Mad Men has made advertising cool again; after all, who doesn’t want to be Don Draper (ladies, that goes for you, too!). However, the world of PR, marketing and advertising is a huge one with lots of different opportunities.
Each of the roles below may be part of the same large industry but the day-to-day workload is actually very different…
So, what marketing, advertising and PR job can I do?
Depending on your interests, qualifications, experiences and skills there is a huge selection of jobs to choose from.
We take a look at some marketing, advertising and PR industry job descriptions…
Working in the exciting world of advertising, digital or a direct marketing, an account manager is the vital link between a company and its clients. You’ll be in charge of overseeing the smooth running of campaigns AND you’ll be paid well… Think £45K for more senior positions…
Account manager job description
They say that first impressions can last a lifetime. If you live your life by that motto, and value the importance of making a good impression, you’re sure to be a success as a brand manager.
And a £50K BONUS is nothing to be sniffed at!!
Brand manager job description
In the past few years marketing has shifted its focus. No longer just about shouting messages at people in the hope they’ll buy your product, now it's all about getting face-to-face with your audience instead. Once left to the bosses secretary to sort out, event management is now an important marketing skill.
It comes with a salary to match… up to £70K for senior roles!
Event manager job description
Supporting the marketing manager, you’ll be at the heart of driving marketing campaigns for a product or service. This is a junior position but many starting salaries are in the region of £18K and the perks can be fantastic, especially if you work for a great brand.
Marketing assistant job description
You don’t need to act like you’re in an episode of Ab Fab to thrive in a PR job, although you may need to get your air kissing skills up to scratch. You’ll be promoting your company, a brand or a product to the world and trying to drum up as much publicity as possible. Best of all, starting salaries can be as high as £24K!
PR job description
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