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Reddit Overview

  • San Francisco, CA
  • 201 to 500 Employees
  • 2005
  • Company - Private
  • Internet
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable

Reddit is a network of communities where individuals can find experiences built around their interests, hobbies and passions. Redditors submit, vote and comment on content, stories and discussions about the topics they care about the most. With over 330 million global users ...
Mission: To bring community and belonging to everyone in the world.

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Reddit - Why Work With Us?

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At Reddit, you’ll help build something that encourages millions around the world to think more, do more, learn more, feel more – and maybe even laugh more.

Reddit is one of the top ten most popular sites in the world. With more than 330 million unique users per month and just under 500 employees total, everyone who works here has an enormous opportunity to make a real impact with their work.

We tripled in size in the last two years, and we’re on track to grow even more in 2019. We’ve built out incredible teams across the company, for everything from engineering to media partnerships. 

Join us in building "the Front Page of the Internet"

We’ve got big plans, and the only way we can accomplish them is with a team of passionate, talented humans who are excited to help us bring our communities to everyone in the world.

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"A truly great company"

Current Employee - Senior Designer
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I have been working at Reddit full-time for more than a year


-Great benefits
-Unlimited vacation
-Intelligent, friendly, and inspiring coworkers
-Work to be proud of
-Work/life balance
-Default open policy


Honestly, I can't think of any at the moment. As with any company, the workload varies, but everyone is passionate about what they do.
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    Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Reddit (San Francisco, CA) in Sep 2019


    I had 3 onsite interviews total, no phone screening. Process spanned 2-3 weeks.

    1. I first spoke with Head of Design, which was a 30-min intro chat. Introduced myself and got to ask whatever questions I had. I was told that my portfolio will be reviewed again before they reach back out.

    2. Got an email a few days later to join in for the whiteboard challenge. I got the same prompt as other folks here, but to address that - I doubt the team is expecting a specific answer from the interviewee. I was told the exercise is for the team to see how we worked. In hindsight, I believe it's more about our general attitude when collaborating, reception to different ideas, attachment or unattachment to different design processes, etc. (Frankly, I was personally all over the place and jumbled over my words 😂)

    3. I was invited back about a week later for a 3.5 hour onsite, which involves a portfolio review and a few 1-v-1s. I definitely got to know the team more here (which was harder to do in the previous two on-sites). I was personally very happy to see the team embracing my weirder projects, which aren't necessarily 'design'. There was a slew of interesting open-ended questions as we chatted. The people I talked to were open and friendly, and I hold true to that statement now! :)

    Having worked for a couple of weeks, I genuinely think there's a great team here. Everyone works collaboratively to achieve overall success, with ideas/designs shared openly with each other. Busy schedule. Actually nice people!

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