“How much is the project manager’s salary?” Are you the one who has ever wondered about this?
Project manager is the spearhead of a successful project. No doubt, they have a myriad of vital jobs ranging from planning, executing, monitoring, to reporting on a project. Then, how much can a project manager earn?
Launching the latest data from PMI in the Project Management Salary Survey — Eleventh Edition, there are several factors that affect project manager’s salary. The factors that influence include:
Not only that, but PMI also wrote that there was a significant increase in salary among project managers if they had been certified as Project Management Professional (PMP). From the records of survey respondents, it was said that the average salary increase for project managers holding PMP certificates was around 22% compared to project managers who did not have them.
Interestingly, Indonesia, which was just registered in the latest PMI survey this year, is in the second place as the country with the highest percentage increase in salary for project managers who are PMP certified. The increase is 80%!
The first position is held by the Philippines with a salary increase of up to 84% for PMP certified project managers. In 3rd position, there are South Africa and Colombia with salary increases of up to 42%.
Still launching from the same data, the highest average project manager salary in the world is currently held by Switzerland, amounting to $132,086 or around Rp1,8 billion per year. Then followed by the United States and Australia, amounting to $116,000 and $101,381 or around Rp1.6 billion and Rp1.4 billion. Meanwhile, the lowest average project manager salaries are held by Pakistan and Egypt, which are $14,914 and $13,933 or around Rp213 million and Rp198 million per year.
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