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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 2/5/14

Kamkord, a game developer, is hiring a Business Development Manager. Seth Godin, founder of Squidoo, writes on his blog about how companies die, how brands wither, and how careers are made. VC Fred Wilson muses that we can stay brilliant even when our work doesn’t.

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Startup Career Advice Links for 12/30/13

Book Review: Alexis Ohanian’s Without Their Permission, a brief and entertaining history of the sites Reddit and Hipmunk (written by Albert Wenger of Union Square Ventures). Alex Turnbull asks if startup life has to be a 24/7 grind, and talks about the possibility for flexibility within the startup workplace. Dave Balter talks about balancing entrepreneurship and marriage, and […]

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3 ways to aspire to startup work life balance

When I was an early stage startup employee I was frequently pulled between the intense, always on demands of our company (which weren’t unique by any stretch) and the intense, always on aspects of being a husband and loving father of two little girls. Lots of folks in the community write about managing startup work […]

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