Working for a Startup offers tremendous professional and personal experience and education. Even if you end up working for a large company, you will bring a different perspective and skills continue to be a huge benefit.
But despite of these major perks, there’s a common misperception that only tech geeks or Silicon Valley insiders are able to land the best positions within these young companies. In fact, the world of startup workers is a lot more varied and diverse than you might expect it to be.
The most likely startup founder, according to the survey, is a 35-to-44-year-old white male who previously served as CEO of the company. Startups are looking to recruit top talents out of which 83% of startups are planning to hire this year. With so many startups hiring, acquiring top programming talent is getting more competitive. The most needed and hardest ones to find are web programming, marketing strategy, graphic designers, online Marketers etc.
Here’s what you need to know about people who work for startups [INFOGRAPHIC]