You’re Young: Should You Work at a Startup or an Established Company?
Zak Slayback
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I’ll give you another scenario Work at an established firm for a year or two before going out on your own to get a solid handle on issues such as processes, workflow, and prioritization. That knowledge bank is handy to have to fall back on when you’re blueprinting your new venture.

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