Hayne’s return to 49ers likely

first_imgBefore being selected, the player must first be cleared by an independent neurological consultant.Gaskins was promoted when Hayne was cut from the 49ers’ 53-man playing roster, raising the ire of some fans who felt Hayne’s potential demanded he be given experience at the top level. Despite the 49ers’ desire to keep the inexperienced Hayne on their practice squad, the team might not have a choice but to promote him to their 53-man squad for the remaining three games of their season.Gaskins will have to pass the NFL’s concussion protocol to be cleared to play the Cincinatti Bengals this weekend.The 49ers’ top running back Shaun Draughn managed just 43 yards from 11 carries against the Browns, but Hayne’s replacement as punt returner Bruce Ellington had one of his best games with a career-high 36-yard return. The 49ers have had a tepid four win, nine loss season.The Browns sit below the 49ers at the bottom of the NFL standings with three wins, 10 losses.San Francisco 49ers are in last place in the NFC West Division. Seattle have improved to 5-5, trailing division leaders Arizona Cardinals (7-2).Hayne left the comfort of being the star fullback for the Parramatta Eels in the National Rugby League at the end of 2014 to pursue his lifelong desire to play in the NFL. After already losing the services of running backs Carlos Hyde, Reggie Bush and Mike Davis, Gaskins became the next to suffer injury during San Francisco’s morale-sapping 24-10 loss to the Cleveland Browns.Gaskins will be subjected to the NFL’s strict concussion checklist, the most recent edition of which was published in August 2014.The protocol for returning to play after suffering a concussion is broken up into five parts.Step one, rest and recovery, requires the player to stay away from cognitive stimulation, such as electronic devices and team meetings.They can do limited stretching and balance exercises.During step two, light aerobic exercise, the player does some supervised cardiovascular drills, such as using a treadmill, and can return to team meetings and video analysis.At step three, continued aerobic exercise, strength training can be reintroduced.Football-specific work is brought back at step four, with the player adding non-contact drills, such as catching and running, to their fitness work.center_img Finally, if the player has not shown any symptoms of the earlier concussion, they may begin step five, which is a return to unlimited football activity and clearance to play.last_img read more

Hetmyer upbeat despite missing maiden century

first_imgYoung Windies batsman Shimron Hetmyer has expressed displeasure in falling short of recording his maiden Test hundred at Sabina Park, but remains confident that over time he will be able to achieve the feat. Hetmyer, brought into the Test team for the second and final Test against Bangladesh at the weekend, was dismissed for 86 in the team’s first innings total of 354. This was after delighting with his elegant stroke play on day one, and, resuming the second day on 84. The Windies, after dismissing Bangladesh for 149 and 168, and scoring 128 in their second innings, went on to win the match by 166 runs. “It was disappointing missing out on my first century. But I will just try to build on that, try and take it step by step,” said Hetmyer, who was competing in his seventh Test. The 20-year-old, who captained the Windies Under-19 team to the ICC Youth World Cup title two years ago, during his knock, slammed nine fours and a six, the latter of which was a peach, given the effortless use of his feet that he employed while hitting it straight. His innings, which also saw him sharing an innings topping four wicket stand of 109 with first innings century maker Kraigg Brathwaite, saw him passing the half-century mark for the second time, and took his average of 26.83. This is similar to his one-day international average of 30.22 from nine matches, including a top score of 127. Meanwhile, Hetmyer, who was dismissed for 18 in the second innings as the Windies tumbled to 128, is also happy with the support and encouragement he has been receiving in the team. “It’s a lot of motivation being around the senior players, as everyone backs me, and backs my ability and so on,” he said. “It’s a very good environment for me, and I gel very nicely with the guys.”last_img read more

