San Francisco Companies Hiring From Wealthfront's 2020 Career-Launching Company List
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At AngelList, we collect some of the best lists of jobs and growing tech companies. The list below was curated by Wealthfront as part of their 2020 Career Launching Company List.
To qualify for Wealthfront's 2020 list, a company must be US-based, privately held, have a revenue run rate by year end of between $20 million and $300 million, be on a trajectory to grow at a rate in excess of 50% for at least the next three or four years, and have compelling unit economics. Their list was built by surveying partners of the following 16 premier early and late stage venture capital firms: Accel Partners, Andreessen Horowitz, Benchmark, Coatue, Dragoneer, Greylock Partners, Index Ventures, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Matrix Partners, Redpoint, Ribbit Capital, Social Capital, Spark Capital, TCV, Tiger Global and Unusual Ventures. .
Check out a small selection of the list below: San Francisco based companies hiring on AngelList!
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