"I went to work for a startup where the job I took was never posted," John Gannon writes at the Daily Muse. "I interviewed with the CEO of one of the most successful open source software startups—for a job that didn’t technically exist yet."
How does such surreptitious serendipity happen?
Because there’s a “hidden startup job market.”
A majority of all jobs never hit the street. So keeping up your networking is critical even if you are in a great situation.