Whether you’re looking for that next marketing job here in Washington or whether you’re happily employed but keeping your options open, it pays to stay on top of your skills to stand out from the competition.
You likely know that content is king in today’s digital age and social media skills are essential. But did you know that your ability to use Excel and being an excellent public speaker also are important skills to cultivate to stay competitive?
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. (August 17, 2016)—Marketing and communications search and staffing firm TorchLight Hire, LLC, ranked No. 621 of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in America, according to Inc. Magazine’s 2016 rankings, released today.
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Spring is known as the season of new beginnings—are you ready for a fresh start? Polish up your resume and look for a new communications job in the DMV region with the help of TorchLight.
According to the Washington Post, if you’re in a marketing job, you’re in the right field.
Whether you’re happily employed or whether you’re seeking a new marketing and communications job in DC that offers work-life balance, you’re in luck. Glassdoor recently conducted a survey of the top 25 careers most likely to have the best work-life balance, and a number of marketing roles made the list. The results were published in the Washington Post: