Millennials may be known as the "jobless generation," but services like The Muse are emerging in order to showcase a range of jobs for Millennials.
The Muse's approach to sharing employment is designed to speak to this generation in a way that they understand most. In this case it's a highly visual and social language that tells the stories of how to get connected to big companies like Uber, Facebook, HBO and Gap. Since aesthetically pleasing design is important for The Muse's ability to appeal to a visual generation, it sends out professional photographers and videographers to capture pictures of each work environment that is listed on the site.
What really sets The Muse apart from the rest is the fact that it was created and run by women Kathryn Minshew and Alex Cavoulacos, and backed by three female venture capitalists.
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