We’re hiring a

Sex Hormones Tester

Track your sex hormones for science — and get paid.

Hey you, science is calling your name. We want to learn more about sex hormones to [finally] close an educational gap in reproductive health: do hormones affect mood, self-confidence, and drive in women and people with ovaries? Let’s find out. 

Note: We are collecting applications until the middle of October. We will select the best candidate by the end of October.

Let’s shed light on women’s reproductive health knowledge

Your responsibilities

  • Track your hormones daily with our lab-grade hormone mini-lab from home.
  • Share your well-being updates by vlogging about your testing and how you’re feeling.
  • You will record videos daily for 31 days and post your updates to Mira’s social media channels.

The outcome

  • Get $5K at the end of the study in exchange for your experience with Mira and data.
  • Our scientists will support you every step of the way.

Disclaimer: This is a project-based job. The work period will last 31 days.

Who we are

We’re a femtech company looking to revolutionize how women and people with ovaries monitor their fertility.

What is the Mira Hormone Monitor?

The Mira Fertility Hormone Monitor was designed to track your most important sex hormones and translate the data for you—so you can make confident life decisions. You will be monitoring your hormones with this tool throughout the study.

More about us

Mira is America’s fastest-growing fem-tech company, according to Inc5000 in 2023. With over 70K customers who trust us with one of their most important life assets (their health), we are considered pioneers in hormone monitoring.

How to apply:

Step 1: Send in your application

Let us know more about you and why you’re interested in participating.

Step 2: Our team will get in touch with you

You will be asked to pass two rounds of interviews. If you’re the right fit, our science team will connect with you!

Step 3: Get hired, earn $5K

Earn $5K at the end of the study and make a difference in reproductive health.

Hormone health tracking needs more attention

Hormone testing is essential to health tracking—but we don’t know much about it. We want to help women and people with ovaries learn more about themselves.

Women’s sex hormones get a bad rep — let’s change that

Understanding your hormones can help you improve your lifestyle, help you make confident family decisions, learn more about your body’s signals and how it deals with change.