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Based on 710 responses, the job of Social Media Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.75 out of 5. On average, Social Media Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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March 2019
"Small Big Town with Lots Happening."
Social Media Manager in Fort Wayne:
Pros: Feel like a big fish in a small pond
Cons: Weather
April 2019
"I’m indifferent."
Social Media Manager in Lagos:
Pros: There’s quite a lot of opportunities.
Cons: Traffic
April 2019
"It's a friendly place to work."
Social Media Manager in Elmhurst:
Pros: That as long as you get your work done no one will say anything to you. Very calm enviroment.
Cons: pay.
May 2019
"Diverse clients, fun work, stressful hours."
Social Media Manager in Richmond:
Pros: Working on different clients.
Cons: Not being able to work more collaboratively
May 2019
"I am overall happy when I don't think about my salary."
Social Media Manager in Palma de Mallorca:
Pros: I have the opportunity to learn a lot
Cons: My direct manager doesn't know how to motivate me and I don't find her to be an inspiring role model.
June 2019
Social Media Manager in Mumbai:
Pros: Understanding, giving opportunity to work on new projects, forgives easily on mistakes, encourages for learning.
Cons: The pay, lack of holidays, working over time, no trips, burden of work.
June 2019
"Moderate growth opportunities with heavy male skew and old mindsets."
Social Media Manager in San Jose:
Pros: Having approvals to work in new ways, travel to trade shows when needed, and being able to build the brand I focus on.
Cons: Not aligned, unorganized processes, awful culture, lack of vision, product marketing do not have traditional expertise.