Would You Rather Be

The next generation careers quiz for schools
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London
✏️ Fair Education
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For-profit
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🔭 Our mission & vision

Helping young people find career happiness

🌍 Our impact & how we measure it

Using AI, we help people ages 14 - 40 understand which career they'd be best suited in based on their skills, qualifications and interests. We then build step by step to-do lists for that person to get into any career they are interested in, from where they personally are. We've had 80,000 users to date, and over 80% have rated us 4 or 5* for our impact.

🙋 About us

We are Would You Rather Be - a tech startup on a mission to help people find career happiness through our AI-powered app.

By answering 10 minutes of quick-fire questions on your job interests, skills, qualifications and experience, our algorithm will calculate the careers you are best suited to and generate hyper-personalised pathways into each one, starting from where you are now.

We believe that everyone deserves to be happy in their career, and we want everyone in the world to use our software to help them find that happiness – so we can all look forward to Monday morning more than Friday afternoon.

We raised a £500k seed round in 2020 and we’re a finalist of Nesta’s CareerTech prize - so we're growing fast! We're currently focusing on the schools market, to help pupils and students get on the right path for them.

🗓 Founded in
💸 Total funding to date:
£650k
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👏 Our company benefits

Coworking membership (for remote companies)
Dog friendly office
Flexible working hours
Flexible working location
Share option scheme
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💁 Being good while doing good

>50% gender diverse team
ESG reporting
Net zero

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