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Startup Career Advice for 7/1/15

Jeffrey Needles writes for Medium about why he left his dream job. The Sales Development Meetup in NYC is hosting ‘A Day in the Life of a Successful SDR’, and event on July 8.  

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Ask these 3 questions before working for free at a startup

  Taking an unpaid job or internship at a startup can be a huge boost to your startup career. Still, it’s not a decision to be made lightly. Putting aside the legal aspects of the discussion for a moment, there are three questions you need to ask yourself before taking an unpaid internship or job at […]

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Giving away 10 job search and career advice books

My company HireNurture is giving 10 job search and career advice books away ($175 value) to a couple of lucky winners. Many of these are top selling or top rated books that I’ve read and personally recommend, including: Getting to Yes (tools to help you with salary and other negotiations) The Guide to Hiring and Being Hired (written by LinkedIn […]

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Startup Career Advice for 6/24/15

Lee Hower of AgileVC writes about “playing startup”. David Jackson, founder and CEO of Seeking Alpha, offers guidance to product managers on his blog.  

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Startup Career Advice for 6/10/15

Sandi MacPherson writes for Quibb about why people make the choice to go from megacorp to startup. Mike Napier writes for HourlyNerd about getting to know your equity while working at a startup.  

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 6/8/15

Ben Horowitz published the commencement speech he gave to Columbia engineering graduates on his blog. Snapchat is hiring a Content Analyst in NYC.  

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Startup Career Advice for 5/13/15

James Cohane, who works on business development and partnerships at Axial, writes about what Business Development really is. Michael A. Affronti, Director of Product at ThinkingPhones, writes about how a product manager should be the most curious person in the room.  

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