PMI Salary Survey offers glimpse into salaries of project managers

A recent PMI salary survey covers the salary aspects of a project management career. If you're up to it, TechRepublic has some great PM resources.

If the latest PMI Salary Survey is any indication, there aren't many downsides to a career in IT project management. Even though many organizations aren't big enough to have an IT pro specifically designated as a Project Manager, those who can perform the duties of project management are in demand and earn a higher-than-average salary. The survey bears out that the average salary for an IT project manager is just over $100,000.

A recent piece on, covers the PMI survey, which breaks data down by job title, educational background, possession of a PMP certification, industry, type of project, and size of team.

If you think you'd be interested in pursuing a career in project management, click on TechRepublic's Training tab and see the range of courses available.

If you'd like to hone the PM skills you already have, TechRepublic offers a wealth of free resources provided by existing project managers. Here are a few:


Toni Bowers is Managing Editor of TechRepublic and is the award-winning blogger of the Career Management blog. She has edited newsletters, books, and web sites pertaining to software, IT career, and IT management issues.

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