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3 Project Management Salary Survey Seventh Edition Project Management Institute Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, USA 2011 Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI). All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of PMI.

4 Project Management Salary Survey ISBN: Published by: Project Management Institute, Inc. 14 Campus Boulevard Newtown Square, Pennsylvania USA. Phone: Fax: Internet: Project Management Institute, Inc. All rights reserved. "PMI", the PMI logo, "PMP", the PMP logo, "PMBOK", "PgMP, Project Management Journal", "PM Network", and the PMI Today logo are registered marks of Project Management Institute, Inc. The Quarter Globe Design is a trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc. For a comprehensive list of PMI marks, contact the PMI Legal Department. PMI Publications welcomes corrections and comments on its books. Please feel free to send comments on typographical, formatting, or other errors. Simply make a copy of the relevant page of the book, mark the error, and send it to: Book Editor, PMI Publications, 14 Campus Boulevard, Newtown Square, PA USA. To inquire about discounts for resale or educational purposes, please contact the PMI Book Service Center. PMI Book Service Center P.O. Box , Atlanta, GA USA Phone: (within the U.S. or Canada) or (globally) Fax: Printed in the United States of America. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, manual, photocopying, recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without prior written permission of the publisher. The paper used in this book complies with the Permanent Paper Standard issued by the National Information Standards Organization (Z ) ii

5 Table of Contents Introduction...1 About PMI...1 About This Report...1 Report Format...2 Data Considerations...3 Reporting of Compensation Data...3 Summary of Findings...4 General Overview...4 Country of Employment...5 Number of Years Experience in Project Management...6 Position...7 Project Size...8 Detailed Findings...10 Australia All Respondents...10 Belgium All Respondents...18 Brazil All Respondents...26 Canada All Respondents...34 China All Respondents...42 Colombia All Respondents...50 France All Respondents...58 Germany All Respondents...66 Hong Kong All Respondents...74 India All Respondents...82 Ireland All Respondents...90 Italy All Respondents...98 Japan All Respondents Korea All Respondents Mexico All Respondents Malaysia All Respondents Netherlands All Respondents New Zealand All Respondents Nigeria All Respondents Peru All Respondents Saudi Arabia All Respondents Singapore All Respondents Spain All Respondents Sweden All Respondents Switzerland All Respondents iii

6 Taiwan All Respondents United Arab Emirates All Respondents United Kingdom All Respondents United States All Respondents Appendix A Demographic Comparisons by Country Appendix B Survey Instrument Appendix C Sampling Methodology Appendix D Exchange Rates iv

7 About PMI Introduction Vital and forward thinking focused on the needs of project management professionals worldwide; that s the Project Management Institute of today. We ve long been acknowledged as a pioneer in the field and now our membership represents a truly global community, with nearly 370,000 professionals, representing over 185 countries. PMI professionals come from virtually every major industry, including, aerospace, automotive, business management, construction, engineering, financial services, information technology, pharmaceuticals, healthcare and telecommunications. About This Report The seventh edition of the PMI Project Management Salary Survey builds on features added for the sixth edition. The PMI Research Department continues to evolve this valuable offering in order to best serve the global project management community. The seventh edition report is based on self-reported salary information from over 30,000 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 29 countries (more than a 50% increase in the number of countries since the sixth edition). Comparison of Number of Respondents Fifth Edition Sixth Edition Seventh Edition Australia Belgium Brazil Canada China Colombia France Germany Hong Kong India Ireland Italy Japan Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Peru Saudi Arabia Singapore South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States ,916 13,572 1

8 The report includes eight major position descriptions/levels in reporting the data. PMI worked with a third-party research firm, as well as with a volunteer group of PMI members, in order to make these descriptions as meaningful and real-world as possible. The use of these position descriptions to cross-tabulate the data throughout this report makes such information useful to everyone from entry-level project managers to senior executives in project management. In addition, the analysis of 15 demographic variables relating to compensation makes this report a must-have for project management employees and employers alike, not to mention compensation committees, human resource departments and executive recruiters interested in the project management profession. Within each country, annualized salary information is shown across each of the following variables: Position Description Gender Years Work Experience Department/Function Years Worked in Key Techniques Industry Years Worked in Project Management Type of Project Highest Formal Education Level Obtained Number of Employees in Entire Organization Degree in Project Management Average Project Team Size PMP Status Typical Project Budget Training Per Year The report also includes reported salary increases over the past 12 months and expected salary increases over the next 12 months, as well as information on the presence of career paths for project managers across the globe and employee benefits such as stock options, pension plans and vacation days. Lastly, as a member benefit, PMI members can access a customized salary query at no charge by visiting the Members Area of the PMI website ( This query has been enhanced to include the following salary variables: Country Position Industry* Company size (annual revenues)* State and metropolitan area (U.S. salary queries only) Province (Canadian salary queries only) PMP Status Option to exclude self-employed respondents (because self-employed data can skew results) *Available for Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Singapore, UK and U.S. salary queries only Report Format Immediately following this section of the report is the Summary of Findings section, which includes a discussion of the key findings from this year s survey. After the Summary of Findings, you will find the Detailed Findings from the survey. This part of the report is organized by country. All compensation information in the Detailed Findings section is shown in the local currency of each country. Finally, the following appendices are located near the end of the document: Appendix A Demographic Comparisons by Country Appendix B Survey Instrument Appendix C Sampling Methodology Appendix D Exchange Rates 2

