Based on 94 responses, the job of Product Marketing Specialist has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.53 out of 5. On average, Product Marketing Specialists are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Product Marketing Specialist?
"Great starting point."
Product Marketing Specialist in Minneapolis:
Pros: A great place to work hard, grow and find opportunity within.
Cons: If you do not negotiate salary or come in with little to no experience you will be underpaid.
"Amazing products and will be a successful company long term. There is a lot of room for growth in the marketing department, but the pay is below market and doesn’t reflect their statement of investing in their employees."
Product Marketing Specialist in Lehi:
Pros: The culture of the company is amazing and it’s an exciting place to work. Lots of moving parts but that is because of the growth potential.
Cons: The pay is really the only downfall. It’s a bootstrapped company so it makes sense to not pay as much as funded companies, but it is below average in most cases as far as pay goes.
Product Marketing Specialist in Dayton:
Pros: Though they are a large corporation I am trusted to do my job with limited supervision and career development is supported.
Cons: Large corporations sometimes come with slow administrative processes for requests and such but that is to be expected.
Product Marketing Specialist:
Pros: Great corporate culture, work flexibility, office conditions looks good.
Cons: Strictly management, stress level is very high.
Product Marketing Specialist in Ferndale:
Pros: My full-time status which means even if its only a 35 hr work week i can use pto for the remaining 5 hrs.
Cons: I am paid so little, while having a great deal of responsibilities and work. Overall, im burnt out after 6 months but i need to pay rent, eat, put gas in my car, etc. its a bummer because before getting promoted i really loved working here.