Stemming from the Christopher movement, begun in 1945 to combat modern moral decay and the weakening of religious incentive in daily living, this makes a point of showing how Christopher motivation can be applied to jobs to add to their importance. It discusses the Christopher approach, the zealous, active use of religion, the aims for peace and understanding, and it gives a general idea of how this influence can be put to work. There follows job-getting, letter applications, and the possibilities of positions in Washington and the government, in atomic energy, education, social service and in the secretarial field. Each section is followed by a list of additional reading. An inspirational book in the employment field, this is not necessarily for the Catholic market but which should be of interest to all those concerned with the revitalizing of religion.