Project management job opportunities are increasing as companies realize that they need employees with the skill set to lead their big projects. Although opportunity is increasing, there are less candidates qualified and available to fill these positions. This will give employees skilled in project management the ability to choose work they want to do, while likely getting a higher salary to do it. A break down of salaries based on several factors is provided, as well as a link to learn more about project management as a career.
- In just one decade, employers will face a number of challenges themselves. They will have to fill almost 90 million project management roles.
- That information comes from a PMI report that could be useful. It was completed by the Anderson Economic Group to answer pressing questions.
- There is a talent gap and businesses will have to compensate for that. That reveals long term growth for anyone who needs to hire people.
“By 2027, employers will need to fill nearly 90 million project management related roles, according to the PMI report, which was completed by Anderson Economic Group.”