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It’s a good time to be in marketing

Posted on 10/04/2015 by Emma Dadswell

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According to the latest employment data from The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo), the marketing and media sector is suffering from a talent shortage. Actual job openings grew by 1% pointing to an on-going scarcity of available candidates.  While this is partly being plugged by the professional temporary market which has shown increases in job openings and placements of 4% and 8% respectively, it appears that for the marketing and media sector, the war for talent is very much alive and well.

Here at Handle Recruitment we understand the value of experienced, creative and innovative marketing professionals. In the digital age, the role of marketers is constantly evolving and organisations are consistently seeking out the brightest talent so they are not left behind the competition.

According to a recent report in Marketing Week, marketing leaders of the future must be a diverse bunch with the added benefit of commercial sense. Marketing objectives are now linked with an organisation’s objectives more closely than ever. As a result, candidates with broader business knowledge are being snapped up to develop world-class, cross-platforms campaigns which will have a notable impact on the business’s bottom line.

If you’re looking for your next role in marketing, why not give us a call?