30 jobs in the PR and marketing world

Employees favor a career that values life outside the cubicle. Find out which organizations provide a primo work-life balance, and then peruse our list of current openings.

All work and no play could drive your employees away.

A healthy work-life balance is a prime factor for today’s workforce.

According to a survey conducted by World Services Group, millennials consider it the No. 1 benefit an organization can offer.

The professional services network surveyed over 3,500 millennial professionals (ages 25–40) at its firms worldwide, with nearly 1,600 responding. Participants were asked to rank their professional priorities from 1–5.

Their choices were:

  • Build wealth
  • Have a career that offers work-life balance
  • Professional leadership opportunities
  • Senior position in a leading firm
  • Participation in corporate social responsibility

A career that offers a great balance between their personal and professional lives was the No. 1 priority for respondents worldwide.

Here are the rankings from North America:

  1. Work-life balance
  2. Build wealth
  3. Professional leadership opportunities
  4. Senior position in a leading firm
  5. Corporate social responsibility

A recent report from Indeed shares the companies that excel at work-life balance. After analyzing its over 72 million ratings and reviews, the hiring site compiled its list of the top-rated companies offering the best balance.

Keller Williams Realty landed the No. 1 position. The list included a wide array of organizations, reinforcing the notion that the importance of work-life balance spans all industries.

Here are the top 10 organizations, according to Indeed:

1. Keller Williams Realty

2. Coldwell Banker

3. Cisco

4. Kaiser Permanente

5. Google

6. Capital One

7. Century 21

8. Nike

9. Northrop Group

10. Pfizer

See the full list here.

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Want to work for one of the organizations offering superb personal and professional life balance? Here are five open positions, including two with the organization topping the list.

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Manager, global internal communications—Godiva (New York)

Account director—Denterlein (Massachusetts)

Digital associate—Standing Partnership (Missouri)

Manager, customer communications—MTA New York City Transit (New York)

Account executive—Denterlein (Massachusetts)

Senior specialist, public relations—Alight Solutions (Illinois)

Senior investments writer—ICMA-RC (Washington, D.C.)

Communications specialist—McAfee (Texas)

Public relations and social media coordinator—The Estée Lauder Companies (Canada)

Brand content manager—Leafly (Washington)

Senior communications manager—Mars (Illinois)

Marketing manager—Sprint (Kansas)

Public relations manager—VML (United Kingdom)

Marketing director—NOLS (Wyoming)

Editor, marketing communications—Apple (California)

Marketing executive—JLL (United Kingdom)

Digital marketing manager—Zumba (Florida)

Product marketing manager—IBM (North Carolina)

Communications and public relations specialist—SCL Health (Colorado)

Social media / external communications intern—Cambia Health Solutions (Oregon)

Content marketing manager—Accenture (Canada)

Marketing analyst—Cengage (Michigan)

Marketing director—Davis Chocolate (Indiana)

Director of marketing—Acadia Health (Tennessee)

Marketing coordinator—University of Louisville (Kentucky)

If you have a position you’d like to see highlighted in PR Daily’s weekly jobs post, or if you’re searching for career opportunities, RaganJobs.com is the perfect place to find or post high-quality job openings.

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