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11 Types of Employees You Meet at a Tech Company [Infographic]:

Ever wanted to know what it’s like working at a tech company? Consider this a beginner’s guide to tech employee stereotypes.

A successful tech company needs to draw talented people from all kinds of different fields. Beyond writing the code, apps also need a paintjob and a presence (and somebody to crack the whip).

We’ve put together this little infographic to give you a crash course of the types of people you can expect to meet when working for a tech company:

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Tech company employee stereotypes

If you haven’t had a lot of run-in’s with the startup crowd, take this with a (tiny) grain of salt. If you are a tech company employee, you’re probably sitting there, nodding and going “yup, yes.”

By the way, if this looks like the sort of gang you would enjoy rubbing shoulders with, you’re in luck – Toggl’s got a few spare seats. Also, we hire globally, meaning you can work from anywhere in the world!

Head on over to our jobs page, pick a profession you think you could do and take the test. It’s as simple as that.

NB: Toggl is a great time tracking tool for web and software development teams.

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By On April 15, 2015

  1. I agree with all of these, except the front end developer part. I am kind of one, and I think we are actual developers (Although I do like both classic rock and gangsta rap, I don’t wear dumb T-shirts)

  2. I love this, but where are the marketing folks, especially the writers? My ability to wield an em-dash is unequaled.

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  4. Haha, being an in-house designer i can validate that sterotype… and the way it’s been portrayed lol xD

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  6. A bunch of guys with a woman chained in the basement?

    This is disappointing and slightly creepy.

    Formerly contented Trello user (and female dev)