What is a “progressive data” job?
Loosely defined as a job where the majority of the role, department, or organization is focused on data or analytics work in the progressive space. This work may include anything from data science and software engineering to sales and staff management.
The label “progressive” encompasses a wide variety of groups and individuals that are trying to promote progressive ideas, values, laws, or candidates. Such groups are sometimes, but not always, aligned with the Democratic Party. Examples of progressive organizations include issue advocacy and civic engagement organizations, candidate campaigns, party committees, labor unions, and consulting firms. For more on this topic, check out this overview in our guide for job-seekers!
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Generally, no. While these organizations may contribute to social good, we are focused on jobs working broadly in progressive politics. We look at jobs on a case-by-case basis and evaluate organizations based on whether a majority of their work is oriented towards progressive causes. If you think we’ve misunderstood your organization’s work, please get in touch!
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