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Writing the Perfect Startup Job Cover Letter

So you’ve found your dream startup job ad (obviously on Work in Startups, since we’ve got the biggest selection of UK startup jobs!)
Your CV is all set and you’re ready to apply. But there’s the option to add a cover letter – what the hell do you do?

Weekly Brief: Awkward Turtle! Some Inconvenient Truths…

In anticipation of International Women’s Day we’ve been championing women at Work in Startups. But there remains an inconvenient truth that we aren’t, as a collective, doing enough to get more women into tech jobs. It is fundamentally very awkward – a sentiment that also resonates (albeit to different degrees) when you hear about misleading claims of “AI” within startups, or of reports that our tech and smart phone addiction is becoming a huge contributor to global warming. Have a flick through our round-up of inconvenient truths!

Weekly Brief: The minotaur, the myth, the legend

(Weekly Brief) Our weekly roundup of interesting startup news and the hottest jobs on Work in Startups – as circulated in our newsletter. This week: even more startup parlance for you – Dragons, Unicorns, Zebras and now Minotaurs. Have the animal names gone too far? Animals were a big feature of wider tech news with interesting developments with smart bees, lab-cultured meet and pig mapping! Read on.

Getting the most out of your Work In Startups ad!

Great, so you’ve posted your latest job ad(s) on the Work In Startups platform and are all set. Surely there’s nothing more you can do before the startup applicants come streaming in, right? Wrong! Here are three immediate (and free!) things you can do to help increase your job’s candidate exposure. Whether you’re hiring for […]

Weekly Brief: Two heads are… worse than one?

(Weekly Brief) Our weekly roundup of interesting startup news and the hottest jobs on Work in Startups – as circulated in our newsletter. This week: A brief look at tricky moral choices and how AI interprets them, some top tips from Warren Buffet and the science behind the ideal size of team. Ready to be briefed in brief?

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