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