Project Manager Career Path
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Project Manager Career Path

Job title

Salary range

Project

Coordinator

Assistant

Project manager

Project Manager

Senior Project

manager

Director of

Project

management

VP of Project

management

$32k-$52K

$42k-$62K

$52k-$92K

$82k-$102K

$92k-$122K

$102k-$132K

Years of experience


Education and required

experience

Entry level


  • High school diploma

Entry level


  • Bachelor's degree
  • Management
  • training

2-3 Years experience


  • Bachelor's degree
  • Computer Science

experience

Project

management

certification

6-10 Years experience


  • Bachelor's degree
  • Master's Preferred
  • Project

management

certification

10+ years experience


  • Post graduate

degree

Project

management

certification

Management

experience (with

multiple groups)

10+ years experience


  • Post Graduate

degree

Project

management

certification

Management

experience (with

multiple groups)

Active Partciation

in conferences and

trining programs

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publish time: 2021-06-18
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As an aspiring project manager (PM), there are three primary considerations when evaluating the role: core competencies, emotional intelligence, and company fit. Project Manager career map is often a challenging process as it requires a significant amount of research but knowing all the opportunities for advancement helps both employer and employee. A couple of steps are required to create a career map, like determining a starting point, determining the final goal, identifying how to connect the two points, and creating a series of smaller goals within two points. An entry-level aspirant usually earns $32,000 annually, whereas someone with a bachelor's degree can become an assistant project manager and earn up to $62,000 annually. The salary of other senior project managers varies as per their experience and skillsets.

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