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The startup jobs posts you loved the most in 2014

Yep, it’s that time of year. We’re in ‘best of’ season again! So here are the most popular posts from startupcareeradvice.com in 2014 as “voted” by your clicks. Don’t let them forget you – a networking tip from one of the top VC’s in the world These top startups are all hiring people like you – we went nuts […]

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Startup Career Advice for 12/18/14

Blake Harris writes for OpenView about 10 rules for being a VP of Marketing in a startup. Brendon Cassidy writes on LinkedIn about 10 rules for being a VP of Sales in a startup.

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Startup Career Advice for 12/16/14

Breakout List writes about the reasons for joining a breakout company. Steli Efti writes for Close.io about a sales rep onboarding hack.

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 12/8/14

Yours truly writes a letter to his 22 year old self. UserVoice, a software-as-a-service provider of customer support tools, is hiring a Sales Development Representative in San Francisco.

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 12/3/14

Mark Suster, a venture capitalist, writes for Both Sides of the Table about investing in yourself. Q, an all-in-one office maintenance service, is hiring a Special Project Manager in NYC.

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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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