APM launches Salary and Market Trends Survey 2018
APM’s Salary and Market Trends Survey sponsored by Wellingtone Project Management is now live and seeking respondents from across the profession.
Drawing on four years of data, the survey will continue to give industry the insight it needs to gauge the direction of travel of the profession, evolving skills demands and the satisfaction of those who operate in it.
The survey also provides a benchmark for organisations and employees to see how they fare against their peers, answering the important question; am I paid enough?
For 2018 the survey also seeks to better understand the economic confidence of the profession in the shadow of Brexit. Tracked from 2017, the data will establish if revelations over the past year have given project managers more or less confidence considering the likely effects of the UK leaving the EU, and the impact it will have on them and their organisation.
This is your chance to give your insight and contribute to the profession’s leading salary and market trends research.
Key past findings from the Salary and Market Trends Survey
- Since 2015, satisfaction among project professionals has grown by three percent and now sees 80 per cent of respondents claiming to be satisfied in their role.
- Respondents were ten per cent less likely to be seeking new roles in 2017 than they were in 2015.
- The average salary of a project professional has remained largely unchanged, sitting at £50,000.
- The number of female respondents has grown by eight per cent since 2015.