Entry-Level Marketing Manager Salary (United Kingdom)
The average salary for an Entry-Level Marketing Manager is £28,762 per year.
£20,203 - £39,827
£6.85 - £17.42
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Marketing Manager Advice
What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Marketing Manager in Middlesex:
"Start at a large organisation."
Start at larger organisation which promotes career development. Become a specialist in an area in the field of Marketing and climb the ladder within the organisation. Small medium businesses (SMB) forces you to wear multiple hats and become a generalist in your field and if you stay there for too long, you become so snowed under with work you forget about personal development. If you do start out in an SMB, stay and get your 2 years experience and remember to move on.
Marketing Manager in Bristol:
"Eyes on the prize."
Set clear objectives and have them inform everything you do. Don't be distracted by bright, attractive objects or low hanging fruit.
Marketing Manager in Warwick:
"Marketing Is A Management Function."
A Marketing Manager should be strongly supported by a sound business strategy and a clear vision of where the business is going. In order to make sure you can do your job to the best of your abilities, ask questions about the business strategy and processes during the recruitment stages.
Marketing Manager in Glasgow:
"Cover The Basics."
Get a solid grounding in ALL aspects of the marketing function. Specialization further down the line is fine but you should be appeal to handle any marketing activity competently.
Marketing Manager in London:
"Remember the big picture"
Try to see the big picture and keep work in perspective. If you feel overwhelmed at work talk to your manager - explain and ask for help. You always have a choice, you may need to learn to say 'no' to some things to maintain your health and happiness. If you can do that - you will be a better performer at work and more respected than someone who takes on too much and ultimately crashes and burns.