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Slide 1: ==== ==== Part Time Jobs Making $48 An Hour Or More http://www.parttimejobsinchicago.com ==== ==== In March, I attended a seminar called Recruiting Marketing Talent in Today's Tough Environment. A panel of highly regarded executive recruiters, each with his/her own niche but all working with mid-senior level marketing positions, discussed emerging trends in marketing hiring, the marketing job outlook, particularly in Chicago, and what they see going forward in 2010. The takeaway? The overall outlook was very positive. After a year and a half of downsizing, layoffs, salary cuts, bonus drops and mergers, the conversation was uplifting and reassuring. Why? The Chicago job market for marketing professionals is coming back. After a bleak 2009 where local marketing firms were simply not hiring, the tide has turned. Recruiters are hearing phones ring once again. Clients are looking for talent. And they're willing to pay for good people. Now there's a caveat. Clients who are hiring are looking for skills above and beyond branding and product development. It's no longer enough to simply be a smart marketer. The new marketing hires must be generalists. That means marketing professionals must be able to train and manage staffs, focus on the bottom line (profits, not just creative) and be hands-on. Staffs are lean, which means job descriptions include a lot more responsibilities than they once did. The Recession of 2008 hasn't just eliminated jobs; it's eliminated departments. Where the Jobs Are As expected in a slow recovery, not all industries jump back at the same time. Where are the best opportunities for marketing hires right now? Healthcare (especially preventive healthcare and pharma), green marketing (or "responsibility marketing" as it's been called), digital and social media marketing. One of the panelists has also seen a surge in restaurant marketing. I spoke with Lynn Hazan, one of the panelists, after the seminar. CEO of Lynn Hazan & Associates and a seasoned executive recruiter, Lynn spoke of seeing a "new energy" this year. Phones are ringing. Earnings (at her firm) have doubled since last year. And clients are hiring. But they're choosier....not only because they can be since so many people are looking, but because they're seeking hires who bring value to the firm. Lynn's suggestion to people looking for marketing positions: Identify what you're really good at and focus on those strengths. Think of yourself as an entrepreneur and hone your skills. What will make you valuable to your new employer? Lynn also believes this is the perfect time to reinvent yourself. The world has changed. The rules are different. If you see something you'd love to do and you have the talent, go for it.
Slide 2: Opportunities As more and more Baby Boomers begin to retire, demand for top talent will increase. The GenXers will be sought after. And Gen-Yers will no doubt find it easier to get hired as well. Full-time vs. Part-time Much has been written in the past few months about freelancers being more and more prevalent. People going from gig to gig, taking on project work in lieu of full-time positions. And that doesn't appear to be changing. In a front-page story in the April 20, 2010 issue of The New York Times, Recession Adds to Appeal of Short-Term Jobs, reporter Michael Luo spoke to a number of professionals who are "looking at multiple temporary jobs as the equivalent of a diversified investment portfolio." Some are working with temporary placement firms. Others are employed "directly by contracting firms". And then there are the freelancers who've decided since there's no longer security working for someone else, they may as well work as independent contractors. I've seen more and more of this over the past six months. People I meet at networking events are not just looking for full-time positions. They're just as likely to be looking for project or contract work. Will these part-time gigs turn into full-time jobs? Maybe. Or perhaps there'll be more long-term project work instead, eliminating the need for employers to pay healthcare and other benefits. Takeaways If you're a marketing professional and are job hunting, here's what you need to keep top of mind: • It's no longer enough to go in and do a good interview. You need to pull off a WOW! showem-your-stuff, blow-em-away with your capabilities presentation. In other words, you'd better show how you'll add value to the company if you want to work there. • The new reality is that marketing professionals must now be working managers. In a competitive market, the best competitor wins. If you want it to be you, you need to ramp up your interviewing skills and focus on what you will do for the firm. Might be a little challenging and yes, the rules have changed. But if it's marketing work you're after, the work is here. And that's good news. Rickey Gold & Associates is a small, savvy Chicago-based marketing communications firm. They craft marketing messages that turn prospects into clients, focusing on social media marketing. Visit them online at: http://www.rickeygold.com rg@rickeygold.com 773.348.4973
Slide 3: Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Rickey_Gold ==== ==== Part Time Jobs Making $48 An Hour Or More http://www.parttimejobsinchicago.com ==== ====

   
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