Guided by the belief that “life's too short to hate your career,” employees at The Muse care deeply about the work they do every day. The founders of The Muse foster a company culture where employees are encouraged to be transparent, collaborative, and supportive, and are evaluated on their achievements instead of hours worked. As a fast-growing startup, The Muse looks to hire employees who are self-disciplined enough to be given tremendous autonomy and want to be in charge of their own career.
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The Muse is committed to building a diverse team and being an inclusive employer not just on paper, but in practice. To help ensure The Muse is a welcoming environment for all, the company has a Diversity & Inclusion Group—better known as DIG—that meets monthly and provides employees with the opportunity to engage with and learn about diversity and inclusion in an open and accessible way. Our founders and leadership team have also set out public commitments to racial justice, launching a dedicated hub on Anti-Racism at Work and enacting ongoing steps within The Muse to ensure that we are living and reflecting the change we want to see in the world.