What are the 1 year and 2 year employee growth rates?

The employee growth rate is how many employees the company has compared to 1 year and 2 years ago. The growth rate is calculated by the increase in employees divided by the number of employees 1 or 2 years ago.

For example. If a company had 100 employees 2 years ago and has 400 employees today then the 2 year growth rate would be 300% (increase of 300 employees/100)

And if the company had 200 employees, 1 year ago and 400 employees today then the 1 year growth rate would be 100% (increase of 200 employees/200).

Why is joining a fast-growing company important?

“If you’re offered a seat on a rocket ship, get on, don’t ask what seat.” -Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook

Joining a fast-growing company is one of the most important career and financial decisions that you can make.

I started Remote Work Hub because job boards don’t make it easy for candidates to filter companies by growth rates. And I wanted to streamline this process for people who are job hunting.

Click here to read our extremely detailed guide on why joining a fast growing company is important and how to evaluate a company’s growth potential.

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