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Based on 4,230 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?

February 2014
"Sink or swim mentality."
Marketing Manager:
Hard work, sweat and tears.
March 2014
"Balance Between Work And Personal Life Is Most Important."
Marketing Manager:
Realize going in it will be a lot of work, and a lot of fun. While stressful a lot of the time, enjoy what you do.
March 2014
"Love Your Job!"
Marketing Manager:
Rather than always striving to find a favorite job make your current job your favorite. Success, money, position, value will automatically follow you!
March 2014
"Upper Management Resistant To Change."
Marketing Manager:
There is a heavy resistance to change from key decision makers. However, over time they have started to realize the necessity.
April 2014
"Intense."
Marketing Manager:
Pros: It´s fun, every day could be a whole new adventure! You plan, you budget, you communicate, you inspire the whole organization. You get to work with CEO´s, CFO, sales men, merchandising & promotion team and even models! Your main focus should be on your costumer and to me it´s very pleasing when you deliver exactly what people want and exceed expectations.
Cons: Long, long hours! A lot of pressure.
April 2014
"Ask Questions."
Marketing Manager:
Ask a ton of questions. When joining a company with so many offices across the globe it is important to understand as much as possible, across every area possible. The only way to do this is by being proactive and asking questions. Everyone knows your new and no one expects you to know the intricate details of daily function. Don't be afraid to ask questions pertaining to your job and the business model.
April 2014
Marketing Manager:
Pros: Diversity.
Cons: Based inside office only.