9 Data Considerations The validity of data in the report, as in all survey research, is impacted by sample sizes. In some cases, the level of analysis in this report results in a small sample size. Small sample sizes provide less reliable summary statistics, such as means and medians, whereas larger sample sizes result in more reliable data. Therefore, salary data are presented in the report only if at least ten individuals provided information for a given response choice. That is, no information (denoted by in the tables) is shown in this report unless there are at least ten respondents for a given education level, industry affiliation, company size, etc. Although the number ten is an arbitrary number, PMI has used this threshold in previous salary survey reports. Furthermore, requiring such a minimum does assure respondent anonymity and provides a greater level of reliability in the data. Sample sizes are reported in all tables by using the symbol n. Percentages less than 0.5% are noted by the symbol *. Reporting of Compensation Data Although this survey did include questions about alternative compensation methods (such as bonuses), those earnings are not included in the salary figures. Instead, earnings from other methods are included in the total compensation figures. Furthermore, only those respondents who reported that they are employed full-time are included in the salary data. Salary data are presented for the 25th percentile, 50th percentile (median), 75th percentile and mean. A description of each follows: 25th percentile - The value above which 75% of respondents earned more. For example, if the 25th percentile for annualized salary was $60,000, then 75% of survey respondents earned more than $60, th percentile - 75th percentile - Mean - Also known as the median. The value at which half of all respondents earned more and half earned less. For example, if the 50th percentile for annualized salary was $80,000, then 50% of survey respondents earned more than $80,000 and 50% earned less than $80,000. The value above which 25% of respondents earned more. For example, if the 75th percentile for annualized salary was $100,000, then 25% of survey respondents earned more than $100,000. Also known as the arithmetic average. The mean is more susceptible to outliers (unusually large or small numbers) in the data than the median. 3

10 General Overview Summary of Findings Most participants (71%) report that their total compensation (including salary, bonus and other forms of compensation) increased over the 12 months prior to completing the salary survey, with nearly one third of respondents reporting increases of at least 5% over that time period. This is impressive given the impact the sluggish global economy has had on overall employment figures. The median annualized salary recorded in this survey, across all countries, roles and experience levels is $92,000 (USD). Approximately 75% of respondents earned at least $65,168 (USD), and the upper 25% earned at least $118,000 (USD). However, as one would expect, median salary varied greatly depending on a number of key demographic factors, the greatest of which are: Country of employment Number of years experience in project managementposition/role Average size of projects managed, including average project budget and average project team size A more detailed analysis of these factors follows. 4

11 Country of Employment As seen in the table below, the median salary (when converted to U.S. Dollars using normal exchange rates) for someone in the project management profession varies widely from country to country. The country with the highest median salary ($160,409 USD) is Switzerland, whereas the country with the lowest median salary is China ($23,207 USD). Annualized Salary (in USD) by Country Country n= Median Salary Exchange Rate Switzerland ,409 Australia ,497 Germany ,347 Netherlands ,775 Belgium ,750 United States 13, ,000 Ireland ,635 Canada ,517 United Kingdom ,384 New Zealand ,109 Sweden ,000 France ,116 Japan ,787 Italy ,597 Spain ,597 United Arab Emirates ,880 Brazil ,491 Singapore ,426 Hong Kong ,257 Saudi Arabia ,997 South Korea ,214 Colombia ,269 Mexico ,657 Malaysia ,761 Peru ,884 India ,390 Nigeria ,580 Taiwan ,256 China ,207 5

12 Number of Years Experience in Project Management Although the total number of years of work experience does appear to impact salary, the stronger correlation is with the number of years a person has actually worked within the project management profession. Not surprisingly, the difference in median salary varies by country. The most dramatic increase is seen in China. The median salary ranges from $18,566 (USD) for those just starting out in the project management field to $71,169 (USD) for those who have been in the field over 20 years. This represents an increase of over 280% from low-to-high experience in the field. The difference in median salary is not as striking in Sweden. For those with less than three years experience, the median salary is $71,150 compared with $100,000 (USD) for those practicing project management for 20 years or more. Annualized Salary (in USD) by Years Experience in Project Management <3 years 3-<5 years 5-<10 years 10 -< 15 years 15 - < 20 years 20+ years % Increase China $18,566 $18,566 $23,207 $34,037 $30,943 $71, % Nigeria $15,945 $23,332 $33,552 $54, % Colombia $26,125 $30,371 $47,244 $64,117 $78,740 $67, % Peru $20,167 $28,888 $35,974 $45,058 $50, % Malaysia $25,514 $30,152 $35,855 $47,946 $59,642 $61, % Brazil $48,382 $53,188 $65,685 $85,550 $92,279 $115, % United Arab Emirates $54,726 $58,811 $70,791 $81,682 $78,414 $125, % Spain $58,803 $55,536 $67,224 $87,116 $88,205 $126, % New Zealand $57,979 $73,569 $86,140 $98,978 $115,957 $124, % Mexico $31,140 $38,391 $40,951 $51,086 $64,317 $64, % Belgium $69,693 $76,226 $100,114 $118,332 $129,585 $138,109 98% Singapore $52,134 $53,763 $68,630 $79,423 $89,605 $97,751 88% Saudi Arabia $31,999 $50,665 $63,997 $72,530 $86,663 $58,664 83% United Kingdom $65,863 $77,108 $86,746 $99,597 $110,842 $120,481 83% Ireland $73,322 $74,048 $94,375 $108,895 $123,414 $130,674 78% Hong Kong $44,980 $44,723 $64,257 $69,243 $77,108 71% Japan $65,462 $74,389 $86,787 $91,412 $99,185 $111,584 70% India $23,328 $24,664 $32,511 $43,397 $44,843 $39,238 68% Netherlands $83,268 $98,731 $116,154 $126,318 $137,933 66% Canada $72,591 $77,776 $90,221 $103,702 $115,109 $119,257 64% Germany $79,856 $87,116 $103,813 $116,154 $130,674 $130,674 64% Australia $108,378 $107,305 $131,985 $155,593 $166,323 $171,688 58% France $70,419 $70,419 $81,308 $89,163 $107,588 $108,895 55% Switzerland $130,703 $154,230 $166,350 $190,114 $201,996 55% South Korea $48,719 $51,529 $60,898 $65,583 $74,952 54% United States $78,950 $85,000 $97,000 $108,000 $116,000 $120,000 52% Italy $63,242 $69,693 $79,856 $88,568 $92,924 47% Sweden $71,150 $75,000 $85,325 $95,000 $100,000 $100,000 41% Taiwan $25,251 $24,815 $30,432 $34,062 35% 6

