Reddit has joined the long list of tech companies in the past several months to announce layoffs. The popular online forum will let go of 90 of its employees, which represents 5 percent of its total workforce. The Wall Street Journal stated the layoffs were revealed to Reddit employees via a company wide email from its CEO Steve Huffman. He stated that while Reddit had had a solid first half of the year, the job cuts, will position us to carry that momentum into the second half and beyond. He

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