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OUR CULTURE
Move Fast. Be Bold. Be Yourself.
At Facebook, you’ll have the opportunity to work with great people, tackle big challenges and make a real impact — while being your unique, authentic self at work.
Dig Deeper into our Culture
At Facebook, supporting our employees is a core part of how we do business. From our generous benefits to our robust diversity programs, we’re focused on empowering all our employees — from people of color and LGBTQ employees to veterans and the differently abled — to live life to the fullest and bring their best selves to work, each and every day. We’re proud of our supportive and inclusive culture, and are dedicated to making Facebook welcoming to everyone who comes to work with us.
OUR FIVE CORE VALUES

Be Bold

Building great things means taking risks. We have a saying: "The riskiest thing is to take no risks." in a world that's changing so quickly you're guaranteed to fail if you dont take any risks.

Focus on Impact

To make the most impact, we need to solve the most important problems. We expect Facebook employees to avoid wasting time on minor issues and focus on truly big challenges.

Move Fast

We believe that it’s better to move fast and make mistakes than to move slowly and miss opportunities. Doing so enables us to build more things and learn faster.

Be Open

Informed people make better decisions and make a greater impact — so we work hard to ensure that everyone at Facebook can access as much information about the company as possible.

Build Social Value

At Facebook, we’re trying to bring the world closer together — not just grow our business. Our people focus on creating real value for the world — every day and in everything they do.
THOUGHTS FROM OUR TEAM
It's a self-starter culture, we aren't told what to do to achieve results.
Morin O., Head of Luxury for Instagram
Facebook Paris
Don't change, be your authentic self. This is really refreshing.
Joe B., Corporate Communications
Facebook New York
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OUR CULTURE
Be Unique. Be Authentic. However you prefer to say it, we really mean it.
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