Compare Facebook vs Reddit BETA

See how Reddit vs. Facebook compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
(based on 1465 reviews)
(based on 56 reviews)
Career Opportunities
Compensation & Benefits
Work-life balance
Senior Management
Culture & Values
CEO Approval
Facebook Ceo Mark Zuckerberg
92%Mark Zuckerberg
Reddit Ceo Steve Huffman
72%Steve Huffman
% Recommend to a friend
Positive Business Outlook


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What Employees Say

"Free food"(in 328 reviews)
"Smart people"(in 273 reviews)
"Great benefits"(in 7 reviews)
"Low hanging fruit"(in 3 reviews)
"Work life balance"(in 349 reviews)
"Long hours"(in 76 reviews)
"Clique y"(in 3 reviews)
"People team"(in 3 reviews)
Featured Review

Current Employee - Product Design Manager

I have been working at Facebook full-time for more than a year


I have worked at lots of other companies and the range of talent, skill, and professionalism usually varied widely. So far my experience at Facebook has been working with amazingly smart, talented,... and just super kind, fun people. Forget all the other many perks. This is the best part for me.


Sometimes there are just too many things going on. It’s challenging to put things in perspective and make sure you live a balanced life. It I think you could say this at any job that you truly enjoy.

Advice to Management

Try and keep things that are working and modify things that need to be fixed as we scale.

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

I have been working at Reddit full-time for more than a year


Reddit is solving hard problems peer companies like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are solving with only a fraction of the resources. The fact it is not only surviving but thriving is a testament to... its unique model of community. There continues to be a buzz in the building on what Reddit can achieve but the rapid growth has put a strain on what old and new employees alike believe to be the path of connecting the world with authenticity at its center. I feel that strain can be a positive one if you're lucky enough to be on the right team but totally destructive if you have the misfortune of being on the wrong one. Chaos and opportunity are two sides of the same coin. If you're looking for certainty this might not be the best place for you but if you're open to some risk I honestly have a hard time imagining a company with a higher ceiling when it comes to social impact and business in Silicon Valley and beyond. 5 Pros to Consider: 1)Many smart and nice people from usual suspects (companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter, and universities such as Stanford, Harvard, and Berkeley) and brilliant people who forged their own path without the social signals those institutions engender. 2) Massive scale and growing (330 million MAU). 3) Open field for many lines of business. 4) Free breakfast and lunch. 5) Amazing benefit package [best in my career] that covers health, wellness, and professional growth.


Sometimes it can feel a bit much. Like everyone has too much of a voice but getting rid of that breaks the culture of community, ownership, and shared purpose. Be prepared to speak up here or you... may be stuck in no man/woman's land.

Advice to Management

Find the answer to these three questions: 1) Is there a way to organize chaos? How do we inject the spirit of Snoosweek throughout the workweek. 2) How do we protect our culture yet expand it? 3)... How do we better inspire and measure confidence in each other, in the company, and in our shared goals?

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