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Marketing Managers

in Massachusetts

Plan, direct, or coordinate marketing policies and programs, such as determining the demand for products and services offered by a firm and its competitors, and identify potential customers. Develop pricing strategies with the goal of maximizing the firm's profits or share of the market while ensuring the firm's customers are satisfied. Oversee product development or monitor trends that indicate the need for new products and services.

Occupation Projection for Marketing Managers

SOC
Code
Title Employment Change Average Annual Typical education needed for entry
2016 2026 Level Percent Exits Transfers Change Openings
112021  Marketing Managers 14,510 15,724 1,214 8.37 % 344 918 121 1,383 Bachelor's degree 

Marketing Managers Projections by Industry

Industry 2016
Employment
Projected 2026 Employment Change
2016-2026
2018
Mean Annual OES Wage
Number Percent Distribution Number Percent Distribution Number Percent
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services    3,560  25 % 4,170  27 % 610  17 % $156,950
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services    3,560  25 % 4,170  27 % 610  17 % $156,950
Wholesale Trade    2,220  15 % 2,340  15 % 120  5 % $132,240
Finance and Insurance    1,850  13 % 1,940  12 % 90  5 % $150,130
Information    1,540  11 % 1,600  10 % 60  4 % $132,870
Management of Companies and Enterprises    1,440  10 % 1,550  10 % 110  7 % $148,950
Management of Companies and Enterprises    1,440  10 % 1,550  10 % 110  7 % $148,950
Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods    1,310  9 % 1,400  9 % 90  7 % $119,140
Publishing Industries (except Internet)    790  5 % 780  5 % -10  -1 % $127,240
Credit Intermediation and Related Activities    710  5 % 740  5 % 30  4 % $132,750
Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing    680  5 % 630  4 % -50  -8 % $160,310
Insurance Carriers and Related Activities    620  4 % 650  4 % 30  6 % $155,350
Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods    570  4 % 580  4 % 10  2 % $133,320
Wholesale Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers    340  2 % 370  2 % 30  7 % $147,650
Health Care and Social Assistance    330  2 % 370  2 % 40  14 % $114,320
Educational Services    320  2 % 370  2 % 50  15 % $113,820
Educational Services    320  2 % 370  2 % 50  15 % $113,820
Data Processing, Hosting and Related Services    260  2 % 300  2 % 40  14 % $138,290
Nonstore Retailers    250  2 % 310  2 % 60  22 % $131,480
Chemical Manufacturing    250  2 % 260  2 % 10  2 % $139,660
Other Information Services    240  2 % 270  2 % 30  9 % $127,660
Miscellaneous Manufacturing    210  1 % 210  1 % 0  2 % $149,860
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing    180  1 % 190  1 % 10  7 % $128,100
Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediat    170  1 % 190  1 % 20  9 % $151,880
Other Services (except Government)    160  1 % 180  1 % 20  9 % $109,520
Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional, and Similar Org    150  1 % 160  1 % 10  9 % $109,670
Real Estate    150  1 % 160  1 % 10  7 % $129,220
Nursing and Residential Care Facilities    120  1 % 150  1 % 30  18 % $101,280
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation    110  1 % 130  1 % 20  11 % $89,510
Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance
Economic Research
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