Imagine getting a job at Apple or Amazon or Google or Shopify before everybody knew about them and wanted to get a job there. Those companies were tiny startups before they were huge and famous.
Startups are some of the greatest places to launch your career, but very few people understand exactly what a startup is, or the vast landscape of career opportunities in the startup world.
The Crash Guide To Startup Careers covers it all starting with how to get hired.
Most startups don’t care about degrees or certifications. Most startups don’t want to see your resume.
Startups need people who can get stuff done. People who can take responsibility and take action. You don’t need to know a lot, or have job experience, to work at a startup. You just need:
- the ability to create value for the company
- the ability to prove you can create that value
And, ideally, you share the company’s mission. Someone who isn’t quite there skill-wise, but who is deeply driven by the mission, is far more valuable to a startup than someone who’s highly skilled but not passionate about the problem space.
So, how can you show your stuff to startups? Here’s your answer:
Check out the complete Crash Guide to Startup Careers online here.