Based on your answers, it sounds like you should look into job opportunities at other companies. Not to worry -- there are plenty of options out there that could be a better match for your interests and skillset. The checklist below will arm you with an action plan for finding the perfect company, nailing the interview, and finding success in your new role.

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 PREPARE YOUR RESUME

The Ultimate Checklist of Resume Tips

If it’s been awhile since you’ve written or updated your resume, you’ll need to revisit this document. Every little detail here needs to be right, but don’t let that overwhelm you. This checklist will help you keep track of the details when you're writing and editing a resume.

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10 Marketing Resume Templates

If you’re looking for a job in marketing, use these resume templates as a starting point. You’ll see templates for marketing interns and entry-level positions through managers and executives. Use these as an example of positioning and formatting.

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 REFRESH YOUR ONLINE PRESENCE

6 Things to Update Before Starting Your Next Job Search

We’re now in a world where information about you is readily available on the web and social media. This means before you start sending out those applications, it's absolutely necessary that you clean up and update your digital footprint and personal brand. Not only will this make your job search go more smoothly, but it’ll give you a chance to build a better career story.

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 FORM YOUR INTERVIEW STORY

Write a Cover Letter That Will Get You the Job

Your cover letter will give you the upper hand in ways your resume doesn't. It gives you a chance to show off your writing skills, provide additional details that you couldn't fit on your resume, demonstrate your passion for the job, and overall, help you tell a more authentic career story.

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Or, Don't Write a Cover Letter at All

In a world where attention spans are limited and people are busy, sometimes it’s better to try an alternative cover letter to tell your story. You could create a video, build a website, or showcase examples in a portfolio. This will help future employers find you before you even find them.

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FIND YOUR PERFECT FIT

Looking for a New Opportunity?

Let us help! Search the Inbound.org job board for opportunities at leading edge companies. You can also learn more about HubSpot’s culture and browse open positions on the HubSpot Careers site.

Make a Long List of Meaningful Connections

Sometimes it’s not what you know, but who you know that will land you a job. Networking can unlock opportunities you may not even know exist from your current vantage point. This post will show you how to hone your networking skills so you can build a high-quality list of connections and learn about exciting roles and companies.

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Keep Track of Your Job Applications

This job application tracker (a Google Sheets template) will help you organize the companies, positions, locations, contact information, etc. for each job you're applying for. Inside this template you'll see places to link the job description, company website, follow-up dates, and it'll even help you gauge your interest for a particular job.

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Learn How to Make the Most Money in Your Marketing Career

There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all career path. But if you’re trying to optimize your career for salary earnings, you might want to think strategically about which job you'll take next. These linear and non-linear growth models will show you how a career path can pan out monetarily.

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Marketer Salaries Across the US

How does your current salary stack up? Could you ask for more money in your next job? Get your grade to see where you fall amongst US marketers.

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NAIL YOUR INTERVIEW

How to Prepare for Your Next Job Interview

It’s hard enough to update your resume, write a cover letter, optimize your online presence, make connections, and find a job that really interests you. But if all that comes together and you get asked in for an interview, you want to make sure you don’t blow it. This checklist will help you feel great on the day of the interview.

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Have a Great Answer for Every Question

These are the 10 most popular questions hiring managers ask in an interview. Read through them so you can prepare the “right” answers and feel more confident next time you're in the hot seat.

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Ask Questions of Your Own

If you read through the above article with the top 10 most popular interview questions, you’ll notice that #10 is, “Do you have any questions for me?” Hiring managers expect you to be curious and inquisitive and come prepared with questions. This list of 14 questions should give you some ideas of questions you could ask at the end of your interview.

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Play to Your Strengths

Whether you're an introvert vs. extrovert, open-minded vs. highly focused, or auditory vs. visual learner, there is a way to play to your strengths in an interview.

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START OFF STRONG

8 Tips for Having a Great First Day

After all the time and effort you put into getting a new job, you might want to celebrate and relax. But honestly, the first day of your new job will be really tough to pull off. You'll need to meet people and remember names, get assimilated with the lingo, and go above and beyond to prove yourself. This post will help you plan the best first day ever.

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The First 100 Days

The first 100 days of a new job are critical for future success at a company. This ebook will show you how to make the most of these days, with tips from successful employees, managers, and companies such as Eventbrite, Twitter, and HubSpot.

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NEVER STOP LEARNING

Check out these suggested books if you want to take your job search to the next level.

The First 90 Days

By Michael Watkins - From mental preparation to early wins, this book will walk you through your first 90 days of a new job and help you get up to speed faster and smarter.

What Color Is Your Parachute?

By Richard N. Bolles - In this manual, you’ll find tips for writing impressive resumes and cover letters, guidance for confident interviewing, secrets to effective networking, and the ways to successfully negotiate your salary.

So Good They Can't Ignore You

By Cal Newport - "Follow your passion" isn't always good advice. This book explores the reality of how people end up loving what they do.

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