What students need to know about working at a startup.

February 20th, 2013 by Rleenaerts

We ran across a great article today from Forbes that informs college students on how to land a great job at a startup.  We have over 14,ooo startup jobs on the site today, so this is useful information!  Enjoy the article then come back to search for your dream job.   http://www.forbes.com/sites/danwoods/2013/02/15/what-students-really-need-to-learn-to-get-a-startup-job/

Rockstar only, or will a solid back-up singer work?

August 31st, 2012 by Rleenaerts

Startups are creating jobs. Lots of jobs. They are also having a hard time filling certain positions. Even in this economy, positions can sit vacant for months at a time, and one reason is because a lot of startups think they should only hire “Rockstar” talent.  This thought process isn’t necessarily the right way to [...]

In the Tampa area? Join us for an Entrepreneur Expo

August 29th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

If you’re in the Tampa area please come join us as we partner to present the RNC Entrepreneur Expo with the NBC, Huffington Post and Microsoft. Open to the public. A showcase of startups and distinguished guests to discuss entrepreneurship and job creation.  

Ready for a challenge?

July 9th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

It’s that time of the decade again – time for our democratic process to elect leaders to help make this country great, and no doubt one serious topic of discussion will be job creation. Today’s announcement however, isn’t about politics. Today’s announcement is about how you can play a small part of your own with [...]

What Can Facebook & HP Teach Us About Working For A Startup?

May 21st, 2012 by Rleenaerts

By: Robyn Leenaerts There was an interesting course of events the end of last week. On Thursday, we heard news that HP was planning to announce the layoff of as many as 30,000 employees in order to protect their stock price and prop up disappointing earnings.  This unfortunate news seemed a bit of a wet [...]

Who’s creating jobs? Startups can show you!

March 28th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

StartUpHire, with support from the National Venture Capital Association, is releasing a new infographic today depicting 2011 hiring data for startups.  What’s the biggest take away? While most of the country is still sluggish on job creation, startups face the opposite problem- a glut of open technical jobs. 36 percent of all open jobs at [...]

Austin, No Limits!

March 14th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

Had so much fun at SXSW Interactive that you’re having a hard time leaving Austin, Tx? Then why not stay and check out some of the hottest startup jobs in the country. As a born & bred Texas girl with burnt orange in her veins, I have too many reasons to list here why I [...]

Engineering Salaries at Startups on the Rise

February 13th, 2012 by admin

According to an article at Pando Daily, salaries for engineers in Silicon Valley are on the rise.  Farhad Manjoo credits Facebook with breaking the ice on the no-poaching agreements which have historically been in place between the largest tech firms in the valley.  While a salary in the $100k-$150k range sounds quite high, when put [...]

Fastest Growing Startups of 2010

August 11th, 2010 by StartUpHire blog

Because of where we sit as a job board for startup companies, we get a pretty good idea of one thing–how much these companies are hiring. In an economic climate like the one we’re in now, to be hiring is a pretty rare thing–and a great indicator of growth. When we announced our last set [...]


November 16th, 2009 by admin

Contact: Channa Brooks, Tenor Communications for NVCA, channa@tenorcom.com, 302-368-2345 Robin Bectel, New Venture Communications for StartUpHire, rbectel@newventurecom.com, 571-312-1448 NEARLY 11,000 JOBS AVAILABLE AT VENTURE-BACKED START-UPS NVCA and StartUpHire Celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week with “Help Wanted” Initiative November 16, 2009, Arlington, VA — Thousands of America’s venture capital-backed start-up companies are bucking the job-cutting trend and [...]