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Inclusv Builds Guide for Recently Unemployed Campaign Staffers

When almost two dozen candidates entered the race to become the Democratic Party’s 2020 nominee, it became inevitable that dozens, if not hundreds of campaign staffers would go through the heart wrenching process of unexpectedly losing their job when their candidate decided to end their campaign.

We know how difficult it can be to suddenly find yourself unemployed–You may find yourself needing to update your resume and begin your job search while simultaneously figuring out how to pay your bills and make ends meet. Unemployment is something that can never be made easy, but there are some best practices you can follow to increase your chances of quickly finding another position while also using all of the resources that may be able to help you financially.

Inclusv’s Post Campaign Guide is a comprehensive list of tips and best practices on how to revise your resume, prepare for interviews, search for jobs, and navigate the unemployment process. With this Guide we tried to answer all of the questions that we had the first time we found ourselves looking for a job after a campaign ended.

Take a minute to explore the Guide and remember to share it with any friends or colleagues who are on campaigns that may be coming to an end.

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