2010 Project Management Salary Survey

More than 2,000 project management professionals between January and March 2010 responded to a salary survey sponsored jointly by TenStep and ASPE-SDLC. This web seminar will present the findings. Four main areas will be covered: overall demographics, demographics specific to project management, salary details and salary analysis. You will learn if having your PMP increases your salary, if years of project management experience gives you a leg up, or if the industry you work in has an impact on what you get paid. Our goal is to provide you data to help you effectively and efficiently plan your career. Also, the data provided will allow managers to better understand the value of their project professionals in order to keep attrition low and production high.

Specific questions that will be answered:

o The ratio of men to women in Project Management
o The salary gap between equally skilled male and female project professionals
o What is/are the hot certification(s) for project professionals globally
o How many professionals work in organizations that have PMOs
o How much does the average project management professional make by worldwide geographic region
o How much in bonuses do project management professionals receive
o What is the outlook on compensation for project management professionals
o How much training does the typical project professional take each year
We will report some very surprising results, specifically around the predictors of salary. You will get a better picture into how project professionals see themselves and their industry.

They will report some very surprising results, specifically around the predictors of salary. You will get a better picture into how project professionals see themselves and their industry.

PDU: 1
COST: Free

Speaker: David Mantica, President of ASPE, has more than 18 years of experience in product development, marketing and executive management in the business-to-business for profit training industry. He has Product Managed the development of curriculum and courses that have been delivered throughout the world and which have generated over $150 million in revenue. He was instrumental in the development of the CompTIA Learning Alliance, chaired its Training Provider Task Force and held positions on the boards of the DSLcon and Frame Relaycon trade shows, and is currently on the Board of the IIOM. He helped found the TruSecure Certification offering, has written numerous articles for Certification Magazine, Outside Plant Magazine, & Communication News. David has spoken at major education and technology conferences including Comdex Chicago, OSP Conference, 1-jobs Career Fairs, ACUTA Conferences and at numerous IIBA and PMI regional chapter meetings. Also he has lead over 20 web seminars informing over 2500 business professionals on training and technology topics. David’s expertise is in understanding the business drivers that underscore the need for technology and in finding a marketing place for educational products to help professionals achieve competitive advantage through the alignment of business and IT.

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