Liverpool blow: Salah and Coutinho out of derby clash against Everton

first_img1 Liverpool will be without key duo Mohamed Salah and Philippe Coutinho for Friday’s cup clash against Everton Liverpool have suffered a double injury blow with both Mohamed Salah and Philippe Coutinho out of Friday’s FA Cup third-round clash against derby rivals Everton.The duo were both absent from the Reds’  2-1 victory over Burnley on New Year’s Day, with Salah sidelined with a groin problem and Coutinho out with a thigh injury.And manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that he will be without his key duo for the 230th Merseyside derby at Anfield on Friday night.Speaking at a pre-match press conference on Thursday, Klopp said: “Mo and Phil are not available, it’s not possible.”However, the boss said the Egyptian and Brazilian’s problems ‘are not big injuries’ and revealed that he expects Coutinho to be back in contention for the Premier League meeting with Manchester City on January 14.Meanwhile, Klopp suggested £75million signing Virgil van Dijk could be cleared to make his debut in the derby clash, although he did add that he still may need proper integration into the Reds squad before he considered for first-team action.“With Virgil it’s different, we’ll have to see,” the boss added. “He’s obviously healthy.“I still have to make a decision for this game, it’s not finally done, so we’ll see what we do with him.“It’s clear that centre-half is a position that usually needs to  be tuned to the rest of the team, but of course I can imagine everybody is desperate to see him on the pitch.“From our point of view, there’s no rushing the situation, it’s much more important how many good games he can play for us than how many he plays and when they start.”The Reds manager also hinted that he will otherwise field a strong line-up against the Toffees to prove the ‘respect’ he has for the FA Cup, following criticism that he does not take domestic competitions seriously.“[The team] is not decided so we’ll have to wait a little bit for last updates on each position before we make the line-up,” he said.“But it will be a line up which will show all the respect we have for the FA Cup.“A few people have said that I don’t respect cup competitions enough, but that’s actually not the truth, so maybe we have to make it a bit obvious.”last_img read more

Marshall Kirkpatrick Joins Read/WriteWeb

first_imgI’m very pleased to announce that Marshall Kirkpatrick is joining Read/WriteWeb as a Lead Writer, starting this Monday. Marshall teams up with Josh Catone in this role, meaning that Read/WriteWeb now has three daily writers (including myself). Marshall will focus on breaking news for Read/WriteWeb, something he is very skilled at and which will complement Josh and I well. Josh’s role hasn’t changed – he will continue to provide daily news and analysis. My own role will change a bit – I will still write daily on R/WW, but focus more on analysis. Also of course having Marshall on board allows me to spend more time growing the business.In order to join R/WW and work more on his independent consulting practice, Marshall has resigned from his role as Director of Content at SplashCast Media, a media syndication company. Many of you will remember Marshall from his previous job as lead blogger at TechCrunch. Before that, Marshall was the editor of AOL’s Social Software Weblog and he’s also written for NetSquared, a project of the nonprofit tech assistance organization CompuMentor. So Marshall brings to Read/WriteWeb a wealth of tech blogging experience and he will be an integral part of our team going forward.A note to startups and companies wishing to be covered by Read/WriteWeb: it is even more important now that you use the tips@readwriteweb.com email address to contact us with news. Josh and Marshall will be monitoring that address daily. I often don’t have the time to reply to startups who email me directly, something I’m forever feeling guilty about! So please use the tips address, to ensure the best chance of coverage on Read/WriteWeb. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… richard macmanuscenter_img Tags:#Admin#web Related Posts Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hostinglast_img read more

