I'd like a job in a large retail organisation but every time I look on websites they're all specific jobs such as accountant and marketing manager. Do jobs exist for inexperienced people who want to learn, or are these sorts of jobs just for graduates?
Would you say being a marketing manager is a hard job? Is it stressful?.. do you need to be quick and organized? what possible companies can you work for?..do you work independantly?..is it all year around?
I am a freshman at University of Arizona. It is ranked #17 for it's undergraduate marketing program. I am majoring in Marketing with a minor in Sociology. I plan on getting around a 3.5 GPA for undergraduate work and I plan on going on to get an MBA. What other than that is necessary for a job as a Marketing Manager? Are there any just "perfect" internships or other opportunities available to further my chance for success?
I am currently a marketing manager trying to figure out the next step in my career. I have had a lot of experience in marketing communications type activities: creating collateral, press releases, managing trade shows, and promotions. I am wondering what experience I may lack on the quantitative side: managing P&L, managing product lifecycle, product mix, etc. If I am more interested in the creative side of marketing, should I stay in MarCom? Or do Brand Managers deal with both? Is there less growth potential in MarCom - job ads make it seem like an entry level profession making only around $35K.
The marketing manager isn't doing the selling alone- with him is a sales rep and a sales manager and the 3 of us share of goal that this industrial machinery company (the people who would show include the buyer, jr engineer and production manager) will buy our software. So what does marketing manager do specifically in this kind of situation?
Thanks a million!
I'm planning on getting my undergraduate degree in Psychology. Could I still become a marketing manager?
Are these basically the same job. What is the difference?
If you are a strategic manager do you become a marketing manager later on?
I'm thinking about becoming a Marketing Manager, but I don't know how I would get to that position. I'm probably going to major in Business Administration, but where do I go from there? Is there an entry level job that you start at before moving on to becoming a Marketing Manager? Also, Is there a difference between these 4 job titles: Advertisement Manager, Advertisement Director, Marketing Manager, or Marketing Director? I'm a little confused. What/how much education would be best for this position? Please help. Any advice is appreciated.
How do i become a marketing manager?
do i have to be an assistant then an executive then manager?
what other paths could i take considering hypotethically i have a bachelors in management an associates in marketing and an mba
also, how long does it typically take before i can become a marketing manager?
In my opinion they did. First the so-called article is filled with links to online universties who must be paying Yahoo a fee. Second the salaries are completely unrealistic for entry level jobs. No college graduate without years of experience is going to land a marketing manager job for $80K.
I like Yahoo, but believe this highly deceptive article is below them.
I am the Marketing Manager of a small franchise. The job position open is for door-to-door marketing, and requires a lot of communication with customers and potential clients regarding the services we offer. Over 99?f our customers speak English, thus our business is based in the English language. I am hiring a team of people, but have many people applying who I do not feel can competently do the job based on their knowledge of the language - they are ESL students at the university and are not fluent in English. Is it wrong for me to not hire these people based on the fact that they are not fluent in English?
I am finishing up my Bachelors degree in Marketing and will be starting my MBA following. I am wondering what different professions are out there and a job description with them for those with a marketing degree.
I know of these:
What are many others that I may be interested in? I would like to research these different professions and what they entitle. Thanks for the help.
I'm currently a junior in college @ a major university I want to become a marketing manager or brand manager coordinator or director. I need to know steps to take and If getting my bs in econ will hurt my chances?. Also I plann or getting an mba in marketing. What is nesscarily. Expereince?
Well right now I'm only 17. I'm still in highschool. I wanted to be a marketing manager, and he wants to be a producer but he's in college now taking business classes and producing classes. Were not married yet but were going to get married. What job do I need at leaste. I'm not gonna be a doctor or lawyer bcuz lawyers have the highest divorce rate and it takes too long to be a lawyer. What other jobs make A LOT of money?
I love working with people and I think that becoming a marketing manager would be great for me.
What should I major in, the best school for the job, and how I can expose myself to the business.
I'm a junior in high school.
I was looking into graduating with a degree in sociology, but I read that it was a "useless" degree. However, I heard it could lead into becoming a marketing/advertising or public relations manager. If I want to become a marketing manager, what do I study in college and what major should i pursue if I decide to just get a minor in sociology? Do I study business, and what field specifically? My school is not very helpful at all. thanks!
I need to write sample documents of this career and was wondering what type of documents marketing directors/managers have to write during their job? I'm in a college English class so any type of writing will do (Emails, Proposals, Etc). I am specifically looking for the types of writing done by marketing directors/managers in the nightlife and entertainment industry (nightclubs/restaurants in bigger cities)
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
If I have finished the university and all I need to be a marketing manager,can I go to work in the USA automatically?
How do you determine what's worthwhile & what's not?
Graphic Design / Marketing Manager / Purchasing / IT Specialist / Customer Service
Created and maintain website & product catalog
Maintain & troubleshoot internal network & technology problems
Maintain POS database & reports
Office inventory purchasing & management
Would it be Marketing assistant, Market analyst, or even a Marketing Manager. None of these perhaps. I will have had internships during summer breaks in college but never a full year or more of just working for a company.
I am getting ready to go to college for Marketing and am planning to get my MBA, so I was just curious what to expect out of my education when I get out.
*I know I asked this in Higher education, but it was supposed to be in the Business section.