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From Medium:

One of the basic tenets of venture capitalism is growth — fast growth. Most young tech companies are expanding so rapidly that they have no formal hiring processes or HR oversight to ensure even a modicum of diversity. Founders are worried about making a great external-facing product first, and don’t have any energy to improve the internal dynamics of their fledgling company. And so those founders — who are likely to be young and male — hire their friends, who are likely to resemble them, and people with whom they know they can work long, stressful hours.

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