Are you still wrestling with what degree you should get? There are a lot of options out there, which can lead you down vastly different paths. So where might a marketing degree lead? This Online Degrees infographic helps make sense of it all.
Having marketing skills can set you up for a diverse career. Areas such as advertising, media relations, product marketing, project management, promotions, corporate communications and public relations are all conducive to the skills that come along with a marketing degree. In fact, the management and technical field is home to 34,500 marketing graduates.
Where you live can also have a big impact on the salary you’ll make. In a tech-heavy area such as Seattle, for example, you’re likely to make around $78,620. That’s more than New York, where the average salary is $72,720 and there are an estimated 32,180 employees who have marketing degrees under their belt.
Check out the infographic below for more insights on what you can do with a degree in marketing.
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