January 2008
Marketing (00253650);1/23/2008, p71
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the salary of marketing executives in Great Britain. The best-paid marketing executives work in the South East where they earn more than the average salary of £31,635. Marketing executives can expect the biggest salary if they work in South-West inner London where their salary can reach to £63,466. Meanwhile, marketers in Nottinghamshire are the worst-paid with average earnings of £24,226.


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