13 Position Within the various levels of project managers, salary appears to increase with added responsibility. The rate of increase again varies by country. In Canada, the median salary increases from $79,902 (USD) for a Project Manager I, to $88,458 for a Project Management II, to $98,517 for a Project Manager III. In the Netherlands, Program Managers earn a median salary of $124,721 (USD), and Portfolio Managers earn over $13,000 (USD) more than Program Managers and $26,000 (USD) more than the highest level project managers. Annualized Salary (in USD) by Position Director of PM/ PMO Portfolio Manager Program Manager Project Manager III Project Manager II Project Manager I Project Management Specialist Project Management Consultant Australia $160,958 $171,688 $160,958 $144,862 $128,766 $107,305 $138,960 $139,497 Belgium $136,481 $128,496 $118,332 $110,396 $95,341 $82,512 $108,895 Brazil $119,834 $96,124 $79,244 $76,899 $64,563 $58,315 $63,442 $64,403 Canada $117,066 $111,479 $105,776 $98,517 $88,458 $79,902 $82,961 $108,887 China $30,943 $36,822 $30,943 $27,849 $23,207 $20,113 $18,566 $18,566 Colombia $58,043 $67,492 $60,742 $51,547 $47,244 $31,060 $43,200 $51,125 France $113,251 $97,860 $94,375 $94,375 $79,856 $79,856 $87,116 $89,294 Germany $133,941 $123,414 $121,962 $116,154 $104,539 $94,375 $104,539 $116,154 Hong Kong $77,108 $69,397 $64,257 $53,076 $43,695 $50,316 India $44,843 $42,601 $37,444 $31,390 $26,906 $24,215 $29,148 $29,148 Ireland $117,606 $133,578 $108,169 $101,635 $91,472 $79,130 $101,635 $105,991 Italy $102,216 $94,375 $79,856 $72,597 $70,419 $62,433 $72,597 $65,337 Japan $105,384 $117,535 $99,185 $99,185 $86,787 $81,828 $81,208 $86,787 Malaysia $51,856 $60,504 $47,714 $43,221 $39,761 $29,821 $30,318 Mexico $61,426 $61,853 $50,613 $45,114 $37,426 $33,273 $39,927 $42,998 Netherlands $109,361 $137,933 $124,721 $111,929 $97,030 $91,472 $101,635 New Zealand $118,442 $118,028 $103,451 $95,251 $78,685 $65,256 $72,888 $113,473 Nigeria $46,664 $38,120 $38,120 $20,703 $27,604 $32,862 Peru $54,506 $49,055 $43,605 $31,613 $21,802 $34,884 $30,523 Saudi Arabia $112,422 $81,597 $73,997 $79,997 $60,798 $46,531 $51,198 $62,238 Singapore $89,605 $127,077 $81,459 $73,314 $65,168 $57,421 $51,890 $71,725 South Korea $74,952 $71,204 $65,583 $61,367 $53,872 $54,340 $56,214 $47,782 Spain $100,183 $87,116 $85,011 $75,500 $68,023 $60,981 $66,789 $62,433 Sweden $110,000 $107,902 $100,000 $90,000 $82,760 $81,000 $90,000 $90,020 Switzerland $207,937 $178,232 $178,232 $167,538 $146,150 $133,080 $139,021 $157,438 Taiwan $34,829 $33,087 $36,466 $28,385 $25,077 $26,992 $34,480 United Arab Emirates $123,666 $88,216 $80,048 $84,949 $70,791 $54,454 $65,345 $71,880 United Kingdom $128,513 $99,597 $109,236 $94,778 $83,533 $73,413 $85,140 $108,433 United States $127,000 $125,000 $115,000 $102,500 $92,975 $87,000 $87,000 $108,546 7

14 Project Size The size of projects managed, in terms of average number of team members and average project budget, also appears to have a positive correlation with annual salary. For instance, in Taiwan, those managing larger teams (20 or more people) have a median salary that is 54% higher than those managing teams of 1to 4 people. Likewise, in Spain, those managing projects with budgets of $10 million or more earn 54% more than those with projects under $100,000 and 27% more than those with projects with budgets between $100,000 and $499,999. Annualized Salary (in USD) by Average Number of Team Members <5 5-<10 10-<15 15-< % Increase Low-High Hong Kong $60,000 $61,686 $64,257 $83,534 $105,381 76% Malaysia $31,809 $39,761 $35,785 $48,111 $49,702 56% Taiwan $27,166 $30,545 $38,207 $41,794 54% Peru $29,978 $36,337 $33,067 $46,602 $44,695 49% China $21,660 $23,207 $23,207 $24,754 $30,943 43% Belgium $91,036 $111,000 $109,139 $123,414 $127,044 40% Singapore $58,651 $68,426 $71,277 $78,201 $81,459 39% South Korea $51,529 $53,872 $56,652 $65,583 $70,825 37% India $24,529 $26,906 $29,148 $29,372 $33,632 37% Brazil $61,583 $65,364 $73,150 $83,307 $83,756 36% Australia $126,430 $139,497 $142,179 $151,408 $171,688 36% Switzerland $143,655 $154,468 $157,141 $166,350 $187,144 30% Canada $88,146 $96,443 $98,517 $103,702 $114,072 29% Spain $65,337 $72,597 $76,226 $78,041 $83,214 27% United Arab Emirates $65,345 $75,147 $69,470 $56,077 $81,682 25% Japan $80,588 $84,308 $86,787 $99,185 $99,185 23% Ireland $91,472 $94,375 $106,717 $105,991 $111,653 22% Germany $101,635 $104,539 $114,703 $118,859 $123,414 21% Netherlands $101,635 $101,635 $101,635 $132,126 $122,688 21% United Kingdom $85,140 $90,360 $95,983 $108,673 $102,007 20% France $83,123 $81,308 $88,568 $99,094 $97,279 17% United States $98,500 $102,500 $106,000 $106,300 $115,000 17% Italy $72,234 $69,693 $72,597 $79,348 $83,486 16% Colombia $47,119 $49,831 $53,993 $53,993 $53,993 15% Sweden $85,930 $90,000 $90,000 $90,000 $95,000 11% New Zealand $91,938 $91,109 $99,392 $114,301 $100,220 9% Mexico $42,440 $42,742 $40,951 $48,800 $45,114 6% Nigeria $37,792 $29,576 $32,205 $29,576 $38,778 3% Saudi Arabia $63,997 $60,478 $63,997 $66,664 $63,997 0% 8

