Whilst we noticed a slight summer season slowdown in July, the recruitment landscape was still very busy with a lot of optimism coming into August. This was sadly short lived, not only as processes and availability to interview slowed more than we had expected, but also with less new jobs.
Roughly 3-4 years ago, when social and digital media really exploded into industry, there seemed to be a common question that always came up. How exactly can social and digital media make me and my firm any money? But firms were willing to give it a try. And then the authorities got involved... and confusion and reluctance ensued.
In line with our commitment to keep professionals working in Marketing functions up-to-date with employment and recruitment trends, at the close of 2013 Morgan McKinley conducted an international survey of its consultants in five markets.
Finding a job that’s right for you is not too different from a career in marketing. In fact, I can draw several distinct parallels between the two, which have the very real potential to help increase your chances of landing that dream job.1. The Channels Have Changed, but the Messages Are Still the SameBy working in marketing, it’s