Resources for startup joiners.
Find startups that are still hiring during the COVID-19 crisis.
Curated lists with companies still hiring.
Don't forget to follow us on Twitter to see jobs we post!
Yup, you read that right.
If you know, you know. If you don't, pay attention!
You can reach many people in the tech world over Twitter. Think about it. If you're a CEO of a startup your email is never-ending, LinkedIn is spam, and you only have 500-2K followers on Twitter. What channel do you think is easiest to get their attention? Where do you think they might share that job they desperately want to fill? Yep. Twitter.
Don't believe us? You don't have to...
My estimated response rate when a person reaches out to "hop on a call" to learn about a job BEFORE they apply for a job by platform:— Austin Rief (@austin_rief) March 2, 2020
My favorite Series A company ever (yes, ever) is making its first business hire.— Eric Stromberg (@ericstromberg) April 15, 2020
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Email me if interested.
Search and filter companies by many criteria.
Good for those that know what they're looking for and/or have criteria to be met.
See what others rank as the hottest startups.
Good for those that are just starting out or want a quick search.
Get referred to a specific startup.
Good for those that want a warm intro and have qualifications to match.
Venture Capital Portfolios
Picking a startup is hard. Venture capitalists do it for a living.
Good for those that want another validation point.
Hi, I'm Dom.
I built Joyner after my own startup job hunt.
Job hunting in the startup world brings about many questions... Where do I start? What companies should I evaluate? Are there any resources to help? How do I get referred? How do I judge if a startup is legit?
Why repeat the same steps many have done before? Hence, Joyner. Through my hunt I found many resources scattered across the web, which I've aggregated here.
Hopefully this helps you find the company and role you're looking for. Good luck!
Joiner + Joy = Joyner
Joiner is a common term used to describe those interested in joining a startup.
Joy is the emotion you feel when you find a team to spend years building together.
(also, Joiner domain name was taken 😜)
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