Many paths, there are. Follow yours, you must.
Join the next Facebook or Google
“ If you choose really well, and you do find that next Facebook or Google, while it's still not yet a unicorn, you can do extremely well. ” — Dustin Moskovitz, co-founder of Facebook
“ If you had joined Facebook a couple of years into its existence, you'd have made $200M. Even if you joined Facebook in 2009 as employee #1000, you'd still have made $20M. ” — Dustin Moskovitz, co-founder of Facebook
Strength in Numbers
Jobsort crawls the websites of the companies. No recruiting agencies, just direct job listings.
You're in Good Company
Jobsort crawls 1,000+ companies; here's a few:
JobSort Query Language (JSQL)
The missing Google search operators. On Jobsort.
-stringnegation operator removes results containing "string".
software engineer remote:ok
remote:okfilter searches for remote jobs.
frontend lang:typescript -lang:php
lang:stringfilter searches for "string" only within the programming languages of results; multiple negative programming language filters can be entered.
python tech:django -tech:linux
tech:stringfilter searches for "string" only within the tech stacks of results; multiple negative tech stack filters can be entered.
c++ -company:"epic games"
company:stringfilter searches for "string" only within the companies' names; multiple negative company filters can be entered.
php hq:california -hq:"san francisco"
hq:stringfilter searches for "string" only within the companies' headquarters; multiple negative headquarters filters can be entered.
stage:stringfilter searches for "string" only within the companies' stages; multiple negative stage filters can be entered.
san francisco size:<100
san francisco size:<100 size:>20
size:>uintfilters limit results to companies that have at most or at least the specified number of employees; max and min size filters can be combined.
amazon date:<30 date:>7
date:>uintfilters limit results to only those published within the specified time interval; max and min days filters can be combined.
sort:datetimeparameter orders the matching results by date in descending order, sorting the newest to the top; to order results by rank, remove the parameter altogether.
sort:trafficparameter orders the matching results by the amount of traffic that the company's website gets. It is a good indicator to see if early stage startups are getting traction and avoid risk.