15 Annualized Salary (in USD) by Average Project Budget (in USD) < $100K $100K - $499K $500K - $999K $1 mil - $10 mil > $10 mil % Increase Low-High Nigeria $21,952 $33,523 $29,576 $35,163 $47, % Colombia $36,558 $47,244 $50,619 $51,265 $65,523 79% Mexico $35,917 $40,540 $42,998 $48,117 $63,218 76% Brazil $54,470 $63,442 $72,733 $76,899 $89,715 65% Australia $107,305 $123,401 $139,336 $152,910 $172,075 60% Singapore $54,578 $63,620 $70,462 $77,386 $86,754 59% Peru $29,506 $31,613 $33,594 $45,027 $46,294 57% Hong Kong $51,405 $61,686 $64,257 $80,192 56% China $20,113 $23,207 $28,003 $29,628 $30,943 54% Spain $56,625 $68,720 $72,597 $79,856 $87,116 54% Malaysia $33,400 $33,718 $44,400 $39,761 $48,111 44% United States $88,000 $98,000 $103,000 $110,000 $126,200 43% Canada $83,843 $89,184 $96,443 $103,702 $119,257 42% New Zealand $74,544 $89,039 $93,594 $96,079 $103,533 39% Germany $94,375 $101,635 $108,895 $116,154 $130,674 38% Netherlands $93,650 $107,806 $101,635 $116,905 $129,222 38% India $26,906 $29,148 $31,390 $33,632 $36,771 37% Ireland $83,486 $94,375 $103,087 $108,895 $113,831 36% United Arab Emirates $55,543 $71,417 $73,513 $80,320 $74,330 34% Sweden $75,050 $90,000 $86,830 $92,550 $100,000 33% United Kingdom $80,320 $85,140 $89,156 $100,400 $104,416 30% South Korea $50,593 $51,529 $56,214 $60,898 $65,583 30% Japan $86,787 $82,882 $86,787 $93,606 $111,584 29% Belgium $104,539 $93,153 $109,948 $111,799 $133,578 28% Switzerland $147,933 $153,279 $157,438 $169,914 $184,173 24% Italy $65,337 $72,234 $72,597 $74,048 $81,308 24% France $78,767 $87,116 $87,116 $87,116 $96,553 23% Taiwan $25,077 $29,430 $31,346 $40,924 $27,863 11% Saudi Arabia $58,198 $65,693 $66,237 $60,801 $63,997 10% 9

16 Detailed Findings Australia All Respondents Total Compensation (in Australian Dollars) Compensation n= 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Salary , , , ,148 Total Compensation , , , ,657 Reported/Expected Change in Total Compensation over Past/Next 12 Months Past 12 months n= Percent Next 12 months n= Percent Decreased 17 2% Decrease 11 1% Remained the same % Remain the same % Increased less than 1% 25 3% Increase less than 1% 17 2% Increased 1% to 2.9% % Increase 1% to 2.9% % Increased 3% to 3.9% 93 13% Increase 3% to 3.9% % Increased 4% to 4.9% 67 9% Increase 4% to 4.9% 73 10% Increased 5% to 6.9% 46 6% Increase 5% to 6.9% 92 13% Increased 7% to 9.9% 53 7% Increase 7% to 9.9% 44 6% Increased 10% to 14.9% 60 8% Increase 10% to 14.9% 60 8% Increased 15% to 19.9% 22 3% Increase 15% to 19.9% 12 2% Increased 20% to 24.9% 21 3% Increase 20% to 24.9% 13 2% Increased 25% to 29.9% 6 1% Increase 25% to 29.9% 5 1% Increased 30% or greater 26 4% Increase 30% or greater 6 1% Annualized Salary by Position Description Position n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Director of Project Management Office (PMO) 27 4% 130, , , ,494 Portfolio Manager 53 7% 140, , , ,784 Program Manager % 125, , , ,296 Project Manager III % 114, , , ,477 Project Manager II % 98, , , ,152 Project Manager I 69 9% 85, , , ,053 Project Management Specialist 42 6% 100, , , ,857 Project Management Consultant 64 9% 100, , , ,480 Annualized Salary by Years Work Experience Years n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than 3 years 2 * 3 to less than 5 years 9 1% 5 to less than 10 years 77 10% 86, , , , to less than 15 years % 97, , , , to less than 20 years % 115, , , , years or more years % 120, , , ,963 10

17 Australia All Respondents Annualized Salary by Technique Experience Years n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Agile Project Management/Scrum None % 54,000 73,000 94,500 80,566 1 to 5 years 82 33% 59,000 75,084 91,520 79,450 6 years or more 16 6% 55,500 76,000 92,892 77,917 Extreme Project Management None % 55,000 74,900 94,000 79,297 1 to 5 years 44 18% 54,000 71,000 90,760 79,232 6 years or more 11 4% 65,000 87,500 95,000 84,375 Process Based Project Management None 90 35% 54,000 68,952 87,500 77,360 1 to 5 years 88 34% 50,500 65,165 90,000 73,474 6 years or more 79 31% 70,000 85,401 97,434 87,608 Event Chain Project Management None % 55,296 73,000 94,500 81,070 1 to 5 years 31 13% 50,000 65,000 80,000 69,319 6 years or more 16 7% 70,000 83,595 90,811 78,677 Interactive Project Management None % 56,266 75, ,000 82,695 1 to 5 years 70 28% 54,000 65,500 87,500 73,634 6 years or more 38 15% 56,000 77,225 90,000 77,693 Incremental Project Management None % 57,196 75,750 97,236 81,165 1 to 5 years 60 24% 52,916 65,000 90,000 71,673 6 years or more 36 15% 58,500 80,000 90,811 86,958 Project Portfolio Management None % 52,500 68,909 88,750 75,235 1 to 5 years % 57,000 73,000 90,000 78,187 6 years or more 54 21% 70,000 88, ,000 92,590 11

