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Ask YC: What's a typical stock compensation for joining a series A, 6 months old startup?23 points by abstractwater 2238 days ago commentsI have a job offer from an early stage (6 months old), series A funded startup, consisting of cash and around 0.35% equity (common stock options). The stocks can go up to 0.5% max, with less cash. Some health coverage, no 401K, nothing else actually.This is pretty typical of my experience. I was offered 0.1% at my first startup (angel funded, about 4 months old, I was straight out of high school, think I was employee 13 but the first 6 or so employees were from an earlier bootstrapped incarnation of the company and were no longer there). 0.022% at a startup I interviewed with just out of college (series A coming Nike Hoodie Camo

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up on a series B, about a year and a half old, employee 22). You should be getting roughly market rate compensation at a funded startup though; that's why they have funding. If you go in expecting a job where you'll learn things and hopefully build something cool, then any massive payday is just gravy. If you go in expecting a massive payday, you'll probably be disappointed. abstractwater 2238 days ago linkThank you very much for your remarks. It looks like I am in a typical ballpark as far as the equity compensation goes, maybe slightly above average. And I am definitively planning to continue to work after this. About that, I am still trying to decide the right balance. Financially, you're almost always better off taking more cash and less stock. You work harder, which means that you get to work on more interesting things, which opens up more doors in the future. If I were to take a job now (and I'm looking : )), I'd probably go for more equity and a lower salary as long as it's adequate to cover basic living costs, if only because there're only so many material comforts that one needs. davidw 2238 days ago linkIn the average startup, things do not go wellAt one point, I had something like 10K Linuxcare options, when VA Linux and Redhat had recently had huge IPO's and were trading well north of $100. I was paid well and got a lot of other things out of the experience. How much does the company have to sell for you to see a windfall which is more than 1x your annual salary? a LOT. You take on most of the risk of a founder yet have nowhere near the reward. And the hours are often founder like as well, since the company often has no clue what it's doing and so you just keep doing everything until something works or you run out of money. Many people underestimate both the chances of success once traction's been achieved (high, even if you're not yet profitable) and the potential market size. And you don't have to put up with the uncertainty and risk that the founders did. Directors might get between 0.5% to 1.0%. Manager levels half that with technical and marketing people higher in the range, product in the middle Nike Mens Jackets

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and everyone else lower. More for earlier in the product lifecycle (pre prototype, pre funding, pre launch, etc.). abstractwater 2238 days ago linkI should have said this in my post. I'm going to join as a Sr. software engineer. I have around 8 years of experience and a MSEE. if you're not a ridiculously important, irreplaceable employee, don't expect more than 1%. pjackson 2238 days ago linkIt's fairly typical, but I'm used to seeing at least a 401K with no match. .15% probably won't justify it. abstractwater 2238 days ago linkThere's a planned salary increase up to market rate in 8 months from now (if things go well of course). That's also why I am considering more stocks now. If I start with a market rate salary now, I won't be getting any pay increase later. pjackson 2238 days Nike Hoodie Nba ago linkAh. In that case, buy them up. I've seen planned increases to market rate go awry, but if you're comfortable that it'll be delivered, it can't hurt to forgo 8 months for another .15%. bluelu 2238 days ago linkIf your account is an anonymous account, can you disclose how much cash you were offered? Or an approximate amount. It makes it Nike Tracksuit Junior Boys

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