30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

What organizations do employees love working for? Find out, and then check out our roundup of current job openings.

The environment in which employees work is worth more to them than the salary they earn.

Workplace culture is crucial to attracting and retaining the best and brightest employees and fostering long and productive careers (within your organization).

A study conducted by BetterUp found that employees will work harder and stay with organizations longer if they find their jobs meaningful. A major factor in fostering meaningful work is the culture within the workplace, according to the study. Workers rated a strong social support system as the most important way to make work meaningful.

What, then, are the best places to work, according to Great Place to Work?

The organization released its “2019 Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For” to answer this question.

Employees answered more than 60 questions related to what makes their organization a Great Place to Work For All. A majority of the questions (85%) pertain to the level of trust they have in their organization and their potential to achieve successes there.

Hospitality organization Hilton took the top spot on this year’s list.

One employee was quoted as saying:

“Hilton truly has hospitality at its core, resulting in a unique team member and guest focus that is unlike any other company I have seen. The company invests in me and my team, and encourages an entrepreneurial approach to our work.”

Salesforce, last year’s winner, landed at No. 2 this year.

Here are the top 10:

  1. Hilton
  2. Salesforce
  3. Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.
  4. Workday
  5. Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
  6. Cisco
  7. Edward Jones
  8. Ultimate Software
  9. Texas Health Resources
  10. The Boston Consulting Group, Inc.

See the full list here.

Want to work for organizations topping this year’s list? Here are choice career opportunities from five of the top 10:

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Corporate communications director—Entercom, parent company of Radio.com (New York)

Senior writer and editor—Lyn University (Florida)

Public relations manager—Amazon (California)

Communications director—City of Austin (Texas)

Public relations and marketing director—Volunteers of America, Colorado (Colorado)

Media relations director—Trinity College (Connecticut)

Public relations director—Water Mission (South Carolina)

Sports marketing intern—Nike (Germany)

PR account executive—Ketchum (Illinois)

Public affairs specialist—US Department of Defense (Ohio)

Strategic communications team lead—HDR (North Carolina)

Media relations manager—Tennessee Titans (Tennessee)

Senior director of Canada marketing—Canada Goose (Canada)

Public relations account director, B2B technology—5W Public Relations (New York)

Public relations director—Sunday Riley (Texas)

Marketing manager—Virginia Tech (Virginia)

Editorial intern—Washington Monthly (Washington, D.C.)

Senior strategist—Leo Burnett Worldwide (Illinois)

Marketing and public relations specialist—The Travel Corporation (Canada)

Marketing and community outreach specialist—Arizona Supreme Court (Arizona)

Senior communications lead—Thermo Fisher Scientific (Oregon)

Editor—Stanford Social Innovation Review (California)

Copywriter—Golin (Illinois)

Communications specialist—University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Wisconsin)

Director of brand management—La-Z-Boy Inc. (Michigan)

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One Response to “30 jobs in the PR and marketing world”

    Timothy says:

    It would be great if these jobs were organized by level of experience (i.e. 1-2 years, 3-5 years, etc.)

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