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In keeping this week’s trend of high-profile tech “AMAs,” Facebook took to Reddit to tell the social network’s members what it looks for in potential employees.
Facebook engineer recruiter Will Barnett led the Ask Me Anything thread, which touched on subjects like corporate culture, benefits, and that awful GPA you graduated with.
The Facebook culture
This should be obvious, but before you apply for a job at a company, you should first know its corporate culture. Facebook’s is all about one word: building.
“We’re a culture of builders … of hackers. We don’t just expect our engineers to move fast and ship stuff, but everyone [is also] focused on building product and services that create a more open and connected world,” Barnett said.
“The parts I like best are the mutual trust, internal transparency, celebration of each other’s success, appetite for risk, and hair-trigger sensitivity to our values,” a Facebook…
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