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Introduction Knowing the value of project management certifications, experience and skills can be a great advantage for organizations seeking to fill project management roles, as well as for individuals competing to qualify for those roles. To offer informed insight into this area, PMI publishes its biennial salary survey. For 15 years, this comprehensive report has been an industry-leading source of data, helping employers to better determine salary ranges, and giving project management practitioners a greater awareness of their earning potential. With information from more than 26,000 respondents in 34 countries, and salary data reported in local currency, this ninth edition of the survey, Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey, is a significant resource for project management practitioners and their employers, as well as compensation committees, human resource departments and executive recruiters. Survey Highlights Certifications such as PMI’s globally-recognized Project Management Professional (PMP) ® provide a significant advantage when it comes to salary and earning potential. Among survey respondents, those with a PMP certification garner a higher salary (20% higher on average) than those without a PMP certification. The median annual salary, across all countries, roles and experience levels, is $81,000 (USD). Twenty-seven percent of participants reported salary increases of at least 5% in the year before they completed the survey. Number of years of project management experience continues to have an impressive impact on salaries across the globe—in Singapore, for example, the median salary ranges from $47,657 (USD) for those just starting out in the project management field to $131,972 (USD) for those who have been in the field for 20 years or more. This represents an increase of 177% from low to high experience in the field. Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey, Ninth Edition 5

About PMI Project Management Institute is the world's leading not-for-profit professional membership association for the project, program and portfolio management profession. Founded in 1969, PMI delivers value for more than 2.9 million professionals working in nearly every country in the world through global advocacy, collaboration, education and research. PMI advances careers, improves organizational success and further matures the profession of project management through its globally recognized standards, certifications, resources, tools, academic research, publications, professional development courses, and networking opportunities. As part of the PMI family, Human Systems International (HSI) provides organizational assessment and benchmarking services to leading businesses and government, while ProjectManagement.com and ProjectsAtWork.com create online global communities that deliver more resources, better tools, larger networks and broader perspectives. About this Report The ninth edition of the PMI Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey builds on features added for the eighth edition. The PMI Market Research Department continues to evolve this valuable offering to best serve the global project management community. The ninth edition report is based on self-reported salary information from more than 26,000 project management professionals, bringing accuracy to the salary figures. The stratified random sampling methodology used for this study results in the ability to report meaningful compensation data for 34 countries. Comparison of Number of Respondents Sixth edition Seventh edition Eighth edition Ninth edition Australia 772 734 947 716 Belgium 0 275 300 215 Brazil 894 901 985 596 Canada 3,567 3,023 3,786 2,546 China 1,909 1,528 1,801 677 Colombia 0 369 438 289 Egypt 0 0 270 166 France 339 456 483 454 Germany 828 742 745 559 Hong Kong 154 259 289 254 India 1,553 1,689 2,036 1,197 Ireland 0 386 450 438 Italy 508 678 774 666 Japan 1,154 652 647 398 Malaysia 0 370 414 389 Mexico 293 369 569 513 Netherlands 0 303 342 331 New Zealand 282 442 690 505 Nigeria 0 203 273 212 Peru 0 244 320 272 Poland 0 0 426 293 Qatar 0 0 212 346 Saudi Arabia 258 307 341 370 Singapore 380 624 774 549 South Africa 0 0 645 544 South Korea 472 221 213 177 Spain 0 424 843 734 Sweden 0 397 494 399 Switzerland 0 304 449 375 Taiwan 309 230 269 179 Turkey 0 0 0 333 United Arab Emirates 412 474 373 417 United Kingdom 824 647 847 561 United States 19,916 13,572 13,877 9,677 Earning Power: Project Management Salary Survey, Ninth Edition 6

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    (IF COUNTRY IS US, ASK:) 3) Please

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    GUIDELINES FOR REPORTING COMPENSATI

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    (If there is a Career Path, ASK:) 4

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