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5 ways to rock any startup job fair

Are you going to the NYC Startup Job Fair on Friday? If so, awesome! I’ll be there and maybe we can catch up (you won’t have any problem finding me – trust me on this one). But since I won’t have a chance to talk to you before then, I want to give you 5 tips to make […]

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 3/31/14

Grand Central Tech Accelerator  is accepting applications for its first class until May 1.  GCT is housed in Facebook’s former NY HQ (43rd and Mad), and gives participants a year of free office space, free interns and access to great mentors — without taking any equity. The NYC Startup Job Fair aims to connect talented job […]

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Your startup job hunt depends on one thing

Some people think the key to breaking into a startup is getting a big break – like getting that first interview with a top startup, or getting a solid intro to a hiring manager at a startup. Let me tell you something. It’s not. The most important thing – the key to your job hunt – is […]

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 2/10/14

Bill Gurley reflects on the nature of market bubbles on his blog. Charles Birnbaum of Bessemer Venture Partners writes for VentureBeat about the four questions you should ask before joining a startup. H.Bloom, a flower and plant delivery service, is hiring for two positions — “one will focus on identifying and managing florists across the […]

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 2/3/14

A collection of startups that were made in and reside in NY, many of which are actively hiring, collected by the New York Tech Meetup. Sam DB from the Chartbeat blog overviews 3 critical steps for landing a job at a startup, with no prior connections required. A product analyst position is open at Foursquare, […]

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Startup Career Advice for 1/29/14

John Greathouse interviews startup legend Steve Blank regarding his most daring guerrilla marketing tactics. Charlie O’Donnel writes about what he finds wrong about a lot of startup career advice. An article of my own regarding what you can start in your own time that will help you get hired at a startup.

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice Links for 1/6/14

Hunter Walk advises against starting a job search without asking yourself the question, “What am I optimizing for?” Brad Feld thinks management by objectives (MBOs) is not all it’s cracked up to be. Phreesia is looking for a talented and highly motivated product manager with a strong technical background and good communication skills.

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