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Would depend on the circumstances. With additional
details, such as "we're a 15-person startup," or "pay
sucks, but includes founder's shares," I might give it
some more thought if my situation permitted me the
luxury of living with the working conditions. But most
startups I've had experience with don't bring in people
with Monster.com postings. Your phone rings and the
person calling is someone you worked with a company
or two back who is already inside and thought of you
when they decided that "we need a .... anybody know
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A good question for the masses: Would you take that "Admin/Tech
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