Internet of Living Things (IoLT): Wiring Up People and Pets to the Internet

first_imgThe idea of the Internet of Things (IoT) is that everything can be wired up with sensors to transmit data, and communicate and respond via a connection over the internet.  Typical examples of devices that can be enabled for IoT include mobile smartphones, industrial devices, smart meters, appliances like refrigerators and toasters, and infrastructure elements like lighting and heating.But IoT needn’t be limited to inanimate objects.  Advances in miniaturization and wireless communication are now making it possible to also wire up both animals and people with sensors.  Trackers now easily allow you to track the location of a pet or animal — in India herders are tracking the location of their cows, for example.More accurate monitoring and tracking of people with chronic disease is another such possible application.  Or being able to monitor healthy people but be able to identify precursors to possible problems well before the person becomes symptomatic.Clive Brown, CTO of Oxford Nanopore Technologies, for example, told PharmaTimes that devices to monitor health will become increasingly common.  “Think about a device performing a real time inventory of living systems, perhaps blood, food production lines, ecosystems etc. This is designed to stream to cloud based analysis services and thence tracked both over time, by location and other related data. The biological state of anything, then, becomes an extension of the internet. Analytics based on such stateful data streams can provide a new layer of intelligence about natural systems.”Collecting more information means that we’d be able to learn more too.  Hagen Finley wrote for O’Reilly Radar that “Even if 10% of the world’s population were to don sensors and anonymously share that data with research institutions, that would represent an exponential increase in the available data for research. While it’s nice to employ statistics to discover some hidden cause of jet engine failure using longitudinal studies, the possibility that the sensor data you shared would lead to a treatment of a disease that’s threatening to kill your child has the potential to be life changing. The IoLT addresses challenges about which we deeply care.”last_img read more

Danilo: Sarri ‘very similar’ to Pep

first_img Watch Serie A live in the UK on Premier Sports for just £11.99 per month including live LaLiga, Eredivisie, Scottish Cup Football and more. Visit: https://subscribe.premiersports.tv/ Danilo says Maurizio Sarri is “very similar” to Pep Guardiola in how he works, even if the Juventus boss “gives more freedom to individual initiative.” Danilo traded Manchester City for Juve over the summer, as part of the deal that took Joao Cancelo to the English champions, and the right-back is enjoying life in Turin.  “Turin is very different to Manchester,” the 28-year-old told Globo Esporte. “The fans are much more passionate, they stop you in the street. I like it, they come across more affectionate and motivated. “I’m gradually getting to know the city and I feel good. I’ve already realised that the cuisine here is spectacular. “In Manchester, I only had a handful of options to eat well. In Italy, instead, the culinary culture is extraordinary. We must be careful not to gain any weight! “In Premier League, the game is much more intense, there’s no comparison. In Italy, instead, it’s much more tactical and positional. It forces you to think more. “Sarri has modern ideas, he likes to keep a high defensive line and he wants us to keep the ball. “In this regard, it wasn’t a big change for me and I feel perfectly at ease. Sarri and Guardiola are very similar in many ways, especially in their meticulous approach to tactics and movement. “They thoroughly study opponents and the moves needed to predict every single situation. “It was all extremely mechanical at City, working on every step and every inch. Sarri, on the other hand, is a bit more elastic, giving more freedom to individual initiative. “In any case, their models are the same and it takes time to get used to. It took two years with Guardiola. “I think this Juventus, despite not being with them for long, are doing well and are on right track.”last_img read more

BJD bats for debate on Uniform Civil Code

first_imgNew Delhi, Nov 27 (PTI) The BJD today batted for a debate on Uniform Civil Code in Parliament, against the backdrop of the Supreme Court asking the government to come up with a view on the contentious issue. “The Supreme Court has asked the government to take a quick decision on the Uniform Civil Code. Article 44 of the Indian Constitution states that India should strive to have a Uniform Civil Code. The Constitution has enough powers for protection of rights of the minorities and the government should begin a discussion on the issue,” BJD leader B Mahtab said while participating in a debate in Lok Sabha on the Constitution. Yesterday, Minister for Social Justice Thawarchand Gehlot had made a strong pitch for implementation of the Uniform Civil Code. The BJD leader also attacked the BJP for disrupting the House and said his party did not advocate such “unconstitutional ways”. “Everytime we see the House in assembly there are people who jump into the well. Our party is not capable of getting our work done in an unconstitutional way. Is this freedom or the right we have achieved?” Mahtab said. He said the treasury benches should not consider the Rajya Sabha as a stumble because of the lack of numbers and the core principle is debate and discussion. Mahtab said a lot was being said on cooperative fedralism but the country should also focus on fiscal federalism. “There is a need to introduce fiscal federalism, German way of implementing fiscal federalism,” he said. PTI PR AKK AKKadvertisementlast_img read more