18 Australia All Respondents Annualized Salary by Technique Experience (Continued) Years n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Program Management None 77 30% 47,250 60,000 85,000 70,581 1 to 5 years % 55,840 72,500 90,000 78,862 6 years or more 59 23% 70,000 88, ,000 93,457 Earned Value Management None 71 27% 52,000 70, ,000 80,434 1 to 5 years % 54,000 72,000 92,400 77,718 6 years or more 67 25% 65,000 80,000 95,121 85,317 Lean Project Management None % 54,000 72,000 91,520 79,063 1 to 5 years 74 29% 57,000 75,384 94,000 79,921 6 years or more 23 9% 77,000 89, ,000 90,695 Critical Chain Project Management None % 54,648 72, ,000 80,818 1 to 5 years 75 30% 50,000 69,000 90,216 75,138 6 years or more 51 20% 66,000 84,000 92,400 84,804 Waterfall Project Management None 87 34% 52,584 67,000 87,500 73,963 1 to 5 years 73 29% 52,000 69,000 91,520 76,334 6 years or more 94 37% 65,000 83, ,000 89,143 Risk Management None 27 10% 42,720 55,680 70,000 57,604 1 to 5 years % 53,000 67,000 87,500 73,334 6 years or more % 68,904 85,303 99,351 90,953 Change Management None 23 9% 54,000 61,000 85,000 71,607 1 to 5 years % 48,500 63,578 86,451 71,338 6 years or more % 67,500 84,000 99,351 88,653 Resource Management None 21 8% 48,000 69, ,000 78,208 1 to 5 years % 50,000 61,500 87,000 71,025 6 years or more % 68,817 83,928 96,000 88,086 Annualized Salary by Years Worked in Project Management Years n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than 3 years 34 5% 79, , , ,055 3 to less than 5 years 83 11% 85, , , ,161 5 to less than 10 years % 100, , , , to less than 15 years % 120, , , , to less than 20 years % 125, , , , or more years 76 10% 140, , , ,858 12

19 Australia All Respondents Annualized Salary by Highest Formal Education Level Obtained Education n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean High school degree 45 6% 118, , , ,849 Some college or Associate s degree % 108, , , ,338 4-year college degree % 105, , , ,537 Master s degree % 110, , , ,063 Doctoral degree 49 7% 104, , , ,152 Annualized Salary by Degree in Project Management Degree n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Have a degree in PM % 99, , , ,906 No degree in PM % 110, , , ,913 Annualized Salary by PMP Status Status n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Have a PMP Certification % 115, , , ,392 PMP for less than 1 year 7 2% PMP for 1 to less than 5 years % 105, , , ,967 PMP for 5 to less than 10 years % 123, , , ,007 PMP for 10 to less than 20 years 37 9% 141, , , ,854 PMP for 20 or more years 0 * Do not have a PMP Certification % 100, , , ,688 Annualized Salary by Amount of Training Per Year Employees n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than 5 days % 110, , , ,169 5 to 9 days % 110, , , , days or more % 102, , , ,135 Annualized Salary by Gender Gender n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Male % 110, , , ,896 Female % 95, , , ,819 13

20 Australia All Respondents Annualized Salary by Department Department n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Administration/ General Management 35 5% 90, , , ,491 Consulting 77 11% 120, , , ,687 Customer Service/ Public Relations 1 * Engineering 31 4% 100, , , ,254 Finance 9 1% Human Resources 7 1% Information Technology/ Information Systems % 110, , , ,585 Operations/Manufacturing 26 4% 105, , , ,042 Project Management Department or PMO % 110, , , ,724 Quality Management 6 1% Research and Development 10 1% 87,500 92, ,000 98,984 Sales/Marketing 8 1% Supply Chain Management/Logistics 7 1% Training/Education 3 * Other 22 3% 99, , , ,625 Annualized Salary by Industry Industry n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Aerospace 3 * Business services 14 2% 110, , , ,393 Construction 31 4% 110, , , ,795 Consulting 66 9% 110, , , ,230 Engineering 46 6% 102, , , ,388 Financial services 79 11% 120, , , ,927 Food and beverage 6 1% Government 43 6% 96, , , ,181 Healthcare 12 2% 96, , , ,177 Information technology % 105, , , ,894 Insurance 15 2% 110, , , ,764 Legal 2 * Manufacturing 15 2% 100, , , ,733 Pharmaceuticals 10 1% 105, , , ,350 Real Estate 4 1% Resources (Agriculture, Mining, etc.) 45 6% 130, , , ,990 Telecommunications 66 9% 100, , , ,210 Training/Education 10 1% 75, , , ,690 Utility 25 3% 125, , , ,648 Other 15 2% 90, , , ,989 14

21 Australia All Respondents Annualized by Type of Project Project Type n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Business Transformation % 120, , , ,457 Construction % 110, , , ,334 Engineering % 110, , , ,807 Information Technology % 110, , , ,474 Manufacturing 30 4% 110, , , ,517 Operations % 110, , , ,735 Quality Management 55 8% 110, , , ,161 Regulatory Compliance 64 9% 120, , , ,245 Research and Development 30 4% 91, , , ,536 Supply Chain Management/Logistics 43 6% 107, , , ,938 Other 37 5% 95, , , ,072 Annualized Salary by Number of Employees in Entire Organization Employees n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than % 90, , , , % 100, , , , to % 105, , , , to % 110, , , , to % 100, , , , to % 99, , , ,712 10,000 or more % 120, , , ,444 Annualized Salary by Average Project Team Size Employees n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean 1-4 people 90 15% 100, , , , people % 110, , , , people % 110, , , , people 56 9% 121, , , , or more people % 135, , , ,476 Annualized Salary by Average Project Budget (in USD) Employees n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than $100, % 85, , , ,729 $100,000 - $499, % 100, , , ,493 $500,000 - $999, % 105, , , ,935 $1 - $10 million % 120, , , ,065 More than $10 million % 135, , , ,637 15

