You can do better. You deserve better.
A recent study by my company HireArt, a Y-Combinator-backed recruiting business, showed that startup employees often get fired or quit because they are not a good fit for the company. Part of the reason why that is the case is that working for a startup can be a bit different than working for larger companies.
Here are five things people should know before trying to work for a startup:
1. Working for a startup means having ownership over your work and doing something that you really believe in, but it also means doing whatever is needed of you.
Be aware that working at a startup also involves “grunt work,” well below what you might do at a larger corporation. Expect to do whatever is needed of you. Sometimes this will mean building a revolutionary feature to your product and sometimes it’ll mean making phone calls, signing for deliveries, or other tasks you may think are outside of your job description.
Read more at Venture Beat.