High-tech startups in Silicon Valley are offering exciting career opportunities every day. While getting a startup job offer can be exhilarating and relieving, accepting a startup offer would require careful evaluation of the whole package - compensation, equity, benefits, responsibilities, risks, and long-term pay-off. It is important to understand exactly what a startup offer entails to make the right career move.
This meetup co-hosted by TalentSeer | Robin.ly and Women In Big Data convened leaders in AI and Big Data to share the essential knowledge and valuable experience for assessing startup employment offer. This event is also part of TalentSeer's career coaching series aiming to support diversity and inclusion in AI.
Lorry Tang, Director of Talent Acquisition at TalentSeer, provided a comprehensive introduction of how to evaluate startups and job offer packages. Key topics covered include:
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Experienced leaders in AI and Big Data had a powerful discussion on what can be expected with a startup offer and their own career experience. Panel speakers include:
Key questions being discussed include:
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Women in Big Data is a 14K+ global organization aimed at inspiring, connecting, and championing the success of women in big data. The partnership has a particular commitment towards organizing exclusive events that facilitate career advancement in AI for underrepresented groups. We believe that starting this type of conversations, learning from each other, educating ourselves, and keeping an open mindset will help more women to transition into and grow in AI and Big Data fields and bring more diversity into the tech space. Read the blog by Margaret Laffan to learn more about TalentSeer's initiatives on diversity and inclusion.
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