Glassdoor is a jobs and recruiting marketplace. It offers users the latest job listings, as well as access to millions of pieces of proprietary user-generated content including company-specific salary reports, company reviews and ratings, CEO approval ratings, benefits reviews, interview reviews and questions, office photos and more. In addition, thousands of employer clients and partners are using Glassdoor for Employers to support their recruiting and employment branding efforts.
Company Growth (employees)
Mill Valley, US
Size (employees)
937 (est)+5%
Glassdoor was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Mill Valley, US

Key People at Glassdoor

Robert Hohman

Robert Hohman

Co-Founder, CEO
Adam Spiegel

Adam Spiegel

Tim Besse

Tim Besse

Co-Founder, Chief Anything Officer
Richard Barton

Richard Barton

Co-founder, Chairman

Glassdoor Office Locations

Glassdoor has offices in Mill Valley, Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore and in 15 other locations
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Glassdoor Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$204.5 m

Latest funding size

$40 m

Time since last funding

about 1 year


Glassdoor's latest funding round in June 2016 was reported to be $40 m. In total, Glassdoor has raised $204.5 m. Glassdoor's latest valuation is reported to be $1 b.

Glassdoor Financial Metrics


Market valuation

1 b

Glassdoor Operating Metrics

Glassdoor's Monthly Unique Users was reported to be 45 m in Q2, 2017
Y, 2016Q1, 2017Q2, 2017

Monthly Unique Users

33 m41 m45 m

Company Reviews

10 m

Company Profiles

540 k700 k700 k



Glassdoor Median Salaries

Source: 78 public H-1B filings from Glassdoor

Traffic Overview of Glassdoor

Glassdoor Online and Social Media Presence

Glassdoor News and Updates

Glassdoor Is The ‘Most Preferred’ Job Search Experience

One of the most important things for a job seeker is to find the right job with as little stress and time spent as possible. Now, finding a job that fits your life has never been easier. Glassdoor gives job seekers all the jobs and all the information in one place. As the #2 job site in the U.S., G…

The 25 highest-paying internships, according to Glassdoor

An internship could actually pay more than a full-time job — at least if it's at Facebook.  Interns at Microsoft, Facebook, and other top companies would earn way more than the average full-time U.S. worker if their salaries lasted the entire year, Glassdoor found in a new report.  SEE ALSO: The…

These 25 companies will pay you the highest salaries, according to Glassdoor

Shocker: for the highest salaries, go to Google.  Glassdoor put together a list of the 25 companies that pay the highest salaries in the United States, and the results aren't that surprising. Most of the high-rolling employers are in tech, plus a few consulting firms. Other fields that offer som…

Glassdoor has a guide to figure out if there’s a wage gap at your company

 Glassdoor wants to help companies put their money where their mouths are. Today, Glassdoor released a five-step guide to address the gender wage gap at any company. Before it gets into how to solve the gender pay gap, Glassdoor first defines the gender wage gap as “the difference between average pa…

The 10 coolest offices in the UK, according to Glassdoor

LONDON — Glassdoor UK, the jobs website that lets employees leave anonymous reviews and feedback on their employers, has compiled a list of the best offices in Britain. Staff at Glassdoor have combed through pictures and reviews left on their site to pull together what they …

Glassdoor: 11 of the 25 highest paying U.S. jobs for 2017 are in tech

Career website Glassdoor today released its 2017 report on the “Highest Paying Jobs In Demand.” Just like last year, in the list of the top 25 U.S. jobs, 11 were in tech — more than any other industry (health care was next in line with six jobs). Glassdoor’s list is ordered by average base salary [……
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