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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on February 14, 2013. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on February 14, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|IT Application Architect||Jacksonville, FL|
|Research Analyst||Waltham, MA|
|Business Data Analyst - Health Plan Solutions||Iowa|
|Data Analyst II (SAS Programmer)||Jordan, UT|
|Business Analyst Healthcare||Boston, MA|
|Meditech Financial Analyst||New York, NY|
|Business Data Analyst||Edison, NJ|
|Health Care Data Analyst||Hanover, NH|
|Business Analyst - Multiple Locations||Maryland Heights, MO|
|Outpatient Rev Coordinator- FT Regional||Phoenix, AZ|
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Job searching and looking for love can be similarly painful. There’s the fear of rejection, the lack of useful feedback, and the constant pressure to make something happen from family and friends. While there’s no holiday that makes being unemployed feel like being alone on Valentine’s Day, there are plenty of day to day reminders that you need to get a job (hopefully these e-mails are a positive reminder). I think that one of the reasons that people struggle to find both love and jobs is that they try to do it alone. What if you had a few friends to help you along the way? That’s what Grouper is proposing. They’re a New York, NY based dating startup/social club “that sets up drinks between 2 groups of friends.” They don’t even use the word “dating” on their homepage, and I think that’s a brilliant branding decision–it’s all about meeting new people. I’m especially fond of Grouper because they’re running with the fish theme.
The way Grouper works is pretty simple. You have to “apply for membership” with your Facebook profile. (They use Facebook so that they can find you someone compatible and avoid introducing you to people you already know.) Grouper provides a match and you pick two friends to come along. You pre-pay for the first round of drinks, and Grouper tells you when and where to meet the other group of three. Right now Grouper is available in New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Miami, Philadelphia, Seattle, Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, Washington DC, San Francisco, and Toronto. I’m sure that list will continue to grow as more people see how much fun other Grouper users are having–just look at Grouper’s epic stories, texts, and Groupergrams. The CEO even met his girlfriend on Grouper. Whether you’re looking for love, a career, or both, Grouper is worth checking out. Their Jobs page is beautifully designed, fun, and puts work in quotes. Their current postings include:
Not only do all of these jobs look awesome, but Grouper gives new employees a bottle of Macallan (little known fact: I was in the Macallendar as a child), a membership at a “nice” gym, an Uber car allowance, a Treadmill desk, an unlimited subway pass, and A PUPPY FROM A SHELTER.
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Would you try Grouper?