3 years ago Reddit was a known to be a site that people would use to post comments with little to no filter about about pics, people, organizations. Unless that culture has drastically changed I am not sure why people would use it to search for jobs. LinkedIn, Twitter and/or Facebook would be better social media sources to search.
Not sure how Reddit factors into a job search.
LinkedIn is by far better for a job search
I have been in this position since 3/2014 and I have not used Reddit for a job search.
Not aware of Reditt.
I've been on reddit for 6 years. It's completely inappropriate for job search particularly when contrasted with LI and other more traditional professional networking methods/tools.
I've heard of Reddit but I thought it was along the lines of Kijiji -- something my kids and their friends might use to find a part time job.
Not even aware of Reddit.