30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

Before you jump at an offer to work in a major U.S. city, make sure you can afford the cost of living. Find out the priciest metropolitan areas, and then check out our list of current openings.

When considering a career move or accepting your first professional job, it’s important to take cost of living into account.

Sure, Hawaii sounds great, but a cup of joe could cost you nearly $9, if you live in Honolulu.

That’s one of the details that ADT dives into when it looks at the “Cost of Living Across the United States.”

It used data from the latest version of the 2018 Cost of Living Index from The Council for Community and Economic Research to compare the cost of goods and services in different cities across the U.S.

Coffee isn’t the only thing that will cost you an arm and a leg, if you live in Honolulu: It is also the most expensive when it comes to groceries, produce and transportation.

Even though Honolulu tops many lists for the most expensive goods and services, two other cities have higher costs of living: San Francisco and New York.

Overall, San Francisco had the highest cost of living relative to the national average (91.4% higher). Meanwhile, Harlingen, Texas, is furthest below the national average (23.5% lower).

See the full report here.

Kalamazoo, Michigan, has the fourth-lowest cost of living, according to the report, and Stryker Corp., which is headquartered there, seeks a marketing communications specialist.

It summarizes the position:

The Marketing Communications Specialist interfaces with key leaders and the sales force to ensure assigned projects and deliverables are executed seamlessly and on time. Specifically, the Marketing Specialist supports product management, sales, marketing and the creative design team to effectively coordinate development, design, approval, production and distribution of marketing materials. This is a terrific opportunity to focus on sales enablement and education platforms for Stryker’s surgical technologies.

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

Assistant dean of marketing and communications—University of California, Riverside (California)

Communications specialist—Textron Systems (Maryland)

Senior PR and corporate communications manager—Fila USA (New York)

General manager, public affairs—Edelman (Washington, D.C.)

Communications director—American Cancer Society (Florida)

Digital media director—DDB Worldwide Communications Group (Canada)

Digital video politics producer—PBS NewsHour (Washington, D.C.)

Marketing communications director—Lockheed Martin (Maryland)

Public relations specialist—The University of Georgia (Georgia)

Assistant account executive, health care public relations—Ogilvy (New York)

Assistant editor—Enterprise Media Group (Nebraska)

UK and Ireland PR executive—Marriott Hotels International (United Kingdom)

North America performance marketing manager—Nike (Oregon)

Assistant director of external communications and public relations—University of Michigan (Michigan)

Public relations coordinator—Victoria’s Secret (Ohio)

Senior editor, Houston—Texas Monthly (Texas)

Director of PR and communications—HCA Healthcare (Florida)

Influence marketing manager—Converse (United Kingdom)

Public relations manager—Barneys New York (New York)

Spring intern, account coordinator—Jackson Spaulding (Georgia)

Public affairs specialist—US Department of Justice (Washington, D.C.)

Marketing coordinator—Cushman & Wakefield (Texas)

Sales and marketing manager—Sony Music Entertainment (Canada)

Communications manager—NC State University (North Carolina)

Senior communications manager, internal digital content—Honeywell (Arizona)

Digital marketing coordinator—Arrow Electronics (Colorado)

Marketing manager—Lagunitas Brewing Co. (Wisconsin)

Marketing director—Pennsylvania State University (Pennsylvania)

Media relations specialist—SSM Health (Missouri)

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