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Based on 2,483 responses, the job of Marketing Director has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.04 out of 5. On average, Marketing Directors are highly satisfied with their job.
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October 2014
Marketing Director:
Allocate at least 20% of your budget to new strategies and/or experiments. Marketing, especially digital, is a rapidly changing space with new opportunities appearing all the time.
December 2014
"Wish I would have negotiated more vacation, salary or benefi."
Marketing Director:
January 2015
Marketing Director:
Pros: Being creative and accomplishing tasks as developing the web site - managing promotions - love working with fashion.
Cons: I'm not getting paid enough for my skills, education & job responsibilities.
January 2015
"Your Career is Your Own - So Own It!"
Marketing Director:
Build a strong network with leaders from different areas. Your boss is not always right so having a network that can provide opinions is integral to making career choices.
February 2015
"Corporate Culture."
Marketing Director:
Pros: Our leadership listens, is understanding, and has made several "upgrades" to how we work, including more paid time off, flexible schedules, and fun employee activities.
Cons: There are certain colleagues that are over-paid and under-performing!
April 2015
"Multi-Corporation Marketing Manager."
Marketing Director:
Pros: Large variety of responsibilities that change tasks daily. Fun coworkers. Some travel.
Cons: Low pay. Minimal vacation time. High stress. Lots of red tape.
April 2015
"Hard work, dedication and adding value only gets you so far."
Marketing Director:
Manage your career like it's your job. Hard work, dedication and adding value is table stakes. Don't expect that to get you past a certain point. At a point it switches to politics and picking the right house.