As we embark on the year 2016, it is a good time to be looking for a job in marketing and public relations.

As Clare Lane reports for PR Daily:

“The demand for marketing, creative, digital, and communications professionals is on the rise — and so is the price for new hires.”

The “Paladin Blog notes, as the opportunities for marketing professionals evolve, it’s important to note how much organizations are willing to pay for in-demand skills. In addition, employers are seeking professionals with a capacity to add new skills. This year, job seekers can expect to see employers express interest in adaptability, creativity and digital marketing. Because of technology, social media, shifting consumer behavior, and marketing’s increased role in customer service, these professionals need to be agile, adaptable, and always willing to learn. And because of those same things — along with high-demand for their skills—they can be selective with their career steps and expect to make generous salaries.”

 
Click here to see Paladin’s top ten creative/marketing jobs (and their average salaries) for 2016.
 

And click the image for specific companies with marketing jobs as of January 2016.

 

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