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This 10th anniversary issue brings you an article on the (skill) bias women in tech experience, a vid
March 30 · Issue #10 · View online
The Art of Work
This 10th anniversary issue brings you an article on the (skill) bias women in tech experience, a video on ‘meaningless’ jobs, how music affects your productivity, why an organisation without hierarchy cannot exist and last but not least: a selection of great job openings.

Why is Silicon Valley so awful to women?
Women working in tech experience sexist remarks and skill-bias on a daily basis. The Atlantic talked with women working in Silicon Valley about their experiences. The piece is admittedly pretty long, but as it gives an extensive overview of such an important’s worth the read.
Why the ‘bullshit jobs’ era needs to end
Cut the bullshit: organizations with no hierarchy don’t exist
How music affects your productivity
Homerun customer Space10 came up with the SpaceBox, a ‘welcome box’ for freelancers joining them for short exploratory sprints. Awesome idea, designed with great care and sincere attention to detail.
Good Job; a selection of awesome job openings at Homerun customers
- Bakken & Baeck is looking for a iOS developer in Amsterdam.
- Joolz is looking for a marketing project manager in New York City.
- Peerby is looking for a branding director in Amsterdam.
- Boijmans Van Beuningen is looking for a digital museum education employee in Rotterdam.
- De Correspondent & NYU are looking for a research director in New York City. 
Keep up the good work.
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