What does a social media marketer earn?
In today’s rapidly evolving business and technology landscape, organisations must evolve to take advantage of the incredible opportunities that social media has to offer. And that means there are more jobs.
The uptake of social media amongst businesses isn’t slowing down. More businesses are establishing a social media presence for the first time. Many more are growing their social budgets, posting more often, and producing higher quality content. But social media management isn’t something you can just pick up. It’s incredibly data-driven, creative, and disciplined.
There are heaps of exciting roles you can shoot for involving social media management. And there are going to be about 10.5% more jobs by 2022. Don’t want to be a full time social media manager? No worries. Your social media skills are transferrable to a whole bunch of different jobs across marketing, small business management, and more. Being able to handle social media responsibilities, and deliver measurable results, is a plus for potential employers. And the variety of tasks will keep you on your toes.
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Monarch’s Diploma of Social Media Marketing (10118NAT) will help get you on the road to a career in social media marketing.
Through this Diploma, you’ll not only learn all there is to know about social media, but you will also build a social media marketing strategy and implementation plan which can be immediately applied to your chosen business. Composed of nationally accredited competencies, this course will equip you with the knowledge and skills required to perform a range of social media marketing tasks. And in true social media style, the entire course is completed online.
Interesting in learning more? Get in touch on 1300 738 955 or check out the Diploma of Social Media Marketing here.
Sources : Extracted from Hudson Marketing & Communications Salary Guide, 2017
Junior role data derived from PayScale AU, Accessed,2018