Reddit User looks at the turn over of reddit employees, seems reddit isn't that fun of a place to work either. (23 out 38 Admins left in in 9 months)
"...decided to take a look at the alumni section of the Team page. I found a slightly disturbing trend that may be a clue that reddit is in deeper trouble than most think. Out of the 38 people listed on the alumni portion of the page, 23 24 of them have left in the last 9 months, or roughly since Y Combinator took the lead in investing in reddit."