Sales and Marketing Coordinator Reviews

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

Sales and Marketing Coordinator in Minneapolis:
"Never a dull moment."
Pros: It's filled with new projects, new opportunities for solutions and creating products and ideas from scratch. I enjoy the challenges and the ability to create solutions and work with highly educated team members who consider my opinion and value me.
Cons: It's time consuming as I am the only person below the Marketing VP and I answer to the presidents and the Sales VP. Basically I feel like I am everyone's go to girl without appropriate compensation. I also deal with individuals who are not capable at their job and they are paid more than I am and take advantage of being a team leader.

Sales and Marketing Coordinator in Seattle:
"Retail sales and marketing analysis and planning."
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Sales and Marketing Coordinator in New York:
Pros: My colleagues, networking with c-suite level executives, gaining knowledge about the fashion, beauty and footwear industry on a daily basis, travel,
Cons: Not being appropriately compensated for the amount of work/time put in, not enough paid vacation days.

Sales and Marketing Coordinator in Colorado Springs:
Pros: My boss, the people I work with.
Cons: The complainers.

Sales and Marketing Coordinator in Chicago:
"Work flexibility."
Pros: I am able to own multiple projects on my own time and it isn't high stress.
Cons: I don't always feel respected and I don't make very much money.

Sales and Marketing Coordinator in Greenville:
"Enjoyable, very busy."
Pros: Management. I'm good at it. I have a lot of freedom to do it my way.
Cons: Salary. Long hours on my feet. Flexibility. No backup.

Sales and Marketing Coordinator in New Haven:
"More work than informed."
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