22 Australia All Respondents Project Management Career Path within Organization n= Percent Yes Clearly defined/in writing % Yes Informal % No % Don t know 29 4% Project Management Career Path Connected to Roles in Upper Management n= Percent Yes Clearly defined/in writing % Yes Informal % No % Don t know 46 9% Defined Set of Performance Skills for Project Managers within Organization Equities Offered in Past Year by Position Description n= Percent Yes Clearly defined/in writing % Yes Informal % No % Don t know 28 4% Stock Options Stock (i.e., Shares) Neither n= Percent n= Percent n= Percent Total 25 3% 71 10% % Director of Project Management Office (PMO) 0 * 3 11% 24 89% Portfolio Manager 0 * 10 19% 42 81% Program Manager 13 9% 20 14% % Project Manager III 3 1% 14 7% % Project Manager II 4 3% 14 10% % Project Manager I 1 1% 3 4% 66 96% Project Management Specialist 1 2% 4 10% 36 88% Project Management Consultant 3 5% 3 5% 59 92% Employee Benefits Offered by Position Description Company Car/Allowance Cell Phone Usage Paid Life Insurance n= Percent n= Percent n= Percent Total 96 13% % % Director of Project Management Office (PMO) 4 15% 22 81% 9 33% Portfolio Manager 9 17% 45 87% 11 21% Program Manager 22 16% 89 64% 29 21% Project Manager III 25 12% % 32 16% Project Manager II 20 15% 76 56% 22 16% Project Manager I 5 7% 34 49% 11 16% Project Management Specialist 2 5% 16 39% 8 20% Project Management Consultant 9 14% 38 59% 8 13% 16

23 Australia All Respondents Mean Number of Vacation Days by Position Description After 1 Year After 10 Years n= Mean n= Mean Total Director of Project Management Office (PMO) Portfolio Manager Program Manager Project Manager III Project Manager II Project Manager I Project Management Specialist Project Management Consultant Pension Plans Offered by Position Description Defined Benefit Plans Defined Contribution Plans Other Pension Plans n= Percent n= Percent n= Percent Total % % 53 7% Director of Project Management Office (PMO) 10 37% 9 33% 4 15% Portfolio Manager 11 21% 33 62% 1 2% Program Manager 17 12% 80 58% 14 10% Project Manager III 28 14% % 13 6% Project Manager II 16 12% 85 63% 7 5% Project Manager I 10 14% 33 48% 6 9% Project Management Specialist 9 22% 25 61% 4 10% Project Management Consultant 10 16% 32 52% 4 6% Mean Hours Worked by Position Description Hours Expected Actual Hours Worked n= Mean n= Mean Total Director of Project Management Office (PMO) Portfolio Manager Program Manager Project Manager III Project Manager II Project Manager I Project Management Specialist Project Management Consultant

24 Belgium All Respondents Total Compensation (in European Union Euros) Compensation n= 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Salary ,266 74,900 94,000 80,006 Total Compensation ,000 83, ,000 88,913 Reported/Expected Change in Total Compensation over Past/Next 12 Months Past 12 months n= Percent Next 12 months n= Percent Decreased 15 5% Decrease 1 * Remained the same 59 21% Remain the same 60 22% Increased less than 1% 16 6% Increase less than 1% 17 6% Increased 1% to 2.9% 85 31% Increase 1% to 2.9% % Increased 3% to 3.9% 32 12% Increase 3% to 3.9% 41 15% Increased 4% to 4.9% 17 6% Increase 4% to 4.9% 13 5% Increased 5% to 6.9% 13 5% Increase 5% to 6.9% 15 5% Increased 7% to 9.9% 10 4% Increase 7% to 9.9% 9 3% Increased 10% to 14.9% 14 5% Increase 10% to 14.9% 13 5% Increased 15% to 19.9% 4 1% Increase 15% to 19.9% 2 1% Increased 20% to 24.9% 7 3% Increase 20% to 24.9% 1 * Increased 25% to 29.9% 1 * Increase 25% to 29.9% 2 1% Increased 30% or greater 2 1% Increase 30% or greater 1 * Annualized Salary by Position Description Position n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Director of Project Management Office (PMO) 13 5% 74,900 94, ,420 92,825 Portfolio Manager 19 7% 65,000 88, ,000 90,145 Program Manager 46 17% 67,500 81,500 90,000 84,328 Project Manager III 87 32% 59,800 76,034 98,000 80,446 Project Manager II 58 21% 53,000 65,665 90,000 72,942 Project Manager I 18 7% 48,000 56,829 65,000 59,799 Project Management Specialist 9 3% Project Management Consultant 25 9% 50,000 75, ,000 92,449 Annualized Salary by Years Work Experience Years n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than 3 years 1 * 3 to less than 5 years 9 3% 5 to less than 10 years 30 11% 41,064 49,100 65,000 57, to less than 15 years 62 23% 53,000 63,900 79,344 70, to less than 20 years 74 27% 60,000 79,000 94,000 81, years or more years 99 36% 70,000 89, ,420 94,797 18

25 Belgium All Respondents Annualized Salary by Technique Experience Years n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Agile Project Management/Scrum None % 54,000 73,000 94,500 80,566 1 to 5 years 82 33% 59,000 75,084 91,520 79,450 6 years or more 16 6% 55,500 76,000 92,892 77,917 Extreme Project Management None % 55,000 74,900 94,000 79,297 1 to 5 years 44 18% 54,000 71,000 90,760 79,232 6 years or more 11 4% 65,000 87,500 95,000 84,375 Process Based Project Management None 90 35% 54,000 68,952 87,500 77,360 1 to 5 years 88 34% 50,500 65,165 90,000 73,474 6 years or more 79 31% 70,000 85,401 97,434 87,608 Event Chain Project Management None % 55,296 73,000 94,500 81,070 1 to 5 years 31 13% 50,000 65,000 80,000 69,319 6 years or more 16 7% 70,000 83,595 90,811 78,677 Interactive Project Management None % 56,266 75, ,000 82,695 1 to 5 years 70 28% 54,000 65,500 87,500 73,634 6 years or more 38 15% 56,000 77,225 90,000 77,693 Incremental Project Management None % 57,196 75,750 97,236 81,165 1 to 5 years 60 24% 52,916 65,000 90,000 71,673 6 years or more 36 15% 58,500 80,000 90,811 86,958 Project Portfolio Management None % 52,500 68,909 88,750 75,235 1 to 5 years % 57,000 73,000 90,000 78,187 6 years or more 54 21% 70,000 88, ,000 92,590 19

