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$12,000 signing bonus
a relocation package of up to $10,000 to help move you to the Seattle area (if youâ��re not currently here)
$5,000 shopping spree to outfit your office or home workspace with the technology (hardware, software, accessories, chair/desk/etc.) you need to do your best work
Generous stock options (1 year to first stake, 4 years to full vesting)
21 days annual paid time off
Opportunities to travel and attend/speak at industry events
Paid Internet access for your home
Multiple transportation options (Bus Pass, Flexcar, parking, etc.)
Great benefits (medical, dental, etc.)
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