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SeatGeek - Want to get in early? Check out jobs at SeatGeek. Current postings include Lead Web Developer, Frontend Web Developer, Director of Statistics, and more.
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Geomagic - Geomagic is obviously a very technical company, so it’s no surprise that their Jobs are skewed more towards Engineering and Software Development.
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DivX - If you're going to end up working at DivX, chances are that you know more about video codecs than I do.
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Weebly - Weebly is a San Francisco based startup that helps people build free websites and blogs.
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Orbitz Worldwide - Orbitz Worldwide has about 1,500 employees according to their LinkedIn profile, and their Job listings show that they have quite a few open positions.
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EatingWell Media Group - EatingWell's jobs openings include Drupal Developer and Linux Administrator positions along with Advertising Services Manager and Freelance PHP Developer.
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Flat World Knowledge - Flat World Knowledge is a Nyack, NY based startup that is changing the textbook industry, and they have some exciting career opportunities.
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Fanzter - Right now, Fanzter’s Jobs page only has one position posted: Software Engineer, which is focused mostly on Web Development.
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Brightcove - Looking for something in Software/Web Development, User Experience, Quality Assurance, Marketing, Sales, or Business Development? Check out Brightcove.
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Slide - Slide is very clearly growing, and as I mentioned in the opening of this post, they’re hiring a lot of new grads.
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The Boston Globe - If you take a look at The Boston Globe's job postings, you’ll see that there are few openings; however, a number of those jobs seem perfect for new grads.
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20×200 - Despite their artsy fartsiness, 20×200 is most focused on hiring techies right now—they’re looking for a System Admin and a Web Developer.
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SurveyMonkey - If you've always wanted to work at a web startup, but were wary of the "scene," then SurveyMonkey might be the right place for you.
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Delivery Agent - I’m extremely high on Delivery Agent's new take on product placement, so I strongly recommend that you check out their Jobs page.
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College Prowler - If you’re up for a challenge and want to help make a cool company become significantly profitable, you should check out College Prowler’s Jobs page.
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Care2 - If Care2 sounds like something that you want to be a part of, then you should check out their Jobs page. They have a few job openings right now.
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The Daily Beast - The Daily Beast is a perfect example of how smart startups can create growth in what many people deem to be a dying industry. That's why they're hiring.
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Classified Ventures - Whether you're looking for a car, an apartment, or a home, Classified Ventures is going to do its best to grab your attention and show you some ads.
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ZooLoo - ZooLoo doesn't get specific about which positions are open, but a look at LinkedIn shows potential in Marketing, PR, Social Media, and Software Development.
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TechSmith - TechSmith may appear to be a small software company, but they actually have about 200 employees and are hiring more.
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ideeli - ideeli received $3.8 million in investment back in December of ‘07 and they seem to be doing pretty well. I guess that’s why they have a number of job openings.
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Grooveshark - Gainesville, FL based Grooveshark's current entry level job openings include Web Developer, Java Developer, and Database Engineer.
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Online Computer Library Center - OCLC’s vision is very simple: “The world’s libraries. Connected.” They need entry level grads to help them achieve their vision.
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Rooftop Media - Rooftop Media is a San Francisco based startup that is merging new marketing with comedy. If you'e intrigued by what they do, check out their entry level jobs.
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Oceana - If you love the oceans as much as I do, you might want to consider jobs at Oceana—they have a couple of opportunities that seem suitable for recent grads.
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LightWedge - Obviously I’m impressed by LightWedge, which is why I think you should check out their Jobs page and its 4 current openings suitable for new grads.
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gdgt - Time will tell if the growth continues, but gdgt seems pretty optimistic. They already have a decent sized team, and they’re already looking to add to it.
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Job Alchemist - If you like what you hear, you can check out Job Alchemist’s jobs on—you guessed it—Startuply. They're trying to fix online recruiting, and they need help.
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R/GA - Everything that I’ve come across related to R/GA has impressed me, which is why you absolutely need to check out their entry level job opportunities.
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Slickdeals - Even though Slickdeals is all about being cheap and frugal, they appear to be willing to spend some of their profits on hiring top talent.
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eRealInvestor - New college grads don't have the cash to start investing in real estate, so they have to work their way into the industry another way— like a job with eRealInvestor.
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GOOD - It's hard for me to imagine that GOOD wouldn't be excited to hear from a talented up and comer who wants to be a part of "giving a damn."
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Memeo - There are quite a few opportunities available at Memeo, and a few of them seem suitable for new or recent college grads.
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Rockstar Games - It's amazing how many job openings Rockstar Games has, so whether you're an artist, programmer, or marketer, there's probably something for you.
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The FeedRoom - If you’re excited about the growth in the world of online video and digital asset management, then you might want to consider a job with The FeedRoom.
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Kontera - Considering that Kontera just secured a big round of funding in a down economy, they must be growing at a pretty good rate—and that means more jobs.
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Mochi Media - If you want to work somewhere where getting caught playing games isn’t going to result in your getting fired, then you should check out jobs at Mochi Media
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Deckers Outdoor Corporation - Deckers Outdoor Corporation is behind UGG, Simple, Teva, Tsubo, and Deckers, and they’re hiring new grads in both Goleta, CA and Flagstaff, AZ.
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AirBnB - San Francisco’s AirBnB hopes to be the eBay for space (think spare bedroom) and they're already profitable and looking to hire.
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Girl Scouts of the USA - Whether you are a Girl Scout alum or just someone who has enjoyed the cookies, a career with the Girl Scouts is definitely worth considering.
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Justin.tv - Justin.tv is doing cool things, which is why it’s no big surprise that they’re offering some pretty cool jobs for new and recent grads.
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Topspin - If you have an interest in music, marketing, business, and technology, then you’d be hard pressed to find a better place to work than Topspin.
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Ooyala - If you’re intrigued by Ooyala’s business model, then a job with them might be a perfect fit. You can see everything that they have available on their Jobs page.
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Project SaaSure - As far as I can tell, Project SaaSure consists only of its co-founders Todd McKinnon and Frederic Kerrest. Lucky for you, they're trying to change that.
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Skyhook Wireless - If you think that geo-location is the next big thing, then an entry level job at Skyhook Wireless is a great place to start your career.
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e-Dialog - If you want to learn about e-mail marketing, e-Dialog is a great place to do it. Right now they have 24 job openings in the US, a few of which are entry level.
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HotChalk - HotChalk is an educational startup in Campbell, CA that provides online learning management systems for free and they're targeting more than just teachers.
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Adify - Right now Adify has a bunch of jobs posted, and a couple seem like they might be well suited for new grads.
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Wiggio - Wiggio is a small company with only 3 employees, but right now they have a job posting for a Marketing/Sales Evangelist that looks well suited to new grads.
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JamLegend - If you’re a music loving video game junkie who is fascinated by the social web, then you really couldn’t find a better fit than JamLegend.
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