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15 Startups With The Highest Paying Jobs of September

Thousands of jobs were posted to AngelList in September of 2019. To make sure you didn't miss any high paying roles, we broke down the startups posting the highest paying jobs in September, and listed them (in no particular order) below. These jobs vary across cities (even remote) and across specialties. If you're looking to upgrade your pay, read on.

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15 Fast-Growing Startups To Join After FAANG

In terms of total compensation, FAANG-sized (Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Google) companies are among the best in the world. If you want job security and the highest possible salary, there's nowhere better than a Big-N tech company. <br /><br /> However, thousands of people leave FAANG companies for startups every year, for a variety of reasons. Often, they leave because they want: <br /><br /> - A role where they can have a bigger impact on the company. - A chance to work with a new, cutting edge technology. - To be an early employee (and equity owner) at the next tech giant. <br /><br /> To get a better understanding of why people leave FAANG companies—and what they're looking for in their next roles—we collaborated with [Blind](https://www.teamblind.com/signup?utm_source=partnership&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=angelist&utm_content=top15faang), a trusted online community where 2.8M+ verified professionals anonymously share advice, provide honest feedback, and discover relevant career information. <br /><br /> After comparing Blind data with AngelList's startup data, we noticed an interesting trend around people who leave FAANG companies for startups: They tend to join the same companies. <br /><br /> In fact, we've found that there is a small subset of startups, spanning all stages of fundraising and sectors of technology, that consistently recruit talent away from the top tech companies. <br /><br /> Below, we've listed the top 15 startups people are leaving FAANG companies for—all of which you can apply to on AngelList today. <br /><br /> To curate this list, we analyzed [Blind's data](https://www.teamblind.com/signup?utm_source=partnership&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=angelist&utm_content=top15faang) on which companies FAANG employees most frequently search for, AngelList's data on which startups hire the most former FAANG employees, and more AngelList data on which startups are growing the fastest.

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22 San Francisco Startups With Generous Vacation Policies

Perks on their own aren't a good reason to join a company—but they're still nice. Having ample time off, for example, can make life significantly less stressful. Vetting a company's perks, however, can be tricky. Oftentimes, these things aren't listed on job postings. To help with this, we built AngelList's new company profiles to include information about companies' perks and culture. For example, here are 22 startups in San Francisco that offer generous vacation time, all of which you can apply to via AngelList today.

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18 Startups In SF That Offer Free Lunch

Perks on their own aren't a good reason to join a company—but they're still nice. Having your company cover your lunch, for example, makes coming to work just that much more enjoyable. Vetting a company's perks, however, can be tricky. Oftentimes, these things aren't listed on job postings. To help with this, we built AngelList's new company profiles to include information about companies' perks and culture. For example, here are 18 startups in San Francisco that offer free employee meals, all of which you can apply to via AngelList today.

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17 Startups In NYC That Will Cover Your Lunch

Perks on their own aren't a good reason to join a company—but they're still nice. Having your company cover your lunch, for example, makes coming to work just that much more enjoyable. Vetting a company's perks, however, can be tricky. Oftentimes, these things aren't listed on job postings. To help with this, we built AngelList's new company profiles to include information about companies' perks and culture. For example, here are 17 startups in New York that offer free employee meals, all of which you can apply to via AngelList today.

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15 San Francisco Startups That Let Employees Work From Home

With sky-high rents and some of the worst traffic in the world (though not as bad as LA or NYC, to be fair), living and commuting in San Francisco has some downsides. For many in the Bay Area, finding a job with a flexible work from home policy is a miracle, allowing them to live further out in more affordable locations, while reducing the number of days they have to battle with the commute. If you're looking for a job in San Francisco with a company that encourages working from home, you're in luck. We've put together this list of San Francisco companies hiring for work-from-home-friendly jobs on AngelList today. Last Updated: September 9th

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15 New York Startups That Let Employees Work From Home

It's not a secret: Commuting in New York sucks. Between the reliably gridlocked traffic and the unreliable subway system, having a job that allows you to work from home can be a game changer. One of the city's dozens of parades adding an hour to your commute? Don't feel like riding the train in 90 degree heat? No problem—stay home and get your work done. Discerning which companies allow employees to work from home, however, can be tricky. Often times, these sorts of cultural perks aren't listed explicitly on job listings. To help with this, AngelList recently rolled out our new, revamped company profiles. These new profiles give companies a chance to show off their culture and perks in a way that makes your job search easier. As an example of how these new profiles can make your job search better, we put together this collection of New York startups hiring on AngelList who list "work from home" among their perks and benefits. You can apply to any of these companies today. Last Updated: September 4th

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20 Startups With Perfect Jobs For Digital Nomads

Traveling the world, working from the beach, staying in low cost of living cities—the digital nomad life is appealing for a lot of reasons. To live this care-free life of international travel, however, you do have one big hurdle to overcome: You have to find a job to support it. To give your digital nomad dreams a boost, we've put together this list of companies hiring for jobs that suit a digital nomad. Whether you like to code, write, or handle operations, there's a job for everyone on this list. Remember, if you can't find the right job for you here, you can also always check out our mega collection of [remote jobs](https://angel.co/job-collections/remote).

