What is the work like?
Your work would involve:
In some jobs you may be known as a marketing officer, brand executive or account executive.
You would typically work standard office hours, Monday to Friday, with occasional extra hours at busy times such as the run-up to a campaign launch. You may also need to attend networking events in the evenings.
The work is mainly office-based, but you may also travel to meet clients and attend conferences, exhibitions and product launches.
Figures are intended as a guideline only.
What skills and knowledge will I need?
As a marketing executive, you should have:
What opportunities are there?
You might be employed by a marketing agency or consultancy, or you could work directly for an organisation's in-house marketing department. Larger companies in all kinds of industries can spend a considerable amount of money on marketing.
With experience, you could specialise in a particular type of marketing, or be promoted to marketing manager. You could also choose to become a freelance marketing consultant, or move into a related area like advertising, sales or public relations.
Jobs may be advertised in the local, national and industry press, on graduate recruitment websites, and by specialist recruitment agencies.
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