What you should consider before working for a startup company

03/6/2012 | Brazen Careerist

It can be exiting to work for a startup company, but there are some downsides to be considered, Jemima Lopez writes. For example, your workload might change on a "whim" to deal with various needs of the business. Also, you're likely to be working for young, inexperienced managers who "may have difficulty communicating with staff or show a hesitance to wield authority in situations where decisive action is necessary," she writes.

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