Do you read tech blogs like TechCrunch and VentureBeat and silently wish to yourself you could be part of the booming tech scene? Do you have the entrepreneurial spirit burning in your belly and dream of going to work for an up-and-coming startup? If so, it might be time to stop dreaming and start taking advantage of the employment opportunities that are waiting to be discovered. Want to work for a startup? Here’s how.There are plenty of startup jobs going unfilled due to a lack of candidates.
Want to work for a Startup? Check out the following startup job resources to see if you can find your next career opportunity.
StartupJobMe takes the hassle out of applying to startup companies. Simply add your resume once, and StartupJobMe will submit your CV to multiple companies in need of your talents. Whether you are looking for work as a community manager, a software engineer or as a social media networker, StartupJobMe can put your resume in front of companies searching for talent.
StartupJob lets you search for employment at tech companies based upon location. Whether you want to find a firm that allows telecommuting or you want to find employment in the United States or the United Kingdom, you can do so with the assistance of StartupJob.
Blonk offers a mobile app that connects you with tech companies in need of staff. You can swipe through a variety of firms and tap on your touch screen device to notify Blonk you are interested in connecting with a specific company. Blonk makes the connection and allows you to chat directly with a representative (sometimes even the CEO) of the company you would like to work for.
Emjoyment also offers a mobile app to connect individuals with startup companies. Whether you are looking for employment as a sales manager or as an account representative, Emjoyment’s mobile application can help connect you with numerous tech companies that are currently recruiting. Even if you are happy with your current employer, this helpful download can give you a better understanding of the opportunities available within your area of expertise.
If you are interested in working (or moonlighting) at a startup company but don’t want your current employer to find out, the Switch app might be to your liking. This mobile application lets you browse incognito. Discover companies that are hiring and connect with potential employers via an anonymous LinkedIn profile.
As the above-listed resources clearly demonstrate, there are a variety of ways you can connect with startup companies that are currently hiring. Finding your new dream job might be as simple as indicating your interest on your smartphone.
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