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Marketing Professionals Working Longer

Forty-Six Percent of Marketing Professionals Working More than Fifty Hours per Week!

According to a recent survey by MarketingScoop.com, the Internets premier source of marketing tools, information, and resources, 46% of marketing professional report working more than fifty hours per week. 35% percent of survey respondents reported working between forty and fifty hours per week and less than 20% reported working fewer than forty hours in a week.

“With the increasing pressure for marketing professionals to deliver a positive ROI, and the fact that many marketing departments have seen a reduction in staffing levels, its no surprise that today’s marketing professional is working longer hours than in previous years,” notes Michael Fleischner, of MarketingScoop.com.

The two-week survey conducted on marketingscoop.com shows that the majority of marketing professionals, fully 81.3% of those who participated, are working more than forty-hours per week. A little more than ten percent (10.4%) indicated a work week between thirty and forty hours – closer to what has been commonly referred to as a traditional work week.

About Marketing Scoop, LLC
Marketing Scoop, LLC is a leading provider of online resources for marketing professionals. With operational headquarters in Robbinsville, NJ, marketing scoop employs a variety of marketing professionals across numerous disciplines including; advertising, direct marketing, internet marketing, market research, marketing strategy, tradeshows & events.

About Michael Fleischner

Michael Fleischner is an entrepreneur, author, and marketer. He has appeared on The TODAY Show, ABC World News, Bloomberg Radio, and other major media. Michael is a graduate of Rutgers College and Northwestern’s Medill School with a Masters in Integrated Marketing Communications.

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