The Project Management Institute’s ninth biennial report stated that salaries for Project Management Professional (PMP)® practitioners are 20% higher on average than those without a *PMP®! And the recently released Project Management Job Growth and Talent Gap Report // 2017-2027 (Source; Project Management Institute) shows the United States will enjoy a 31% increase in demand for project managers over the next ten years.
If you’ve been wondering whether the PMP® talent pool overly saturated, let me respond with a resounding “NO!” Project managers enjoy not only prestige and greater earnings power, but community with a global body of practitioners who support one another and share ideas, resources, and tools. Confidence won’t necessarily lead to better project results, but has it ever hurt you?
Chances are, you’ve already managed projects, and simply need to learn the lingo and apply tighter controls to your workflow. The best time to engage project management practices is certainly “sooner” rather than later. Contact us today, to learn about course opportunities in Texas. https://pm-isms.com/
* PMP® is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute.