Hired This startup's changing the way we find great jobs.
What If Companies Applied To Hire You?
This startup's changing the way we find great jobs.
Hired flips job hunting on its head.
Instead of machine-gunning your resume into the void, vetted companies compete for you, reaching out with salary and equity up front.
We're operating in a system where finding a good job is a full time job. You've got to search for the right position at the right company and hope that the right timeline works out. And what if you want to casually see what else is out there? Not enough time, not going to happen.
They've created a thoughtful and low-touch process that lets you keep doing your thing while they search for top-tier opportunities. Fill out one application, and they take it from there.
Hired is nothing like those massive job sites. They partner with industry leading companies like Facebook, Uber and Stripe, and candidates get 1:1 coaching to help refine their profile, prepare for interviews and negotiate salaries.
It’s a zero-risk situation: • Completely free for job searchers • Hide your profile from your current employers • Salary/equity up front before any interview • Average 5 offers from 1 application
Whether you're actively searching or casually seeing what's out there, Hired is the easiest (and smartest) way to discover your next great opportunity.
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