Those Entry-Level Startup Jobs? They're Now Mostly Dead Ends in the Boondocks - Backchannel
Francis Tseng

The goal was to get in and move up. As unicorn startups send customer service gigs to the hinterland, is Silicon Valley exporting its prosperity, or just dead-end jobs? In the fall of 2013, ten new employees signed on with Lyft in San Francisco, to work in customer support making $35,000 a year.