CMOs Are Staying in Jobs Longer

A down economy has meant more stability for chief marketing officers, according to an annual report from Spencer Stuart. The survey found the average tenure for a CMO at a major firm was 34.7 months in 2009, a jump of 6.3 months over the previous year and the longest since the executive search firm began tracking the statistic in 2004.
 
In a statement, Tom Seclow, who leads Spencer Stuart’s marketing officer practice, credited the expanding skills of CMOs.

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