It’s no surprise that startups and tech companies are the forerunners in job creation, and Silicon Valley startups are leading the pack. Silicon Valley startups create 11-percent more jobs than NYC startups and 38-percent more jobs than London startups. There is endless potential for innovation at startups in the valley, and these companies are looking for the best employees to bring their ideas to fruition. But, as fast as jobs are created, they can also be terminated in this extremely competitive industry. Startups have a high-risk profile and the potential to crash quickly as much as a high potential to be wildly successful, and I have been fortunate enough to have several successful companies under my belt, ClickAgents and BlueLithium, and am growing a fourth thriving company,
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