The Jubilee Centre for Character and Education has published a new report which draws on data collected from 2,340 entry-level and established professionals from five distinct professions.

The report, Repurposing the Professions: The Role of Professional Character, re-examined the wealth of data collected by previous Jubilee Centre research into the role of character and virtue in pre- and in-service professional practise and sought to make new recommendations which built upon those set out in previous reports, as well as collect new data. 

The research has identified that professionals who placed higher importance on moral and intellectual virtues in combination reported a higher sense of professional purpose than groups that did not value either virtue type or only intellectual virtues.