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Size doesn’t matter. Culture does.

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14:20 PM | 12 May 2011
by Adam Oldfield
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In the quest for your dream job in marketing and advertising, people will talk endlessly about which type of organisation is right for you; its reputation, its size, the number of clients or the number of offices there are from Adelaide to Zanzibar.

In the quest for your dream job in marketing and advertising, people will talk endlessly about which type of organisation is right for you; its reputation, its size, the number of clients or the number of offices there are from Adelaide to Zanzibar.

None of this really matters when you consider the average person spends a third of their life at work. This industry, more than most, is about people and relationships, not bricks and mortar or the number of giant yellow pencils in reception. Loving what you do and who you work with is far more important than the name above the door.

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