IPL 2019- KKR vs RR: Parag, Archer star in thrilling win

first_imgImage Courtesy: The HinduAdvertisementKKR captain Dinesh Karthik’s career-best knock of 97 was not enough to ward off RR who picked up their fourth win of the season to keep their hopes of qualifying to the playoffs alive.Image Courtesy: The HinduOpting to bowl first after winning the toss, RR skipper Steve Smith named two changes. Oshane Thomas was brought in for his maiden appearance while Dhawal Kulkarni was left out to make way for Varun Aaron.A shuffle in the top order which saw Shubhman Gill open alongside Chris Lynn did not help KKR’s fortune as the new ball pace attack ran through the top order. The ever-reliable Andre Russell failed to capitalise on the two chances he availed through dropped catches. The all-rounder was eventually caught off the bowling of Thomas.Immersed in an elixir of criticism, Dinesh Karthik managed to stand out with a sensational unbeaten knock of 97 which propelled the side to a total of 175 in their allotted 20 overs.Sanju Samson and Ajinkya Rahane got the visitors off a blazing start before the spin duo of Sunil Narine and Piyush Chawla wrecked havoc. Ben Stokes’ disappointing IPL culminated with a struggling knock.All seemed down and out for the inaugural IPL champions until a well-executed innings by the 17-year-old Riyan Parag brought them back into the game. Parag was dismissed in an unfortunate manner in the penultimate over. The youngster became this season’s first hit-wicket casualty leaving 9 runs to be scaled in the last over.Jofra Archer bid farewell in the most extraordinary fashion by sealing the game in just 2 balls. The all-rounder hit a four and a six off Prasidh Krishna to seal the game for RR.Brief Scorecard:KKR 175-6 (20 overs) (D.Karthik 97*; V.Aaron 2-20)RR 177-7 (19.2 overs)  (R.Parag 47; P.Chawla 3-20)Read Also:IPL 2019: Major blow for RCB as Dale Steyn set to return homeHow RCB can still make it to the playoffs of the IPL 2019 tournament Advertisementlast_img read more

