June 30 ,2017 | by LSBF Blog Staff

What can you do with a marketing degree?

Getting a marketing degree

Getting a marketing degree can open the door to many different career paths, as you’ll develop a broad and increasingly valuable set of skills.

For example, a specialised online marketing degree will give you highly transferable skills, and a knowledge of marketing strategy is an extremely desirable trait in the vast majority of organisations. 

There are three key reasons why getting a marketing degree can be a move in the right direction.

1) High salary prospects

Marketing graduates have an average starting salary of £21,565, and there is plenty of room to manoeuvre in the future – you could earn up to £113,000 as a Chief Marketing Officer.

2) Multiple career options

There is a vast field of job opportunities awaiting graduates with a marketing degree, giving you the versatility to pursue a role that suits your interests and needs.

3) Job security

Organisations are always searching for top marketing talent, as this area of a business is vital to the success of any company.

Ultimately, as long as organisations have a product or service to sell, there will always be a role for marketing graduates - and many industries need the skills of expert marketers. This means that graduates can rely on career opportunities being readily available.

Here are a few traditional careers in marketing:

  • Advertising Art Director
  • Copywriter
  • Media Buyer
  • Media Planner
  • Event Organiser
  • Public Affairs Consultant

And perhaps a few you wouldn’t have thought of:

  • Graphic designer
  • Lecturer
  • Promoter

Plus, with constant developments in the marketing sector, you may see roles such as chief content officer, technologist, and channel manager come to prominence over the next few years.

LSBF Blog Staff

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