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What Can I Do With a Major In Marketing?

Marketing and distribution is a major field in the area of business which involves the study of consumer needs and desires for products and services, consumers’ willingness and ability to pay for these needs/desires, and the geographical vicinity in which they reside.

Areas of Focus

Marketing Research, Product Management, Advertising, Sales Promotion, Public Relations, Retail, International, Product Development, Education

 

Career Titles

Account Representative
Credit/Loan Administrator
International Marketer
Advertising Executive
Customer Service Manager
Internet Marketing Specialist
Art Director
Development Officer
Inventory Control Specialist
Bank Officer
Direct Mail Specialist
Lobbyist
Brand Manager
Distribution Manager
Management Trainee
Buyer
District Sales Manager
Market Representative
Circulation Manager
Employment Agency Counselor
Market Research Interviewer
Claims Adjuster/Examiner
Financial Planner
Marketing Field Coordinator
Commercial Artist
Franchise Specialist
Marketing Planner
Comparison Shopper
Fund-raiser
Marketing Researcher
Consultant
Government Administrator
Media Buyer/Analyst
Consumer Affairs Specialist
Grant Writer
Merchandising Manager
Consumer Credit/Loan Officer
Import/Export Manager
Non-Profit Organization Manager
Copywriter
Inside Salesperson
Packaging Specialist
Credit Manager
Insurance Agent
Product Analyst
Product Manager
Sales Agent
Traffic Coordinator
Promotions Director
Sales Manager
Urban/Regional Planner
Property Manager
Specialty Advertising Distributor
Wholesale Salesperson
Public Relations Manager
Telecommunications Director
Television Shopping Channel Coordinator
Research Analyst
Telemarketing Representative
Retail Manager

 

Career Related Websites

MonsterTRAK

Marketing Jobs

Marketing & Sales Jobs Page

Careers in Marketing  

Economists and Marketing Research Analysts (Occupational Outlook Handbook)

So You're Thinking about a Marketing Career

American Marketing Association

The Ad Council