Amazing Companies Giving Back to Hurricane Relief Efforts

first_imgIn the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, businesses and corporations are mobilizing their expertise, capabilities, and community resources to assist with the relief and recovery efforts. According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, corporate giants have contributed nearly $150 million to disaster relief efforts as of Friday, September 1.And Americans, including job seekers, are paying attention! 84% would consider leaving their current jobs if offered another role with a company that had an excellent corporate reputation. 69% would not take a job with a company that had a bad reputation, even if they were unemployed (Corporate Responsibility Magazine / Allegis Group Services Study, August 2012)!If you’re in the market for a new job and you’ve renewed your dedication to social good in the aftermath of the devastating hurricanes, consider applying to some of these charitable companies who are putting their money where their values are. Walmart Company Rating: 3.2Donation Details: Wal-Mart Stores and its foundation announced up to $20 million for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. This includes $10 million focused on support of American Red Cross shelters and $2 million in support of the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund at the Greater Houston Community Foundation. The retailer will also match customer donations two to one up to $10 million in cash and products.What Employees Say: “You can request management to help or match your contribution for a good cause. Go on line and pick a charity.” —Former Pharmacy TechnicianBrowse Open Jobs Anheuser-BuschCompany Rating: 3.3Donation Details: Anheuser-Busch is providing more than 155,000 cans of water to Baton Rouge, LA and Arlington, TX for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.What Employees Say: “AB is truly a company built from its people: passionate, independent, and entrepreneurial employees. It isn’t a surprise that these kinds of people flock to a company that allows you to own every aspect of your success and growth.” —Current EmployeeBrowse Open Jobs DELL | Michael & Susan Dell FoundationCompany Rating: 3.6Donation Details: Tech billionaire and Houston native Michael Dell has committed $36 million to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The pledge from the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation is the largest contribution to date. The founder and CEO of Dell and his wife Susan on Friday also announced the launch of the Rebuild Texas Fund, along with Texas Governor Greg Abbott. The pair has already donated $17 million to launch the fund. The goal is to raise more than $100 million for immediate relief efforts, as well as longer-term recovery and rebuilding.What Employees Say: “Very good gift matching program and you can also get charity matching by working certain hours per quarter, and decide which organization to donate.” —Former Commodity ManagerBrowse Open Jobs Johnson & JohnsonCompany Rating: 4.0Donation Details: Johnson & Johnson is working with three key partners already on the ground in Texas: AmeriCares, which is providing medicine and medical assistance to emergency shelters; Heart to Heart International, Inc., an organization that is deploying a mobile medical unit and supplies; and Save the Children, their global partner dedicated to children’s health and well-being. AmeriCares and Heart to Heart have both begun distributing 25,000 Johnson & Johnson hygiene kits stocked with soap, shampoo, toothpaste and other personal care items to emergency shelters and aid distribution centers.What Employees Say: “Great mission and values (Credo) driven organization. Great products and a willingness to try new ways of doing things (but still has a hard time of giving up the past).” —Former EmployeeBrowse Open Jobs VerizonCompany Rating: 3.5Donation Details: Until September 8, post- and prepaid customers will receive talk, text and data relief. Verizon will also pledge $10 million that will go to four relief-related nonprofits.What Employees Say: “Best benefits program I have ever had – amazing PPO medical, dental and vision for a minimum cost, great benefits for pregnancy and adoption/family medical leave/disability/flexible spending accounts/mental health/workers comp/other, life insurance, employee assistance program, 401k match up to 6%, tuition assistance, profit sharing,charitable matching, employee discount on many services including cell phone plans and 3rd party discounts for retailers, travel, etc.” —Former EmployeeBrowse Open Jobs AirbnbCompany Rating: 3.8Donation Details: Airbnb has activated their hosts across the state to open their homes for $0 for those evacuating or impacted by Hurricane Harvey. More than 500 hosts have listed their space. For those needing temporary accommodations