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Based on 3,861 responses, the job of Marketing Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.76 out of 5. On average, Marketing Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Marketing Manager?

November 2018
"All work no play."
Marketing Manager in Johannesburg:
Pros: Opportunities are the best in South Africa
Cons: Johannesburg is a concrete Jungle far from the sea and mountains
September 2020
"I love working in Charlotte."
Marketing Manager in Charlotte:
Pros: it's my home town and I can work close to home
Cons: traffic is congested in certain parts of town, the town is growing so there is constantly something under construction on roadways.
October 2013
"It's pretty good"
Marketing Manager:
Pros: I like the flexibility and the variety in my role. I work on PPC, SEO, Social, CRM and a huge focus on mobile which i enjoy.
Cons: The pay is low, and the expectation is that employees will work longer hours voluntarily to give a good impression, actual work done is less important.
November 2013
"awesome no two days are the same but its hectic!"
Marketing Manager:
Pros: Every day is different. Its extremely challenging and i love the people i work with.
Cons: Insane busy days sometimes very stressful.
November 2013
"Check if i'm on par with the market salary for my jobtitle"
Marketing Manager:
Pros: Work Culture
Cons: Partiality
November 2013
"Best Negotiable Salary"
Marketing Manager:
Always be clear on your take home salary.
November 2013
"Remember the big picture"
Marketing Manager:
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.