ZipRecruiter: Our Journey from Kitchen Table to the New York Stock Exchange

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The kitchen table where ZipRecruiter was born

I’m excited to share an important milestone. 

After more than 10 years of hard work, the business my co-founders and I started around a kitchen table is now a publicly traded company (NYSE: ZIP)! 

I am deeply grateful for the dedication and ingenuity of our ZipRecruiter team, and for the trust of millions of job seekers and employers who have relied on us to help them reach key milestones on their own journeys.

Our Mission

At ZipRecruiter, our mission is to actively connect people to their next great opportunity. Great is a very high bar, but the audacity to strive for greatness is what I love about this job and this company. What we do here matters—we are helping job seekers and companies build their futures.

The Idea for ZipRecruiter

Before co-founding ZipRecruiter, I worked for a string

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