please visit Airbnb.com/disaster-response. In 2016, Airbnb also launched a dedicated volunteering week to allow employees to devote a larger chunk of time to local projects.What Employees Say: “Mission driven. It’s wonderful to work for a community and an executive staff who try, at all times, to do what’s right. With a clear mission statement as a company, work feels meaningful, as even my level contributes to this grandiose vision of a better world. Sure, we make missteps, but the humility inherent in our culture means that we learn profound lessons from those missteps.” —Current EmployeeBrowse Open Jobs Glassdoor Company Rating: 4.0Donation Details: Glassdoor will be donating $5,000 to the Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce. A small town of about 10,000 people along the Gulf Coast, Rockport was the first area to be hit by the storm and has seen the most destruction, with electricity, roads, cell phone service, and other critical parts of their infrastructure effectively wiped out. The Chamber of Commerce plays a key role in supporting local businesses, and it is our hope that our donation can contribute toward sustainable economic growth in the wake of the hurricane. In addition, each of Glassdoor’s U.S.-based offices — Mill Valley, CA; San Francisco, CA; Chicago, IL and Green, OH — will be launching local drives to lend support to more specific organizations and areas, with Glassdoor matching donations up to $1,000 per office. Organizations receiving the funds will include the Houston Diaper Bank, JJ Watt’s Harvey Relief, Houston Humane Society and Corpus Christi Food Bank.What Employees Say: “GD is always supportive of the flexibility of their employees’ time and their community.” —Current EmployeeBrowse Open Jobs The Dow Chemical CompanyCompany Rating: 3.7Donation Details: The Dow Chemical Company Foundation has pledged $1 million to relief efforts. It will donate $100,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund, $100,000 to Team Rubicon and $200,000 to other local nonprofit organizations. The foundation will match employee and retiree donations up to $100,000. It will use the remaining $500,000 to help long-term rebuilding efforts.What Employees Say: “Work life balance is great, affords me time to spend with family and friends, enough help from experienced guys in the company. I see myself working for this company for the next 20 years.” —Current Senior Piping EngineerBrowse Open Jobs GIVE BACK: Help the victims of Hurricane Harvey by making your financial donation to the American Red Cross’ disaster relief services such as shelter, food, comfort, and medical assistance. American Red CrossCompany Rating: 2.9Donation Details: The American Red Cross is working around the clock along the Gulf Coast to help the thousands of people whose lives have been devastated by Hurricane Harvey. “Donations pay for Red Cross shelters and the volunteers who are supporting them. Last night, more than 42,000 people sought refuge in 258 Red Cross and partner shelters across Texas. An additional 1,500 people stayed in six emergency shelters in Louisiana, and a handful of people spent the night in evacuation shelters in Tennessee. Donations pay to transport more than 2,300 disaster workers to Texas, whether by plane, bus or car. More than 700 additional workers are traveling to Texas now. Donations pay for shelter supplies like cots, blankets and hygiene kits for 75,000 people with additional supplies for 10,000 people on the way. Donations pay for the more than 392,000 meals and snacks we have served with our partners since the storm began.”What Employees Say: “I absolutely LOVE volunteering at the Red Cross. It’s one of the BEST things that have ever happened to me. And I’ll volunteer at the Red Cross for the rest of my life. I LOVE it.” —Current VolunteerBrowse Open Jobs Major League BaseballCompany Rating: 3.9Donation Details: Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association will jointly donate $1 million to Hurricane Harvey relief and recovery efforts, spread amongst the American Red Cross and other humanitarian aid organizations in efforts to benefit neighbors and communities in need.What Employees Say: “Best insurance ever. Pay for nothing. Family covered. Big, renowned company. Growth opportunities.” —Current EmployeeBrowse Open Jobs AppleCompany Rating: 4.0Donation Details: Apple is accepting donations through iTunes. The company allows customers to pledge $5, $10, $25, $50, $100, or $200 — and 100 percent of every donation is passed onto the American Red Cross. They also made a $2 million contribution to the Red Cross and would match employee donations at a 2:1 rate.What Employees Say: “They match up to $10,000 in charitable gifts to organizations in education, health, human services, args and culture, civic, and environmental causes.” —Current Software EngineerBrowse Open Jobslast_img read more