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26 Startups Hiring For Freelance Writing Jobs

Making a living as a writer in tech can be tricky. While many gravitate towards in-house roles, typically around content marketing, many people are still attracted to the freedom and flexibility of freelance writing jobs. To help with you job search, we put together this list of startups currently hiring for freelance writing jobs. You can apply to any of these jobs on AngelList today. Last Updated: September 3rd

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25 Startups Hiring For Junior Software Engineer Jobs

Junior software engineering jobs are, according to conventional wisdom, the hardest to land. Junior software engineering jobs, the thinking goes, have the highest level of relative competition, as there are typically a flood of juniors applying for open roles, all of whom lack the work experience to really differentiate themselves According to AngelList data, the average junior engineer applies to [23 companies before getting hired to their first job.](https://angel.co/blog/the-truth-about-finding-your-first-engineering-job) To help you in your search, we compiled this list of 25 companies, all of whom are hiring for junior software engineer roles that you can apply for today.

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30 Startups Willing To Pay Engineers $200,000

One of the more pervasive ideas about startups is that when you join one, you are accepting an extreme pay cut, often in exchange for equity. And while it's true that most startups can't offer comp packages that rival the Google's of the world, it simply isn't true that joining a startup means skimping by on a low salary. To prove this point, we've put together this collection of 30 startups hiring engineers on AngelList whose salary range extends to $200,000. You can apply to any of these companies today—and if you don't see a company you like, you can search for even more jobs in this high salary range via [AngelList's Job Search.](https://angel.co/jobs)

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41 Startups Hiring For Great Second Jobs In Tech

Finding a second job is, by and large, easier than landing your first. As a hire, you're "de-risked" now that you've spent sometime working as an engineer. However, some second jobs are still better than others. In the below collection, we've listed 41 companies that pay over $100,000 a year for roles that require less than 3 years of experience. If you're ready to make a move, start here.

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62 Companies Hiring Engineers Without Work Experience

Finding your first job in tech, according to traditional wisdom, is the hardest. While getting your resume/portfolio in order is important, one of the bigger bottlenecks is simply finding enough companies who hire technical talent with no work experience. To help, we've put together this list of companies hiring for technical roles who accept applicants with no prior work experience. The jobs here include the full breadth of software engineering roles, as well as other technical fields, such as data science. All of these jobs are either in the US or Europe, while some offer remote work. Additionally, while all of these companies hire applicants with no work experience, this does not necessarily mean they have no barriers to entry. Some of these roles (machine learning roles, for example) may have knowledge requirements, while others may require certain credentials, like a CS degree. Check the guidelines for any role before applying. Also note that these listings reflect live data. Companies may alter jobs/update details. We'll do our best to make sure things are up-to-date. Finally, here's some slightly broader job search advice. While there are no doubt many roles that fit you in this collection, you shouldn't feel limited to only applying to jobs in this collection—or to only applying to jobs with "junior" in their title, for that matter. According to AngelList data, the average engineer with 0 years of experience lands their first job in a role "requiring" [more than 1 year of work experience.](https://angel.co/blog/why-you-should-apply-to-engineering-jobs-you-arent-qualified-for) Last Updated: August 26

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14 Startups Hiring For Part-Time Remote Jobs

Part-time remote jobs, for many, have a certain "too good to be true" element to them. Candidates make the assumption that the only part-time remote jobs they'll find are cheap contract gigs (think "marketing" jobs that pay you to plug a product in comment sections), or are just a way for a company to pay under market rates. The reality is, there are plenty of part-time remote jobs that pay well and that are real jobs—not low-paying contracts handed out by a content mill or something similar. Below, you'll find a list of companies who need certain responsibilities taken care of, ranging from engineering to marketing to operations, but do not have the work volume to justify a full-time position. And you can apply to all of them today via AngelList.

