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Advertising Manager Salaries by State

By Edited Jun 20, 2014 0 0

ADVERTISING MANAGER JOB DESCRIPTION

An advertising manager's job requires promoting an organization's products and services. They work alongside the sales and marketing departments and can work outside or within the company itself. Along with working in these departments, they are responsible for an ongoing advertising budget.

AD MANAGER DUTIES

Ad managers put a positive spin on a company's image through advertising campaigns on TV, radio, the internet, and so many other venues. Some other assignments advertising managers are in charge of are:

  • Ad design and implementation
  • Inventing catch-phrases
  • Advertising budget
  • Placing campaigns in the most influential markets
  • Highlighting company's best assests

ADVERTISING MANAGER SALARY

The ad manager possess a lot of responsibility when it comes to portraying their client's organization in a good light. The products, services, support, and other methods of distribution of a company can be quite overwhelming at time for a manager. And the added duties of coming up with a solid campaign can be absolutely stressful. The salary thus needs to be high. For the responsibility of the position is what determines the salary. Thus we have a list of advertising manager salaries organized by state. Hopefully this will help you to determine whether or not you'd like to enter this career field. It is a growing one. The following data is taken from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and is calculated by multiplying the hourly mean by 2,080 hrs.

Alabama

Hourly: $39.45 Salary: $82,060

Alaska

Hourly: $30.97 Salary: $64,420

Arizona

Hourly: $38.53 Salary: $80,140

Arkansas

Hourly: $38.90 Salary: $80,920

California

Hourly: $49.41 Salary: $102,780

Colorado

Hourly: $46.22 Salary: $96,140

Connecticut

Hourly: $45.89 Salary: $95,440

Delaware

Hourly: $45.28 Salary: $94,180

District of Columbia

Hourly: $46.31 Salary: $96,330

Florida

Hourly: $48.71 Salary: $101,310

Georgia

Hourly: $49.02 Salary: $101,960

Guam

Hourly: $19.61 Salary: $40,780

Hawaii

Hourly: $39.93 Salary: $83,060

Idaho

Hourly: $29.24 Salary: $60,810

Illinois

Hourly: $37.00 Salary: $76,950

Indiana

Hourly: $40.54 Salary: $84,320

Iowa

Hourly: $35.83 Salary: $74,530

Kansas

Hourly: $33.28 Salary: $69,210

Kentucky

Hourly: $27.65 Salary: $57,520

Louisiana

Hourly: $29.72 Salary: $61,810

Maine

Hourly: $28.58 Salary: $59,440

Maryland

Hourly: $41.12 Salary: $85,530

Massachusetts

Hourly: $55.02 Salary: $114,440

Michigan

Hourly: $52.27 Salary: $108,720

Minnesota

Hourly: $52.79 Salary: $109,810

Mississippi

Hourly: $29.02 Salary: $60,370

Missouri

Hourly: $37.07 Salary: $77,100

Montana

Hourly: $26.36 Salary: $54,840

Nebraska

Hourly: $33.50 Salary: $69,690

Nevada

Hourly: $35.36 Salary: $73,540

New Hampshire

Hourly: $29.27 Salary: $60,870

New Jersey

Hourly: $61.43 Salary: $127,770

New Mexico

Hourly: $30.00 Salary: $62,390

New York

Hourly: $69.20 Salary: $143,940

North Carolina

Hourly: $42.51 Salary: $88,430

Ohio

Hourly: $42.91 Salary: $89,260

Oklahoma

Hourly: $27.96 Salary: $58,160

Oregon

Hourly: $47.10 Salary: $97,960

Pennsylvania

Hourly: $44.84 Salary: $93,270

Puerto Rico

Hourly: $35.46 Salary: $73,760

Rhode Island

Hourly: $39.56 Salary: $82,290

South Carolina

Hourly: $35.18 Salary: $73,170

Tennessee

Hourly: $29.52 Salary: $61,400

Texas

Hourly: $38.67 Salary: $80,430

Utah

Hourly: $43.43 Salary: $90,340

Vermont

Hourly: $36.06 Salary: $75,010

Virginia

Hourly: $41.12 Salary: $85,520

Washington

Hourly: $44.55 Salary: $92,670

West Virginia

Hourly: $25.97 Salary: $54,030

Wisconsin

Hourly: $37.72 Salary: $78,450

CONCLUSION

If you're seriously considering becoming an advertising manager you must be able to handle stress, high demands, and a constantly changing market. Although this profession is growing (almost exponentially), it is a tough one to handle. So be sure this is what you desire. If so, then I hope that this article will help you in a small way to be successful. Good luck!

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