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Normal Jund lists usually maximize their sources of card advantage by grinding out every little bit. You're on your way to having a fine budget build actually, but it won't be as optimal as normal Jund lists obviously. I would drop the Sylvan Caryatid real quick and add in more removal or hand disruption. Since Caryatid doesn't help you win the game(being a defender and 0/3 that can't kill creatures) it's just in a bad spot.
I would make the decision between either Goblin Dark-Dwellers or Stormbreath Dragon as your high end card and maximize there as well. The dragon is actually I'm a really good spot right now since you can't kill it cleanly with the 1-mana removal that is being played in the format, plus having haste means it's a good top deck late it the game. I would stick 4 in the deck and never look back(while it's a budget list that is). The other spots you can use for yet more interaction. Some cheaper cards I would make a priority to add would be Collective Brutality, Thoughtseize and improving the mana base with a few fetches.
It's off to a good start for a budget deck. I would make sure you're learning the roles of each card and how it adds to the deck and why card X is better once you add the upgrades.
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