Marketing Coordinator Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Marketing Coordinator?

Marketing Coordinator in San Juan Capistrano:
Pros: Research and writing, creative, photography.
Cons: Social media marketing, data entry, marketing, press releases.

Marketing Coordinator in Pittsburgh:
"The Day-To-Day."
Pros: There is no normal day. Everyday is new and fast-paced. I am always being challenged with new projects and deadlines. I also love working in fashion, it has always been my dream.
Cons: The deadlines can get too tight if decisions aren't finalized which can't make for long hours during busy months, but there is no overtime pay. When promotions keep changing it can be hard to get ahead in your work.

Marketing Coordinator in Greenville:
Pros: I enjoy the variety my job requires such as graphic design, CMS management (back end of website), social media, and event planning. Specific to my organization, I really enjoy the social aspect of marketing our region and working closely with government officials and high-ranking business people. The environment is relaxed but serious about business. Flexible environment to get a haircut, go to the doctor, etc during work hours. There are many perks to this job that involve being invited to important events and networking.
Cons: This job occasionally requires long hours and because we are a non-profit, I believe the compensation is lower than a private company's employee would receive. The dress standard is also high.

Marketing Coordinator in Coarsegold:
Pros: Fast paced work environment, creating and implementation of new branding campaigns.
Cons: Company's Tribal Preference Policy.

Marketing Coordinator in Darien:
Pros: Flex time.
Cons: The field and the commute.

Marketing Coordinator in Winston-Salem:
"Thankless Corporate Culture."
Pros: Within walking distance to home, great benefits and health coverage. It deals with sports witch is interesting to me.
Cons: The people I work with and the salary.