Take part in the APM Salary Survey 2019
APM’s annual Salary and Market Trends Survey, that provides a critical snapshot of the project profession, launched today Wednesday 14 November.
First launched in 2015, the Salary Survey has become an increasingly valuable piece of research for anyone working in project management, so we want to hear your views by completing the survey today.
The survey, hosted by global research company YouGov, is your chance to share your views on the employment landscape and provide insights about the latest trends that will have the biggest impact on project management.
We want to hear your views on the factors that are vital to project success, how talent can be grown within the profession and explore the important area of mental health and wellbeing.
Dayner Proudfoot, APM brand and insights manager said; “Last year a remarkable 5,000 people responded making the survey the largest of its kind in the UK. That number alone proves how important the survey is, and how valuable the results are.
“We continually refresh the survey to ensure we are capturing peoples’ thoughts on the most pertinent issues facing project professionals today. We want to hear your views on the factors that are vital to project success, how talent can be grown within the profession and explore the important area of mental health and wellbeing.
“This way we are able to expand on the core and all-important topic of salaries while investigating the biggest trends on the horizon for the project community.”
Open to all project professionals globally, not just APM members, our fifth survey could be the most important yet. Please spare five to ten minutes of your time and join your voice with thousands of your peers, by completing the survey before the closing deadline of Wednesday 12 December.
You will be entered into a free prize draw for a chance to win a £250 Amazon gift voucher if you submit your email address after completing the survey, along with the option to be sent the report in early 2019. Please help to spread the survey far and wide, by retweeting and reposting our social media threads.