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Advertising, Marketing, and Sales Jobs and Job Search Resources


This page contains jobs, job search websites and employment resources for professionals seeking career opportunities in advertising, marketing, and sales. If you are seeking employment opportunities within a specific geography we invite you to also review the job search resources listed in the Jobs by State section of our website.
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  • AdAgencyJobs.net – Browsed by nearly 1,000 ad agencies in 20 major cities nationwide, this low-cost site offers job-seekers interested in the advertising business (media, account management, creative, etc.) the chance to anonymously post their resumes for review.
  • AdJobsInc.com – Designed for aspiring and experienced advertising professionals alike, this site (free to job-seekers) offers job-seekers the chance to post their resumes, research employers, and browse through numerous job listings. Internships, temporary, freelance, and full-time positions are all available and are searchable by location, job type, and keywords.
  • Advertising Jobs – Backed by the Advertising Media Internet center, this site offers a variety of posted job openings as well as a number of job wanted ads. Membership is required in order to view job listings, but is provided free of charge.
  • AllRetailJobs.com – This site provides job-seekers with a number of retail-related job listings. Jobs are searchable by location, job category, keywords, and industry. This site, available free to job-seekers, also allows users to post a resume.
  • AdAge Job Bank – Brought to you by the Monster Board and Advertising Age, this site provides access to a variety of jobs in the advertising industry.
  • American Marketing Association – Use this site to search through a variety of job listings, register your resume, or learn more about the American Marketing Association. This site does not have a posted Privacy Policy. Therefore, you are responsible for the protection of any private information you have listed on your resume.
  • BrilliantSalesJobs.com – Specifically designed for the use of sales professionals throughout the U.S. and Canada, this site offers job-seekers the chance to post their resumes and search through numerous job listings. Jobs are searchable by job category, keyword, and post date. A meta job search and other additional career tools are also offered. Services on this site are available free to job-seekers.
  • Careers in Marketing – This site offers job-seekers who are interested in the field of marketing an abundance of information, links, suggested books, and other valuable resources. This site is available free to job-seekers.
  • Communicators & Marketers JobLine – Access to this site is exclusively available to members of the International Association of Business Communications, the Seattle chapter of the Association of Women in Communications, the Puget Sound chapters of the American Marketing Association, and the Public Relations Society of America.
  • directmarketingcareers.com – This site allows direct marketing professionals to register for an e-mailed job matching service, and to search through a variety of posted job openings.
  • J. Carson & Associates – Maintained by an executive search firm, this site offers a variety of jobs in the field of marketing research. Available positions range from executive to analyst.
  • Jobs4Sales – This site offers job-seekers the chance to register for an e-mailed job agent and to search through a variety of posted job openings. Jobs are searchable by class (direct hire, contract, etc.), location, category (marketing, sales, advertising, etc.), and keywords.
  • MarketingJobs – Job-seekers can use this site to confidentially post their resume, and to search through numerous job listings. Jobs are searchable by category (administration, account management, etc), location (state & metro area), company, and keywords.
  • MarketingManager.com – Are you a sales or marketing professional looking for a position in management? If so, use this site to browse through both national and international job listings. Part of the CareerMarketplace Network, this site is available free to job-seekers.
  • Market Research Job & Resume Center – Are you looking for a job in market research? If so, use this site to post your resume or to search through a number of job openings. This site is available free to job-seekers.
  • RetailJobNet – This site allows job-seekers to confidentially post their resume and to search through a number of job listings. Jobs are searchable by position title, region, state, or metro area.
  • SalesHeads.com – This site (free to job-seekers) allows job-seekers, interested in the field of marketing, to post their resumes, gain access to a variety of links and valuable career advice, and browse through numerous job listings. Jobs are searchable by location, job category, company, and keywords.
  • SalesJobs.com – This site (available free to job-seekers) allows sales professionals to post their resumes, and browse through a number of job listings. Jobs are searchable by keywords, industry, and state, and include the date they were posted. Several links, useful to salespeople, are also available.
  • Talent Zoo – Advertising professionals can use this site to post their resumes, review salaries, subscribe to e-mail updates, gain access to expert advice and other career resources, and search through a variety of job listings.
  • TigerJobs.com – Are you looking for a job in sales, advertising, or marketing? If so, use this site to post your resume and to search through a variety of jobs listings from entry-level to executive level management. This site is available free to job-seekers.
  • TopSalesPositions – Job-seekers can use this site to post their resumes or to browse through a number of listed job openings. Jobs are searchable by position title, location, or industry. When posting a resume maintain your privacy by responding accurately to the questions asked on the resume creation form.