Marketing Assistant Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Marketing Assistant?
Marketing Assistant in Southfield:
"Variety of duties on a daily basis."
Pros: Special marketing projects, event planning and interacting with clients on a daily basis.
Cons: Understaffed and overworked.
Marketing Assistant in New York:
"What It Is Like."
Pros: Good atmosphere and teamwork even when emergencies and disasters are around every corner.
Cons: Being underground and away from the sunlight.
Marketing Assistant in Gainesville:
"Good job, great company."
Pros: Good people, flexible and forgiving.
Cons: Low pay, chemical smell, lack of advancement.
Marketing Assistant in Los Angeles:
Pros: My supervisor is open to my thoughts and contributions. Edits and suggestions I make are usually put into effect, or cause other ideas to bounce off of mine.
Cons: It's a part-time desk job, where it revolves me spending time around my computer all day.
Marketing Assistant in Baltimore:
"Stressful, busy, detail-oriented, management, technical."
Pros: I have many different roles within the organization. I am involved in most business functions.
Cons: I am too busy and have too many tasks outside of the scope of my job. The will not change my job title to reflect my duties.
Marketing Assistant in Cleveland:
"Begin Day In Prayer. Contact With Clients."
Pros: That it is a family office and the atmosphere is always positive.
Cons: If I had to not like anything, it would be that I don't work enough hours there.
Marketing Assistant in Newark:
Pros: What I like most about my job is the freedom of creativity.
Cons: I do not like to organization and flow of work. It is not clear what job I am supposed to do.