26 Belgium All Respondents Annualized Salary by Technique Experience (Continued) Years n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Program Management None 77 30% 47,250 60,000 85,000 70,581 1 to 5 years % 55,840 72,500 90,000 78,862 6 years or more 59 23% 70,000 88, ,000 93,457 Earned Value Management None 71 27% 52,000 70, ,000 80,434 1 to 5 years % 54,000 72,000 92,400 77,718 6 years or more 67 25% 65,000 80,000 95,121 85,317 Lean Project Management None % 54,000 72,000 91,520 79,063 1 to 5 years 74 29% 57,000 75,384 94,000 79,921 6 years or more 23 9% 77,000 89, ,000 90,695 Critical Chain Project Management None % 54,648 72, ,000 80,818 1 to 5 years 75 30% 50,000 69,000 90,216 75,138 6 years or more 51 20% 66,000 84,000 92,400 84,804 Waterfall Project Management None 87 34% 52,584 67,000 87,500 73,963 1 to 5 years 73 29% 52,000 69,000 91,520 76,334 6 years or more 94 37% 65,000 83, ,000 89,143 Risk Management None 27 10% 42,720 55,680 70,000 57,604 1 to 5 years % 53,000 67,000 87,500 73,334 6 years or more % 68,904 85,303 99,351 90,953 Change Management None 23 9% 54,000 61,000 85,000 71,607 1 to 5 years % 48,500 63,578 86,451 71,338 6 years or more % 67,500 84,000 99,351 88,653 Resource Management None 21 8% 48,000 69, ,000 78,208 1 to 5 years % 50,000 61,500 87,000 71,025 6 years or more % 68,817 83,928 96,000 88,086 Annualized Salary by Years Worked in Project Management Years n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than 3 years 12 4% 41,000 48,000 58,500 55,215 3 to less than 5 years 30 11% 45,000 52,500 65,000 61,049 5 to less than 10 years 84 31% 55,840 68,952 82,500 72, to less than 15 years 98 36% 65,000 81,500 97,434 84, to less than 20 years 28 10% 66,230 89, , , or more years 23 8% 84,000 95, , ,911 20

27 Belgium All Respondents Annualized Salary by Highest Formal Education Level Obtained Education n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean High school degree 12 4% 61,050 69,500 79,500 71,349 Some college or Associate's degree 20 7% 62,500 79,000 93,892 87,443 4-year college degree 33 12% 54,000 67,620 99,351 78,630 Master's degree % 55,680 72,000 90,000 78,206 Doctoral degree 41 15% 60,000 84, ,000 87,443 Annualized Salary by Degree in Project Management Degree n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Have a degree in PM 49 18% 53,000 62,000 90,000 78,609 No degree in PM % 58,400 75,168 94,500 80,372 Annualized Salary by PMP Status Status n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Have a PMP Certification % 62,000 78,000 94,000 83,134 PMP for less than 1 year 6 3% PMP for 1 to less than 5 years PMP for 5 to less than 10 years PMP for 10 to less than 20 years % 60,000 74,000 94,250 81, % 67,620 82,000 90,000 84, % PMP for 20 or more years 0 * Do not have a PMP Certification Annualized Salary by Amount of Training Per Year 78 28% 49,000 60,000 90,000 72,107 Employees n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than 5 days % 54,000 72,000 90,350 78,904 5 to 9 days 86 32% 66,000 79,000 95,000 83, days or more 86 32% 51,600 67,459 94,500 77,441 Annualized Salary by Gender Gender n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Male % 57,392 76,725 96,000 81,761 Female 40 15% 54,648 62,000 84,500 73,183 21

28 Belgium All Respondents Annualized Salary by Department Department n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Administration/ General Management 23 8% 53,000 70, ,000 81,100 Consulting 27 10% 50,000 66,000 99,351 79,658 Customer Service/ Public Relations 5 2% Engineering 6 2% Finance 2 1% Human Resources 1 * Information Technology/ Information Systems 91 33% 58,000 76,450 94,500 81,494 Operations/Manufacturing 4 1% Project Management Department or PMO 87 32% 55,000 70,000 89,520 77,114 Quality Management 3 1% Research and Development 7 3% Sales/Marketing 9 3% Supply Chain Management/Logistics 2 1% Training/Education 2 1% Other 4 1% Annualized Salary by Industry Industry n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Aerospace 6 2% Business services 6 2% Construction 3 1% Consulting 32 12% 50,000 76, ,000 86,926 Engineering 14 5% 64,155 80,000 95,355 81,434 Financial Services 23 8% 60,000 75,000 85,000 81,224 Food and Beverage 2 1% Government 18 7% 48,000 67,400 95,000 75,818 Healthcare 4 1% Information Technology 83 30% 58,600 72,000 91,520 78,996 Insurance 4 1% Legal 0 * Manufacturing 16 6% 66,000 88,250 98,000 83,315 Pharmaceuticals 12 4% 60,900 99, ,000 95,342 Real Estate 2 1% Resources (Agriculture, Mining, etc.) 3 1% Telecommunications 36 13% 61,700 70,200 85,208 74,593 Training/Education 2 1% Utility 2 1% Other 7 3% 22

