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

StartUpHire Infographic

Category: Technology, Venture Capital

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3 Responses to “Where the StartUp Jobs Are”

  1. Jojo says:

    Sure the start-up jobs are here in Sillycon Valley but you generally need to be under 35 YO to be seriously considered. Unless you happen to have a finance background and they are looking for a Controller or CFO. Then gray hair won’t get you automatically excluded.

  2. jaymaster says:


    Just one data point, but the company I work for bought a 3 year old start up in Santa Clara last year. All 8 or 9 of the employees were over 40, and all technical. So you never know….

  3. Lord says:

    Yes. You just have to start one.