Salary survey goes global

The Project Management Salary Survey from 1996 was revised and republished in the year 2000.Questionnaires were sent to 7,900 randomly selected PMI members around the world, and the data collected and tabulated. The new edition contains reams of global data organized in numerous tables and sorted by many categories, as well as a portrait of a 'typical' project management respondent.Many tables with salaries and benefits are included, broken out into comparative categories.Other matters discussed in the survey include wage discrepancies between the genders, between PMP® and non-PMPs, vacation and sick leave data, and non-financial compensation.
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