TechCrunch is THE blog when it comes to learning about web startups. Right now they have two or three openings that are perfect for entry level job seekers.

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If you’ve been paying attention to what we’ve preaching here every day, you know that we think that in-depth employer research is the key to finding and landing great jobs. You also may have noticed that we routinely feature tech startups, and when we do, we usually encourage you to check out what TechCrunch has to say about them. TechCrunch is the blog when it comes to news and information about Internet products and companies. They’ve been around since 2005, and they’ve rapidly built themselves to be one of the top 3 blogs in the world according to Technorati. They also happen to have an RSS subscriber base of close to 1.3 million. That is an insane number. Despite all their success, or maybe because of it, TechCrunch has continued to break news stories and deliver quality content. They’re not resting on their laurels.

Do Your Crunches

TechCrunch has a number of businesses (or sites) that they’ve built out to add to their blog about startups. There’s CrunchGear – a blog about gadgets, MobileCrunch – a blog about mobile devices, TechCrunchIT – a blog about enterprise IT, and CrunchBase – a “free database of technology companies, people, and investors that anyone can edit” (check out One Day, One Job’s CrunchBase profile). There are a number of other projects that TechCrunch has going on, but we’ve mentioned the main ones. TechCrunch has a relatively small team to manage all of these sites, but they do occasionally add to the ranks. They typically hire people for specific sites instead of pulling them under the general TechCrunch umbrella.

Right now they have two (maybe three) openings that are perfect for entry level job seekers. They’re currently looking for a CrunchBase Research Analyst and a Full Time Writer. There’s also a “We’re Hiring” link on CrunchBase that links to a post from August in which they say that they’re looking to hire Ruby Developers. That’s 2.5 months old, so there’s a good chance that those positions are already filled. TechCrunch uses their job board, CrunchBoard, to post jobs, so you’ll have to wade through job listings from other companies if you want to keep on the lookout for jobs with TechCrunch. TechCrunch has a huge social media profile, and so does its founder Michael Arrington (like his Twitter account). If you can’t find all of the info that you want to about what it’s going to be like to work for TechCrunch, you’re not trying. The company is located in Atherton, CA, and to apply for jobs with them, you should follow the instructions found in the individual job postings.

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