Project management is a profession that’s growing fast and offers great compensation. According to Project Management Institute’s (PMI) “Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey,” the median U.S. salary for a project professional is $108,200. Additional research indicates that there could be 700,000 new project management jobs to fill in the United States alone by 2020.
Another interesting observation in report is the salary of certified PMP’s Vs non-certified project managers. Below is the snapshot of the same.
Below is the salary info for Project managers in India:
I would suggest our readers to go through the entire report for encouraging details about the future of project managers and project management. Unlike highly specialized professions, project management is one that spans industries, geographies and even organizational size. From the classic “two guys in a garage” startup to the world’s largest multinationals, all the changes that take place in an organization happen through projects and programs.
Organizations have never had so much pressure from change. Change is unrelenting, and the rate of it can disable companies. So it shouldn’t be surprising that there’s a high demand for professionals who can manage projects successfully from start to finish—while keeping the bottom line in mind.
So how do you capitalize on this opportunity? You need to skill-up and prove your credentials. The only way to do that is not just learn project management methodologies but also to clear certification exams like PMP or Prince2. You can contact us at +91-7760347754 guidance and training. We train professionals, provide 35 PDU’s and help them get certified.