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Working in Marketing & PR Sector in Ireland

Digital marketing is taking over the marketing and public relation sector. Digital marketing and PR graduates are being snapped up all over Ireland to bring companies into the new digital age and to improve the SEO of companies. By working in this industry, you can benefit from a range of prospects with regional growth chance to reach new audiences for the company.

Types of Roles

Social Media Managers
Media Analysts
Digital Marketing Managers
Marketing Coordinators
Social Media Support Specialists
PR Strategists

Average Salary

The average salary depends on the position. A marketing assistant would make €23k - €28k on average, whereas a marketing manager would make €33k - €54k.

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Working Hours & Holidays

9am – 5pm Monday to Friday. Can be quite flexible with options such as working from home.

By law, all those who work full-time in Ireland are entitled to 20 days of annual leave. It's not usually possible to get away with not taking leave and most employers will also award extra vacation days to long-term employees.

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