Finding the Right Fit For Your First Startup Job

There’s a lot to consider when looking for your first startup job. Discover how to find the perfect fit.

Whether you’re looking for your first job or interested in some new scenery, startups offer an exciting possibility to truly get your hands dirty (in a good way, of course). But there’s a huge range of companies out there to choose from. In this post at his blog, Hunter Walk offers advice on choosing your first startup job.

Depending on the stage of the company you choose, you’ll be presented with different responsibilities and possibilities, says Walk. And fair or not, there’s a certain stigma that comes with joining a post-IPO startup. Click through to discover the situation Walk pegs as perfect.
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