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Substack is a startup helping writers get paid for writing. And not only are they a super cool platform—but they'd be a great place to launch your career.
One of the coolest things about working at a startup is that you're helping build the future. This is definitely true for Toggl. Here's why they'd could be an awesome startup to launch your career.
Webflow is empowering people all over the globe to create—and that's a pretty cool mission to get behind. But beyond just being one of the coolest products I've ever used, Webflow is a great startup to launch your career.
Paper is taking the remote learning movement even deeper into uncharted territory by providing live, online tutoring sessions and essay reviews for all K-12 subjects. Here's why we think they'd be a great startup to launch your career!
You know a company’s cool when they can spin a boring topic like workforce training into an interesting, hyped new approach.
If you're looking for a place where you can do relevant work that touches millions of people's lives around the globe, where you can learn fast and grow quickly, Telo is a great place to start.
Notion is a rocketship startup in San Francisco with a unique culture and category-redefining product. It could be an amazing place to launch your career!
A world-class tech bootcamp that takes people from zero coding experience to full-time developers, designers, or data scientists (in six months flat), Lambda is a company that has created something truly exciting to get behind. Here's why it's an awesome