• 2 career-limiting policies anyone who wants to get a job in venture capital should be on the lookout for, according to a Gen Z who earns $210,000 at a West Coast fund

    4 days ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement A Gen Z associate at a large west coast venture capital firm started out making $110,000 a year, with a $100,000 bonus. In her two years at the firm, she told Insider her salary and bonus have increased by roughly ten percent.
    Although she landed a coveted job at an over $1 billion fund, the associate said there are things she wished she knew before taking the job.
    For example, associates at her firm don't get "carry" in deals they bring to partners. Carry, short for carried interest, is the percentage of total profit that a venture fund collects from a successful...
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  • 3 in 4 independent restaurants are still struggling to find staff, even as the hospitality industry adds hundreds of thousands of jobs, according to a poll

    3 in 4 independent restaurants are still struggling to find staff, even as the hospitality industry adds hundreds of thousands of jobs, according to a poll

    4 days ago - By Business Insider

    Summary List Placement The leisure hospitality industry appears to be on its way to recovery after adding 343,000 people payrolls in June , making up 40% of total US job gains - but independent restaurants say they still can't get enough staff.
    Seventy-four percent of independent restaurant owners say it's harder to find employees than it was pre-pandemic, according to a survey conducted by small-business network Alignable in the first half of July.
    As a result, restaurants top the list of small business sectors that are still in the midst of the labor shortage, according to Alignable.
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