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[Discussion] I am being recruited by an early-stage startup; Is there a dark side I should be worried about?

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I am excited by the founder’s disruptive vision, but are there disadvantages? Should I just join a big-name corp instead?

I have a friend who is fresh out of college, and he is being wooed by an early-stage startup founder, but also has a job offer with a multinational corp.

Help our friend make the right decision with your opinion, advice and suggestions at the comments below.

Also read: [Discussion] What is one piece of advice you would tell a 19-year-old university student who wants to drop out and start a company?

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