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The blockchain is becoming the backbone of the web. It’s the enabling technology that makes it possible to do things like digital payments, decentralized markets, digital native financial products, etc.
Assets will finally be more and more digital. But the tech is still immature and there's still a lot to build. We need your help.
This is a unique opportunity for you to learn, work on the cutting edge of tech, and have a big upside.
We're working on a complete guide to giving an extensive and complete answer to that. But in brief, if you want to dramatically increase your chances of landing a good job in the industry:
Start by studying the basics by yourself and build something. If you're an engineer, start by deploying some smart contracts and play around with Web3.js. If you're a designer, design a wallet interface. If you're a marketer, start a blog or a newsletter about your learnings in Web3. You don't want to be the kind of person that's knows nothing and waits to land a job to start learning. It could work sometimes, but it definitively lowers your chances.
Try to apply for a job in the most "organic" way possible. Don't apply via generic job websites. Ideally, you want at least to apply through industry-specific sites like this one. But an even better way is to get to know the founder of the company you want to work for. If you start with a personal relationship, you can sometimes skip the standard application process entirely.
Make it clear that you're not just "looking for a job" and that you're applying to 100 different positions. That's the reason why it's so hard finding a job by coming through generic job websites. You want to make it clear that you really want that specific position at that specific company because it's where you can make a real difference.
The counterintuitive answer to this is: probably sooner than you think.
If you have experience in "Web2", you can be "Web3-ready" in a matter of weeks. The industry is still very young and immature. There's still a lot to figure out!
Crypto is global by design and so are we.
That said, our main focus is the US market. We're based in San Francisco, and most of our users and almost all of our clients are in the US.
You're free to sign-up from anywhere in the world, but please try to always write in English. We don't support other languages yet.
It's 100% free for users. You can apply to as many jobs as you want, receive the newsletter for free, sign-up to the talent board, and receive requests from companies.
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Jobs in Web3 pay, on average, more than traditional tech jobs. In our experience, salaries are typically 10-50% higher.
We're collecting data about this as we understand that it's an important topic for both companies and talents.
Web3 is somewhat at the intersection of tech and finance. And money is in the money.
VCs love Web3: they invested more than $30b in 2021 in Web3 companies. So companies have money to pay more.
It's harder to find Web3-native talents: the talent pool is smaller, the market is still immature, and there's not a "clear" path to break into Web3 yet. It's not something you study in school.
Risk is rewarded. Working on a Web3 startup is riskier than working on a traditional tech company. So it's fair that the salary and upside (stocks, tokens) are higher.
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