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13 days ago

Online Sales & Marketing Assistant Penguin Adult Books

Random House New York, NY

& Marketing Assistant to join their team. The Online Sales &… , the Online Sales & Marketing Assistant: 1. Provides administrative… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Marketing Manager DK (New York, NY) – new

Random House New York, NY

4. Writes descriptive marketing copy for online retailers, advertisements, and sales ca… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Consumer Insights Assistant

Random House New York, NY

Candidates with a creative approach to telling stories with data, comfortable working with primary and secondary research materials, and who thrive… Glassdoor

14 days ago

Sales Assistant - Penguin Paperback Sales

Random House New York, NY

Your challenge: Our Penguin Adult Paperback Sales team is looking for a dynamic, organized Sales Assistant to join their team. The Sales Assistant… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Assistant Content Coordinator - Living Language

Random House New York, NY

6. Assists Associate Director with larger projects as needed. Your profile: Please apply if you meet the fol… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Sales Coordinator-Paperback

Random House New York, NY

5. Liaises with marketing, editorial, and publicity departments Your profile: Please apply to join us if you meet the following requirements… Glassdoor

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    great benefits but little opportunity for advancement

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    Former Employee - Editorial Assistant in New York, NY

    I worked at Random House full-time (more than 3 years)


    Offers the highest salary, the best benefits, and the most vacation in the industry. (Though that's not saying all THAT much - starting salaries industry-wide are notoriously low.) You do feel like the company cares about its employees, which is unusual.


    Little opportunity for advancement - higher-ups don't seem to leave, and many aren't invested in training or mentoring their assistants for a career in publishing. You could languish in an entry-level job for years (and many do).

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    Invest some time in your assistants

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