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Help for Booksellers Looking for Work

A good man on a Barnes & Noble employee-only site, was asked to pass the following message from BINC to booksellers who lost their job on Bloody Monday:

B&N Booksellers,

If you were part of the recent layoffs you are eligible to apply for up to 12 months after your job loss. PLEASE NOTE: Your job loss cannot be the qualifying event. If you have experienced a secondary unexpected event such as a serious medical expense, threat of eviction or utility shut-off, death in the family, or more, you may be eligible to apply for financial assistance from the Binc Foundation.
If you think you may qualify, please contact Binc at help@bincfoundation.org or 866.733.9064.

 

Go to BINC for more information. I’ve promoted them before during weather related catastrophes. They are amazing people who assist booksellers in need. Check them out.

If you’re looking for a job in the book field,  I’m really pushing bookjobs.com right now and not because I’m getting paid. No endorsement money is coming my way. This site gives you many job listings in the publishing world, an area you are very familiar with. I understand the helpless feeling of losing your job, wondering if anything is out there.  My heart aches for you. Good luck!

 

 

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Nicolina Torres
Nicolina Torres

Nikki worked for Barnes & Noble for 15 years, in seven stores. She is the author of This Red Fire, Young Nation, and Girls Who Wear Glasses. She prefers to live in the country and is a new aunt to a potential bookworm.

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