Job searching online can be grayish and boring. It’s the total opposite of everything happy—and the antithesis of Instagram browsing. While unemployment is still alarmingly high for recent graduates, it’s shocking a start-up brainiac hasn’t imagined the cure all until now. Say hello to Muse, your new favorite site to find a real job that will please your parentals.

Muse is a career site for millennials with a mission of making searching for your dream job as simple and aspirational as pinning those ridiculously expensive Balmain booties to your wish list board.

Kathryn Minshew and Alex Cavoulaco, the super smart duo who co-founded Muse in 2011, along with an even more impressive female-led group of venture capitalists—including Tyra Banks—recently raised 10 million and now the site is off and soaring fixing the lives of equally frightened and ambitious recent undergraduates looking for work.

As for Banks’ involvement, Minshew tells Fortune she met with the model mogul in 2013 and learned she had a passion for investing in “growing businesses relevant to young people.” Apparently, matriarch of ‘America’s Next Top Model’ only made a handful of startup investments and Muse fit like a classic LBD.

I gave Muse a cute test drive to see how it works.

Connect through your LinkedIn and be prompted to a welcome page with a sleek and colorful design. The site gives you the option to search companies, jobs and a gaggle of enlightening articles that makes job searching more like trying on lip gloss than a suicide mission.

And here’s the even cooler part: Muse sends out photographers to take really pretty pictures of your potential second home. So while you’re searching for titles that fit your resume, you have the option to go inside HBO or GAP and see if the company’s decor complements your #mood stance and on a more serious note, you can familiarize yourself with the space you’ll be dragging into every morning at 9 AM.

Muse also allows you to meet potential co-workers with Snapchat-esque profiles (no #eggplantfriday) who all write glowing sonnets on how lovely their jobs are. Judging from the site’s roster of growing companies, including Yelp and Muse itself, they’re probably not lying.

While this Pinterest-like browsing has you feeling all warm and fuzzy, Muse also gets down to business engaging you on your career interests and ideal places to work. Uploading your resume is super simple and for open jobs, you’ll be routed directly to the company’s site to officially submit your application.

We’re at the tipping point of cool and engaging online career hunting and it’s all thanks to a group of really smart and jawbreaking women. Dope move, Tyra!

Happy hunting. *winks*

Geneva S. Thomas

Geneva S. Thomas

Geneva is the founder of Jawbreaker, which she plans on turning into an intergalactic all-girl army that will someday storm the streets of the world in studded bras and Tom Ford boots. She recently took up archery and collects more books than shoes.

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