Salary and Benefits Paper on a Desired Job

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Salary and Benefit paper on desired job

Throughout my research on desired jobs that I would like to know more about, I settled on a marketing manager. The website that I found the best information on was . According to the site, a marketing manager is someone who “develops and implements strategic marketing plans for an organization.” A marketing manager must be familiar with a variety of the field’s concepts, practices, and procedures. In marketing, you usually must have a lot of experience to accomplish goals. The average salary for a marketing manager is $86,788. The low for a marketing manager is roughly $63,000 while the high-end of the salary spectrum tends to near $115,000 in big corporations. Thirty-seven percent of marketing managers have 5-10 years of experience in the field. The education level for a marketing manager is mostly led by people with a bachelor’s degree. Following closely behind that are people holding a Master’s degree. Less than 3 percent of marketing managers have only an associate’s degree. People just having a high school education have almost no chance of being a marketing manager. Thirty-seven percent of marketing managers belong to companies of less than 100 employees. Twenty-two percent belong to companies having 100-500 employees. After 500 employees, it starts drastically going down for marketing managers. It seems that you won’t find nearly as many marketing managers in bigger companies compared to smaller ones. Marketing managers are split evenly with 11 percent of them each belonging to the Software and Networking industry and 11 percent being apart of the Retail and Wholesale industry. Following close behind with ten percent, marketing managers also go to the Business Services industry. Lagging slightly behind, are the Financial Services industry and the Education, Government, and Nonprofit industry for marketing managers. Overall, it seems that marketing managers are in many...
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