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Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on FlexJobs.com.
When you think of startups, you may picture teams of people pulling all-nighters in a shared office space. The hours required to get emerging tech firms and other startups off the ground might also seem like the antithesis of flexibility.
But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t opportunities to find flexible jobs with startups — particularly today.
“Startups once thrived on the open-office, all-hands-on-deck hustle culture,” said Taylor Palmer, owner of Roam Away From Home, who left the traditional in-office corporate world to become a digital nomad.
“The pandemic changed that. While the camaraderie among startup employees is necessary, the in-office approach is starting to fade.”
“Given that startups are known for being innovative and unpredictable, they’re often amenable to flexible working practices, such as four-day workweeks, flexible office hours, and remote working practices,” adds Aaron Gray, cofounder of the link-building and SEO platform NO-BS Marketplace.
Here are some of the best ways to track down flexible jobs with startups.
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