PMP is the most sought-after certiﬁcation for Project Managers advises the Project Management Institute (PMI)
According to PMI Today magazine (Oct 2017 edition), there are 761,905 PMP certiﬁed professionals across the globe.
The Project Management Professional (PMP) certiﬁcation is one of the industry’s most important certiﬁcations for project managers.
The salary of a certiﬁed PMP professional is $116,094 per year.
The PMP certiﬁcation also increases earning potential. PMP certiﬁcation holders earn 17 percent more than their non-certiﬁed peers according to the Project Management Salary Survey—Eighth Edition.
The PMP signiﬁes that you understand and speak the global language of project management and in turn connects you to a community of professionals, organizations, and experts worldwide.
The exam is administered by PMI.
According to PMI, Project Management is among the top skill sets in-demand at organizations across the globe.
To be eligible for the certiﬁcation program, you need to have enough Project management working experience.
At present, the examination fee is USD $405 for PMI member USD $555 for non-member
David spent 25 years as a senior project manager for USA multinationals, and has deep experience in project management. He now develops a wide range of project-related downloadable video training products under the Primer and PM Mastery System brand names. In addition, David runs project management training seminars across the world, and is a prolific writer on the many topics of project management.
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