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Account Executive/Sales Development Training Program

TechTarget Newton, MA

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Production Specialist, IT Deal Alert

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Assistant Site Editor, TechTarget Data Center Virtualization Media

TechTarget Newton, MA

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Assistant Site Editor, TechTarget CIO/IT Strategy Media

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Front End Web Producer

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Senior Marketing Associate, TechTarget Health Care Media

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Coordinator/Manager, Editorial Expert Community

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    overworked and underappreciated

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    Current Employee - Associate Editor  in  Newton, MA
    Current Employee - Associate Editor in Newton, MA

    I have been working at TechTarget full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    open leave policy, ability to work from home, flexible hours, decent health and dental benefits, no real dress code, great place to work as a new grad

    Cons

    low pay, high rate of employee turnover -- and they often dont fill those positions, which means if someone on your team leaves, their work gets spread out across other members of the team who are often already overworked. promotions and raises are few and far between and dont come when employees really deserve them. Open leave policy makes me feel like i can never take time off because they make a point to remind us not to "abuse" it, but dont explain what would constitute abuse of the policy. Also, they tout the fact that they're on the list of Boston's best places to work, but that's because they send around a survey to employees and basically force us to fill it out. Also, the editorial department is basically the reason TT makes money, yet everyone only cares about the Sales and Marketing departments. They would have nothing to sell or market without Editorial, so I dont know why the leadership loves them so much. It would be nice for them to throw Editorial a bone once in a while.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    My direct manager is awesome, but his boss is kind of a dope and above that person, everyone is mean. I have gotten in trouble for asking questions of them before. One person in particular is a straight up curmudgeon for what appears to be no reason. I dont know how anyone works directly with him.

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