If you had an option to stay at Google at 300k or seed startup at 100k what makes more sense?
Is the potential success of startup worth it or is it usually never worth it. Start up is funded by Khosla Ventures, which I know is decently big but being new don't know how prestigious they are.
Ask me more questions for detail, I'm pretty new to this.
A startup is good for many things - you can be much more closely attached to a product, you can operate at a more senior level than your YoE would suggest, and you can dabble in many fields at once, but unless you are joining at the cofounder level they will - even in very optimistic scenarios - not pay.
Others have mentioned dilution which is just scratching the surface - look into liquidation preferences and ratchets. In short, the way VC-funded startups have things structured the VCs will always, always get first, often at multiples exceeding actual valuation appreciation. Even a successful startup frequently pays little to nothing to line employees due to investors absorbing the bulk of any actual gains. Remember, as a line employee you are *last* in line to get paid even when the startup succeeds.