How to tell if a startup needs you

Looking for a quick way to see if a startup might need someone like you for their team? The table below shows you the kinds of jobs that are likely to be available at a startup based on the startup’s funding status. Use it as a first filter in your startup job search so that you’re not burning a lot of time […]

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This startup raised a ton of money so it must be doing well

#134027445 / gettyimages.com One of the biggest misconceptions that folks new to the startup world have is that companies that have raised a ton of money are crushing it. There are plenty of examples of “lots of money raised” flops abound in the venture/startup world. For instance: Color ($41MM raised – sold to Apple for probably pennies on […]

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 11/10/14

Satya Patel writes about what makes a great project manager on his blog. Sabrina Bruning posted 15 great community manager job openings on CMX.

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Startup Career Advice for 10/27/14

Zapier Learning Center has a free introductory course on APIs, which allow companies to link their app systems together. Jason Freedman writes for 42Floors about wanting to get into startups, but not knowing where to start.

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Startup Jobs for 10/22/14

SoundCloud, a leading online audio platform, is hiring a Product Manager for Connected Devices in New York. Intent Media is hiring an Associate Partnerships Manager and a Director of Strategy in New York.

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Startup Jobs for 10/20/14

TheLadders, a job-matching service and employment website, is hiring a Product Manager in New York. Fiverr, the marketplace built around five-dollar gigs, is hiring a Local City Manager in New York.

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Build iOS apps on a budget without learning to code

One month. $5,000. And no coding skills! Would you believe that’s all it takes to go from idea to an iOS MVP? My friend Angus McLeod at Knotable has used the process below to build his own iOS MVP and has seen other non-engineers use it to build their own, too.  What I love about this process is that […]

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