Project Management Salary Survey 2021

William Meller - Project Management Salary Survey 2021
The twelfth edition of Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey charts the salary landscape for project professionals.

PMI's biennial report, Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey, is an industry-leading source of data for both project practitioners and organizations who want to stay current with the salary landscape for today's project professional, which reveals the power of continuous education and skill-building in the project management field as it can increase professionals’ earning potential. 

As disruptive as COVID-19 has been, project management skills and expertise are still heavily in demand. The twelfth edition of Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey charts the salary landscape for project professionals.

This critical data can also help employers, compensation committees, human resource departments, and executive recruiters better determine competitive and equitable salary ranges for project management roles within their organizations.

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Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey

As disruptive as COVID-19 has been, project management skills and expertise are still heavily in demand. The twelfth edition of Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey charts the salary landscape for project professionals.

“As indicated by the Salary Survey report, project managers who are committed to their ongoing professional development and upskilling are in a strong position to seize new opportunities,” said DePrisco. “The data shows strong financial benefits for project managers who are well-equipped to drive change for their organizations.”

PMI is the world's leading association for those who consider the project, program or portfolio management their profession. Through global advocacy, collaboration, education and research, we work to prepare more than three million professionals around the world for the Project Economy: the coming economy in which work, and individuals, are organized around projects.

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