The Highest Paying Marketing Jobs

first_img CRM Marketing Cloud Specialist AdventHealth Corporate Altamonte Springs, FL 23 hours ago 23h 3.4★ 2.5★ 3.8★ 3.5★ Marketing Coordinator Advantage Media Group Charleston, SC Marketing Representative Universal Windows Direct Indianapolis, IN Divisional Director of Sales and Marketing Avalon Health Care Salt Lake City, UT Marketing Internship Frontpoint Security Vienna, VA Leasing & Marketing Specialist – Hillside Senior The Franklin Johnston Group Gaithersburg, MD Hot New Jobs For You 23 hours ago 23h 3.2★ 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h 2.3★ Marketing Assistant Sheltering Arms Glen Allen, VA 23 hours ago 23h 4.3★ 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h 23 hours ago 23h Senior Strategist – Digital Marketing CarMax Richmond, VA Marketing is a constantly evolving industry. Every year, there are new technologies, new social trends and new markets to design marketing and advertising strategies around. This also means that there are a wealth of opportunities within the field that are constantly arising for people from diverse skill backgrounds, from technology to art.Another benefit of going into marketing is that you don’t always need a degree to break in. In addition, unlike fields like engineering or medicine, the academic degree you hold doesn’t necessarily need to correlate with what you do in your job every day. If you’re just getting started in marketing, entry-level marketing positions already have relatively competitive pay: the average base pay for marketing assistants, according to Glassdoor salary data, for example, ranges between $32,000 and $55,000 per year. On top of that, there is significant room for salary growth in this profession — the average base pay for a senior marketing manager jumps to a range of between $73,000 and $141,000 yearly, for example.On top of the potential for salary growth, the profession of marketing and advertising itself is expanding: according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for advertising, promotions and marketing managers is expected to grow by 10 percent between 2016 and 2026, which is faster than the average for other professions.What kind of marketing job is right for you? The field of marketing is diverse, with a need for skills from graphic design to Excel number crunching. There are many different roles available in marketing based on what your skills and interests are, including digital marketing, channel development, content marketing and product marketing. While a creative director and a market research analyst might be part of the same marketing department, their skills and daily duties couldn’t be further from one another. The jobs listed below cater to a wide skill set — but all of them have the potential for high pay.Which marketing jobs pay the most money? Chief Marketing OfficerGlassdoor Pay Range: $94,000 – $342,000The Chief Marketing Officer is responsible for the whole of an organization’s marketing and advertising activities. Their ultimate focus is to increase a company’s sales through effective marketing and advertising. Their duties include marketing budget management, conducting market research, managing the in-house marketing team and subcontractors, and managing the rollout of marketing and advertising campaigns.Channel Development ExecutiveGlassdoor Pay Range: $49,000 – $114,000In marketing, channel development means finding and sustaining channels for a company to sell and market its product through — for example, through a value-added reseller or online direct. People who work in channel development must be personable and have good communication skills, because the job requires building relationships with a variety of channels and businesses.Global Marketing ManagerGlassdoor Pay Range: $76,000 – $138,000Global marketing managers are typically found in larger corporations, where a company has a wide geographic sales reach. This role requires being able to work with partners from diverse backgrounds, establishing and maintaining relationships, and the ability to learn and understand new places and markets. It also often requires some travel!Creative DirectorGlassdoor Pay Range: $85,000 – $201,000Creative directors ensure that the creative juices are flowing in the advertising and marketing departments. Creative directors must be good at working with a variety of people from different career backgrounds, including graphic designers, copywriters, marketers and sales teams. Creative directors set creative visions for a product or brand, create a cohesive look for companies and campaigns, as well as hiring freelancers, subcontractors and full-time employees to help execute the creative vision.Content Marketing ManagerGlassdoor Pay Range: $56,000 – $115,000Content marketing managers are responsible for the marketing content a company puts out, such as blog posts and videos. Being a content marketing manager requires superior writing and editing skills, as well as knowledge of SEO. Content marketing managers also often work to shape the content marketing vision of a company. Content marketing managers must be good communicators, as they frequently must coordinate with freelancers and subcontractors, as well as work to communicate the company’s vision.Product Marketing ManagerGlassdoor Pay Range: $81,000 – $145,000Product marketing managers work to communicate the various attributes of a product to a market. This type of role is particularly common in the tech industry, where marketers must have a highly nuanced understanding of the capabilities and functions of their products. Product marketers work to both launch a product and to promote it throughout its lifecycle. Product marketing managers may manage larger teams of marketers underneath them.Marketing AnalystGlassdoor Pay Range: $43,000 – $80,000Marketing analysts gather and analyze data, conduct research and make reports and forecasts based on their findings. Using this information, they can scope out potential markets, chart product demand and give recommendations for pricing. The role of marketing analyst requires the ability to work with Excel and PowerPoint, as well as computational and analytical aptitude.Digital Marketing ManagerGlassdoor Pay Range: $50,000 – $104,000Digital marketing managers are in charge of creating marketing and advertising that directs online traffic to a company website, increases a company’s online sales and increases a company’s online brand recognition. Being a digital marketing manager involves an intimate knowledge of social media marketing, SEO and eCommerce, among other areas.Marketing Jobs Career AdviceIf there’s a specific field of marketing that attracts you, then, by all means, go for a degree that will help you advance in that field, be it graphic design, psychology, sociology or simply a degree in marketing. In addition, the field of marketing has many levels of entry, from social media marketing to digital advertising, and some of these entry points will provide the valuable skills and experience needed to advance within the profession. If you have creativity, good communication skills and the desire to think big, then marketing is the place for you. 23 hours ago 23h Sr. Manager, Marketing Analytics Watkins Wellness Vista, CA 23 hours ago 23h 4.0★ View More Jobs 4.2★ 3.6★ VP, Marketing Inman News United Stateslast_img read more