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I have been working for my company since October 2009. From October 2009 - June 2009 i was doing an apprenticeship with the company in business admin. I think my job title is Marketing Administrator and i do a lot of work that is your normal receptionist/admin type work. I do A LOT of website content uploads, i also do graphic design work, creating banners and creating email campaigns, so quite a bit of design work as well as normal admin tasks such as inputting statistic and web research etc. I didn't earn much while i was doing my course but not my course is complete i now earn about £10,000 a year. Considering the amount of work i do design and admin i just want to know if people think this is a fair salary. I am not being greedy for money or anything i just want to know if i am getting the most out of what i do or if i should move on, because i know there are admin jobs where you can earn about £12-15,000 a year. Any ideas? Thanks. Here is a list of jobs i do so you can see how much i do... - update 5 different sets of statistics daily. - Create banners for websites (graphic design) - Create affiliate banners - Create 4 email campaigns every 2 weeks, set them up to send out (requires html) - Upload products onto websites (takes roughly 2 weeks everytime a whole season needs doing) - create pdf vouchers - Web research - any general admin tasks e.g sending out letters, binding, printing, photocopying etc. - Upload content to sites. - Creating SEO meta data. I think these are the main ones, there are probably a few more little things but can't remember. Thanks. Remembered one more... design new website designs in relation to season e.g christmas, valentines themes. another one.... I do some finance aswell, filing invoices and putting on a spreadsheet, i do business expenses aswell which involves looking through loads of receipts that my boss just gives me in a pile so i have to order them by date and everything.

Asked By: - 2/25/2011
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Would have thought that this job with experience would be advertised around 12-15k. Have you had an appraisal? You should schedule a meeting with your boss/manager and then detail the tasks that you do and how you feel that your experience is helping you deliver the best for the company, however you are also doing all... More
Answered By: clang_uk - 2/25/2011
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