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10 Hot "No Code" Startups Hiring Now

Critics like to dismiss "No Code" platforms as being faddish and incapable of producing "real" software, but here's the thing: No Code platforms have been powering the web for decades. To understand the impact of these platforms, think of it this way. Wordpress, one of the oldest coding-optional website management platforms, is also the most ubiquitous CMS on the web, powering over [25% of the world's websites](https://www.forbes.com/sites/montymunford/2016/12/22/how-wordpress-ate-the-internet-in-2016-and-the-world-in-2017/). Pile on the popularity of Shopify, Wix, Squarespace, and others, and you're looking at a massive chunk of the modern internet being run on No Code or low-code platforms. The newer generation of these platforms, think Zapier, Airtable, and Webflow, allow you to take things a step further and actually build full-stack web applications without touching a line of code. When it comes to democratizing the power of software, it's hard to think of an industry making more of an impact. Because of this impact, these companies also are incredibly successful financially. Shopify and Wix are both publicly traded, Squarespace is gearing up for an IPO, Airtable is a unicorn, and Webflow just raised a Series A at a [$350 million dollar valuation.](https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexkonrad/2019/08/07/webflow-went-from-near-bankruptcy-to-72-million-series-a/) If you want to join a startup that is having a massive impact on the world, and also has a reliable path to profitability, consider applying to one of the No Code startups below:

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30 Startups Hiring For Remote Marketing Jobs

Finding a remote marketing job can be a brutal slog. You have to sort through: 1. The "freelance" gigs that pay pennies per hour 2. The "ambassador" jobs that also pay pennies per hour 3. The outright scams that somehow pay *less* than pennies per hour To help you avoid this, we put together this collection of remote marketing jobs. Every company on this list is hiring for a marketing role that is remote, that pays well, and that you can apply to on AngelList today. If you're looking for more remote jobs, check out our mega-collection of [remote jobs](https://angel.co/job-collections/remote) and our more tailored collection of [high paying remote jobs](https://angel.co/job-collections/high-paying-remote-jobs). Last Updated: August 7th

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36 Startups Hiring For Remote Design Jobs

Forging your path as a creative in tech isn't the most straightforward proposition. Whereas engineers, for the most part, have a well-documented standard career progression, designers—particularly graphic designers and illustrators—vary much more in how their career's progress. What one graphic designer needs out of a job to take a step forward in their career is very different from another. With this job collection, we went through AngelList data to find companies hiring for remote design jobs, with an emphasis on finding jobs that satisfy a variety of career needs. We've covered both contract and full-time work, as well as junior and senior positions. Note that all of these roles are focused on pure design work. If you're looking for remote jobs that incorporate some frontend engineering, we recommend checking out our larger [remote jobs](https://angel.co/job-collections/remote) collection. Last Updated: August 5th

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17 Startups With Remote Product Manager Jobs

A product manager's role is roughly as far from an "individual contributor" as you can possibly get. A PM needs to be involved in designing the product, setting the roadmap, managing the team, and coordinating the launch. It is a cross-functional, "wear many hats" role. Many people assume that such managerial roles are less likely to be remote, particularly compared to individual contributor roles, but a quick survey of AngelList data suggests that this isn't necessarily the case. Below, we've broken down 17 startups hiring for remote product manager roles that you can apply for today. For more remote roles, check out our mega-collection of [remote jobs](https://angel.co/job-collections/remote). Last Updated: August 2nd

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18 Startups Hiring For High Paying Remote Jobs

For many, remote work is the ideal. No commute, no office life, and the freedom to travel while you work. For all of that upside, many are willing to accept a lower salary than they would receive if they worked in an office in a major tech hub. This tradeoff, however, isn't completely necessary. There are plenty of companies who pay high salaries for remote positions—you just have to find them. To help, we've put together a collection of 18 startups with high paying remote jobs (for the purposes of this collection, a high paying remote job is one that pays over $100,000) on AngelList today. To see more remote positions, check out our mega-collection of [remote jobs](https://angel.co/job-collections/remote) on AngelList. Last Updated: July 31

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33 Startups Hiring For Jobs In Brooklyn

For the better part of the last decade, New York has been the central hub for East Coast startups. And while Manhattan's so-called "Silicon Alley" is probably the most famous area for startups, Brooklyn—which would be the 4th largest city in America if independent—is home to a lot of exciting companies. According to AngelList data, we've seen over 1,600 startups in the neighborhood over the last years. If you want a job at a startup in Brooklyn, read on. We've broken down some of the best startups hiring for jobs in Brooklyn, all of which you can apply to today. Last Updated: July 26

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