Marketing jobs

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Marketing jobs are an increasingly popular choice for both beginners and young professionals. The diversity of the work means that no matter your skill set, you’re sure to find a fitting role. Marketing and advertising incorporate lots of different jobs, in a bunch of different areas. So, whether you’re into tech, sports, fashion, or whatever, a marketing job will suit you perfectly. Make sure you register with YoungCapital, so you can save all your favourite vacancies to your profile for when you’re ready to apply. Don’t put off your search; you don’t want to miss out on a marketing job that’s right for you.

The ins and outs of marketing jobs

There are so many different kinds of marketing jobs, it can be hard to keep up; let us run you through them! The most popular form is digital marketing, and a lot of jobs are found in this field. All of the UK’s top employers put a lot of effort into their digital marketing, as it’s such an easy and popular way to get their message out, so you won’t have trouble finding jobs. Social media marketing is slowly taking over, as people spend more and more time on their favourite apps. Think about it: you’ve probably seen a few videos from big companies pop up on your For You page. If you’re not into the creative side of things, consider a marketing analyst role. You’ll be crunching the numbers to see if campaigns perform well, and where there’s room for improvement. These are just some examples of the work that goes into marketing. Check out the rest of the selection on this page.

Not only is there a lot of variety in the job industries you can work in, but there are also many different positions that marketing jobs can fulfil. Marketing managers are the ones in charge of overseeing everything, from content to data to staff. They make the big decisions on what strategies and campaigns to run, and how to do it all – lots of responsibility! The roles can get more niche too, like brand manager or social media manager jobs, for example. In these roles, you’ll be looking after things for a specific brand or focusing on running the social media accounts. The work is more targeted and specific, as you’re only looking at one aspect of marketing, but your days will still rarely ever look the same. If you’re after something more general, to get a better sense of the industry, have a look at some marketing assistant jobs. You’ll be the one helping out across the department, which’ll give you a better understanding of what’s out there. Fancy any of the roles we mentioned? Have a browse through this page and find one that suits what you’re looking for.

Marketing jobs have become even more accessible in recent years. A popular choice for graduates, entry-level marketing jobs are suitable for many different study backgrounds, as the skills needed can be acquired in lots of different fields. Not only are they adaptable in terms of your education, but they can also fit around your schedule too. Remote marketing jobs are hugely popular work-from-home roles, so you can start earning money from the comfort of your sofa. You can also work a part-time job in marketing, maybe alongside your studies or another job. Freelance marketing jobs are especially flexible; you can pick up work as little or as much as you want, and fit it all in a timeframe that suits you. The choice is entirely up to you, so start looking for marketing work that suits your preferences.

Once you know exactly what you want to do and how much you want to do it, you can start the application process. Set up your YoungCapital profile, and make sure you include your contact details and attach a CV. Your CV shouldn’t be too long; you want your future employer to get a feel for you and your knowledge without bogging them down with information. Next, write a convincing cover letter that explains why you’re the ideal candidate for the job. Again, keep it brief! Once that’s all set, just click ‘apply’, and you’re done. You’ll have landed your ideal marketing job in no time at all.

FAQs about marketing jobs:

Where can I find new marketing jobs?

When you create a profile with us, you can set up email alerts for marketing jobs that match your preferences to a tee. That way, you’re never out of the loop, as it’s all sent straight to your inbox.

I haven’t heard back about my application for a marketing job. What now?

No worries, you can track the status of your application for a marketing job in your profile to see how far in the process you’ve got. If you’re still in doubt, you can get in touch with us, and we’ll try to sort it out asap.

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