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My latest book: Finding Startup Jobs

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Everything you need to know about finding a startup job you'll love.

For the last 6 years(wow, has it been that long?) I’ve been helping people land venture capital jobs and startup jobs through the VC Careers community, Road to a Venture Capital Career, and startupcareeradvice.com.

And now I’ve made available another resource to help you build a great startup career – my new book, Finding Startup Jobs.

Here’s what people are saying about the book and how it can help you realize your dreams of finding a startup job you’ll love…

The coolest startup jobs aren’t advertised. In Finding Startup Jobs John Gannon gives you the passwords you need to crack into them.
Amol Sarva, Co-founder Virgin Mobile USA and Founder of Knotable

The rules of the job search have changed dramatically in the last 10 years, and this is even more true for startups. John Gannon is a true expert on what it takes now to get noticed and hired by a high-growth company, and Finding Startup Jobs is a must-read for anyone who wants to land a startup job.

Adrian Granzella Larssen, Editor-in-Chief of The Muse

Finding Startup Jobs is the definitive resource for anyone looking to begin building an exciting career in high-growth startup companies. It breaks down your startup job search end to end: all the way from building one’s network in the startup community to actually negotiating your final offer. It’s hard to imagine any resource that would be more complete and more informed than Finding Startup Jobs.
Rob Go, Founding Partner, NextView Ventures

Becoming a cherished employee for a high-growth company can fundamentally change your career and life. Anyone considering joining this world should pick up Finding Startup Jobs immediately.
Aaron O’Hearn, Co-Founder of Startup Institute

You can buy or preview (for free) the ebook on the Amazon Kindle Store or via Smashwords.

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Written by John Gannon

April 17, 2015 at 9:03 am

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