29 Belgium All Respondents Annualized by Type of Project Project Type n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Business Transformation 75 27% 65,000 85,000 95,000 89,587 Construction 21 8% 53,000 65,000 94,500 77,027 Engineering 44 16% 60,500 80, ,000 83,260 Information Technology % 56,000 73,625 94,750 81,360 Manufacturing 15 5% 46,000 87, ,420 85,939 Operations 56 20% 63,578 80,000 94,250 85,090 Quality Management 34 12% 65,000 85, ,000 91,450 Regulatory Compliance 19 7% 65,000 89, ,000 93,977 Research and Development 19 7% 43,000 70,400 90,000 71,087 Supply Chain Management/Logistics 22 8% 62,000 77,500 87,500 76,236 Other 22 8% 62,000 85,000 96,000 91,013 Annualized Salary by Number of Employees in Entire Organization Employees n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than % 56, , ,000 99, to % 41,000 57,600 72,000 62, to % 50,000 64,155 80,000 65,647 1,000 to 2, % 60,000 68,000 80,000 73,253 2,500 to 4, % 56,000 84,500 98,000 88,913 5,000 to 9, % 53,000 75,000 95,000 76,209 10,000 or more % 59,800 76,450 90,000 79,875 Annualized Salary by Average Project Team Size Employees n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean 1-4 people 14 6% 50,000 62,700 72,000 72, people 81 38% 57,600 76,450 95,000 78, people 53 25% 56,000 75,168 90,350 77, people 23 11% 65,000 85,000 95,121 91, or more people 45 21% 75,000 87, ,000 99,207 Annualized Salary by Average Project Budget (in USD) Budget n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than $100, % 43,200 72, ,000 74,963 $100,000 to $499, % 49,000 64,158 83,928 70,247 $500,000 to $999, % 59,800 75,725 86,000 76,862 $1 million to $10 million 93 37% 62,460 77,000 99,351 84,696 More than $10 million 26 10% 75,600 92, , ,515 23

30 Belgium All Respondents Project Management Career Path within Organization n= Percent Yes - Clearly defined/in writing 75 27% Yes Informal % No 91 33% Don't Know 8 3% Project Management Career Path Connected to Roles in Upper Management n= Percent Yes - Clearly defined/in writing 38 22% Yes - Informal 66 38% No 52 30% Don't Know 18 10% Belgium All Respondents Defined Set of Performance Skills for Project Managers within Organization Equities Offered in Past Year by Position Description n= Percent Yes - Clearly defined/in writing % Yes - Informal 74 27% No 65 24% Don't Know 12 4% Stock Options Stock (i.e., Shares) Neither n= Percent n= Percent n= Percent Total 37 14% 17 6% % Director of Project Management Office (PMO) 2 15% 2 15% 10 77% Portfolio Manager 7 37% 3 16% 10 53% Program Manager 8 17% 3 7% 36 78% Project Manager III 13 15% 3 3% 72 83% Project Manager II 5 9% 4 7% 51 89% Project Manager I 2 11% 0 * 16 89% Project Management Specialist 0 * 0 * 8 100% Project Management Consultant 0 * 2 8% 23 92% Employee Benefits Offered by Position Description Company Car/Allowance Cell Phone Usage Paid Life Insurance n= Percent n= Percent n= Percent Total % % % Director of Project Management Office (PMO) 10 77% 9 69% 8 62% Portfolio Manager 18 95% 18 95% 16 84% Program Manager 36 78% 37 80% 29 63% Project Manager III 71 82% 67 77% 55 63% Project Manager II 39 68% 41 72% 36 63% Project Manager I 13 72% 13 72% 10 56% Project Management Specialist 4 44% 6 67% 4 44% Project Management Consultant 18 72% 16 64% 11 44% 24

31 Belgium All Respondents Mean Number of Vacation Days by Position Description After 1 Year After 10 Years n= Mean n= Mean Total Director of Project Management Office (PMO) Portfolio Manager Program Manager Project Manager III Project Manager II Project Manager I Project Management Specialist Project Management Consultant Pension Plans Offered by Position Description Defined Benefit Plans Defined Contribution Plans Other Pension Plans n= Percent n= Percent n= Percent Total % % 38 14% Director of Project Management Office (PMO) 4 31% 7 54% 2 15% Portfolio Manager 12 63% 7 37% 1 5% Program Manager 22 48% 20 43% 0 * Project Manager III 38 44% 36 41% 16 18% Project Manager II 29 51% 16 28% 11 19% Project Manager I 9 50% 8 44% 3 17% Project Management Specialist 6 75% 2 25% 0 * Project Management Consultant 10 40% 7 28% 5 20% Mean Hours Worked by Position Description Actual Hours Hours Expected Worked n= Mean n= Mean Total Director of Project Management Office (PMO) Portfolio Manager Program Manager Project Manager III Project Manager II Project Manager I Project Management Specialist Project Management Consultant

32 Brazil All Respondents Total Compensation (in Brazilian Reais) Compensation n= 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Salary , , , ,618 Total Compensation , , , ,284 Reported/Expected Change in Total Compensation over Past/Next 12 Months Past 12 Months n= Percent Next 12 Months n= Percent Decreased 27 3% Decrease 4 * Remained the same % Remain the same 91 10% Increased less than 1% 15 2% Increase less than 1% 3 * Increased 1% to 2.9% 47 5% Increase 1% to 2.9% 33 4% Increased 3% to 3.9% 60 7% Increase 3% to 3.9% 44 5% Increased 4% to 4.9% 76 8% Increase 4% to 4.9% 72 8% Increased 5% to 6.9% % Increase 5% to 6.9% % Increased 7% to 9.9% % Increase 7% to 9.9% % Increased 10% to 14.9% 93 10% Increase 10% to 14.9% % Increased 15% to 19.9% 38 4% Increase 15% to 19.9% 58 6% Increased 20% to 24.9% 31 3% Increase 20% to 24.9% 45 5% Increased 25% to 29.9% 20 2% Increase 25% to 29.9% 20 2% Increased 30% or greater 54 6% Increase 30% or greater 50 6% Annualized Salary by Position Description Position n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Director of Project Management Office (PMO) 53 6% 136, , , ,558 Portfolio Manager 73 8% 100, , , ,789 Program Manager % 98, , , ,625 Project Manager III % 89, , , ,098 Project Manager II % 72, , , ,726 Project Manager I % 72,000 91, ,200 96,291 Project Management Specialist 89 10% 65,000 99, , ,128 Project Management Consultant % 75, , , ,598 Annualized Salary by Years Work Experience Years n= Percent 25th Percentile Median 75th Percentile Mean Less than 3 years 5 1% 3 to less than 5 years 12 1% 52,450 70,000 79,000 68,775 5 to less than 10 years % 66,642 84, ,800 94, to less than 15 years % 80, , , , to less than 20 years % 86, , , , years or more years % 96, , , ,848 26

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