Employees who feel stifled or stagnated in their current marketing role are finding it simpler and more fulfilling to move companies rather than to persist where they are. They have the freedom and market confidence to do well, as 69% of employers intend on increasing their headcount in the next year.
Demand is rising for marketers and companies who fail to offer incentives including impressive remuneration packages and clear career progression, risk losing their best staffs to other companies.
Here’s why marketers leave their jobs to pursue a new start:
In marketing technology is very important, marketers have their targets and they have to do their work fast. Traditional companies don’t have good technology that pushes marketers to do their job diligently. Their relations with designer’s and business heads must be fast and in full flow, but companies have their own way of working and there are levels which delay the work of marketers and keep them hanging for a while.