After healthcare workers, Headspace is now extending its free premium subscription to everyone who has lost their job in the US.
Losing your job is always a tough moment. And when the economy is like it is now, it can be difficult to deal with the situation. Headspace, the leading mindfulness app wants to help. The company is making its premium mindfulness and meditation app free for all people who are now unemployed in the US. Yes, all 35 million of them.
The free subscription is available through headspace.com/unemployed and relies on the honor system for verification. You will have to fill out your name, where you previously worked, what was your role, where you live, and what was your last date of employment. And then check a box to confirm that what you are saying is true.
The offer is available through June 30th, and the free access lasts for a year. After that, you will have to pay ($69) to renew for another year or cancel your subscription.
Headspace had already made its premium subscription available for free for US public healthcare workers as well as Los Angeles residents. The company has also provided free exercises for New Yorkers via a dedicated landing page.
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