What type of jobs should I be pursuing?
Finance and marketing are an interesting combination. When you think of why you chose them, does that help you decide where to focus? Perhaps not, and perhaps you have moved on. Don't be too concerned about trying something and moving if it isn't for you.
If you want to combine the two then you could explore the area of media buying.
If you want to keep the marketing option open, then it is probably better to focus on commercial rather than financial sector roles.
How important is money to you? Generally, a finance role will be better paid, particularly at the beginning of a career. It is also worth noting that it is probably easier to move from finance to marketing is you decide to change later because you will probably have developed more transferable skills.
Have you considered insurance sales? Employee Benefits, in particular, is a great industry to get into. You can work for a carrier or at a broker's office. If you like the numbers side...underwriting and actuaries. If you like the relationship side...sales and account management. This is an industry with a lot of growth and income potential. And there is always great need for good people!
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You could certainly combine the 2. Budgeting and planning are an important part of marketing, so you could look for work in the finance department of a large marketing firm, and then see if you can get involved on the creative side.
By the same token, financial firms do plenty of marketing and you could get a job in the marketing department of a financial firm.
When you are unsure about a career path, choosing a smaller firm where they need people to perform a wider variety of tasks is always a good way to go.