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Is there such a thing as startup job security? Many startups have unproven business models and limited runway to figure it out, leaving job candidates wondering whether joining early stage companies amount to career suicide.
In an era where there are more qualified people than open positions, reference checking has become an inevitable process to help growing companies sort prospective hires into reject and accept piles.
Many startup ideas are born out of founder intuition. Perhaps the founders are solving a problem that they’ve experienced themselves. Or they’ve been in a certain industry long enough to know where the opportunities are.
As you start gathering feedback, advice and suggestions pile up almost as quickly. Its hard to know which inputs to take into consideration and what to leave behind.
What makes this trend really interesting is that it has no agreed-upon name, no clear leader, no best-selling book or much-hyped conference. It is practiced in a few different ways, but has a recognizable core that is proving, for about 45 of the top businesses in the United States, to be the Holy Grail of product development.