Angel List was founded in 2010 as a way to democratize how startups receive funding and hire talent. We picked Angel List as the best site for startup jobs because, not only is it trusted by over 100,000 startups of all sizes (including some big names like Spotify and Slack), Angel List provides an unmatched level of transparency by providing candidates with salary ranges and equity options upfront and allowing job seekers to reach out to CEOs and hiring managers directly. Angel List caters to remote and local job seekers in a variety of tech sectors, such as online publishing, health and beauty apps, and fintech. To apply for roles on Angel List, create a login and complete my profile. My Angel List profile serves as my resume for any jobs I apply to. I can browse open positions by job title, location, and time commitment (full-time, part-time, internship, etc.). For every job I apply to, Angel List will tell me the name and title of the person who will read my submission materials (for small startups, it’s often the CEO of the company). I’ll need to write a short cover letter (1,000 characters maximum) explaining why you’re a good fit for the role. All cover letters must be written in the text box provided by the platform, as Angel List does not allow candidates to upload external files like PDFs or Word documents. Angel List is completely free for job seekers to use and is a fantastic way to start conversations and network with early-stage startup founders.