I'm leaning towards a job in advertising, preferably on the more 'creative' part of the job (i.e. copy writer, advertising manager). What I would like to know is whether advertisement companies which would hire me would rather a degree in communications or journalism. Please be specific and add sources. Thank you!
I would like to go into the field of Public Relations/Image Management. I believe this would be the beset major choice because I want to pursue a career as a PR Manager, Marketing Manager, or Advertising Manager. I live in NJ so I would love to work in NYC therefore staying on the east coast is a must. It would be the best if you guys could recommend good schools in NJ and NY. Also should I look into other majors for these careers? What other job opportunities can I expect from a PR degree?
My company managers advertised a job externally without telling anyone and without offering it internally. It would have simply been a promotion for a few of us, and we are all qualified and able to do the job.
Like what bachelor or degree or masters or something should i have to work in advertsing and marketing like advertising manager or director? please help :)
I'm choosing coarses to take in my 3rd year of high school...and I'm REALLY interested in advertisting...what's the differece between these two jobs? Which one is harder?
I generally have an A average in school. Which should I choose?
Is it easy to find this job?
I checked their website and they only advertise jobs like managers and higher positions, so i was wondering how to get a job in there as a sales assistant? Do they advertise vacancies anywhere or do you have to go in store to apply?
I understand the job entails meeting and establishing a new client base, responsible for managing advertising budget, and developing promotion ideas.
I just need tips on what I can do to help out my boss which is the Property Manager. Make her job easier what might I take over and help her without asking her. I would really like to impress her a little more. Show her that Im serious about my job status. I answer phones, take notes, make copys, type labels, filing, orgainze, and already show aparments. Is there anything you might think of that is creative and intavative, also helpful that might help her out.
I just left my job as an online advertising manager for a successful online retailer. My personal interests and sense of responsibility to help save our planet have prompted me to seek an opportunity in the renewable energy industry.
Does anyone have any advice on how I can break into this hot new field? My background is journalism and a specialization in online channel partners, especially eBay, Amazon, and Shop.com.
I want to become a country manager or territory manager in europe. does anybody know any companies I can contact regarding this?
I have recently been made redundant. I know there is a job coming up in the local doctors surgery, I have now heard the practise manager has given the job to one of her friends, this position was never advertised - is this legal?
I'm researching jobs for my enrichment class project and I'm looking in the business field. What would the available jobs be with a degree in business marketing?
Need a nice list of possible jobs in business, tho planning to start my own but still need to work before starting my own.
I'm interested in becoming an Account Manager in advertising. I work in marketing communications, but on the client-side, so it would be a big change to go to the vendor-side. What's involved? What are the advantages and disadvantages?
Im just looking at staff within vet surgery's, what does the vet practice manager do exactly?
They don't have much to do with animals do they, is it more financial organization?
Put a list if you can, thanks.
Average salary? How can you get to that position after college, what jobs does one need to go through to get up to that point? If you are one, do you enjoy it?
I am thinking about going for a four year degree in marketing, but I have no kind of idea of what job i'll get with it. Please include what I'll be doing too. I really want to deal with people. I would like to help people, but this probably doesn't do that. But dealing with a lot of people is a must for me. I really need to know what I would be doing at a job, and what kind of jobs I will be doing.
What is manpower planning and what are the main levels of manpower planning.
what difference is there between a personnel manager and human resource manager.
how does the HR deal with staff punctuality and absentism?
what is job description, job directive, job pilot and job evaluation?
what are the standard drafting proceedures used when advertising by the human resource manager?
I am graduating in May with a degree in Finance, but recently came to know Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior. Ideally, I would like to help people come to know the Lord. I don't know what kind of schooling you need for that, or if a simple bachelors degree is enough. What kinds of jobs (maybe financial, maybe not) are available to me at this point?