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I'm currently a digital marketer for a Fortune 200 company - and while the money is really good, I can't stand the workload, and I'm desperate to get out. I don't mind taking a pay cut if my work-life balance and amount of vacation time improves. I was in a really good gig for that before this, but things changed, and in a panic, I got this job without a clear understanding of how badly it would affect my life.

So my question is, how do I scout jobs for a decent workload and benefits without coming across like someone who wants to do the minimal amount of work possible?
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>>1025171
>I can't stand the workload, and i'm desperate to get out.

Sounds like you shouldn't be there at all. Finding a new job especially within a dynamic environment could take months. Are you suited for that?

Also could you specify you question a bit.
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Well how many hours do you work and how much are you paid right now?
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>>1025189

I'm aware it could take a long time... Unfortunately I'm kind of tied to my city, too. I don't know how to specify further than saying I want to learn how hectic a job is going to be, what the state of their department is, etc. There's a big void of talent in the area in what I do, so I have the perception that businesses will say just about anything to get me in the door, like this job did.

>>1025198

About 60 a week, and that's just in-office time. A lot of times I have to take my computer home, and I still get get looked at like I'm not doing enough. My boss and her counterpart typically work 10-11 hours a day.

I make $75,000 a year.
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>>1025216

One last question - what level are you? First year, second, etc?
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>>1025262

Well, this is my first year at this job (10 months so far). I have 5 years of experience in the industry.
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I'm a digital marketer too and I make $70k & I work about 20 hours a week at most with 5 weeks of vacation. You dun goofed op

>current year
>working on a client side
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>>1025216

If you don't mind me asking, what does a digital marketer actually do?
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