Survey reveals marketers are overworked and undervalued.
The gender pay gap persists across all levels of seniority in marketing, according to Marketing Week’s Career and Salary Survey 2015, with men earning 21% more than women on average – equivalent to an extra £7,298 each year.
Marketers at FMCG brands take home the highest salary on average (£47,106), according to Marketing Week’s Career and Salary Survey 2015.
A breakdown of overtime by job category suggests that senior marketers are working significantly longer hours than their junior counterparts.
A significant proportion of marketers feel let down by a lack of options for furthering their career.
Catch up on all the important marketing news from the week including Disney’s bid for digital ad dollars and John Lewis’s focus on social media.
Transport for London says Uber is not “fit and proper” to hold a private hire operator licence as it raises concerns over a lack of corporate responsibility.
As the Summer festival season comes to a close, Marketing Week asks marketers whether it’s worth the risk trying to create the next Glastonbury.
Businesses partnering with universities to offer value-added opportunities for students are reaping the rewards when it comes to futureproofing the quality of their workforce.
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