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Project Manager Job Description

A project manager is in charge of a specific or multiple projects for his/her company. Project managers are needed in a variety of fields such as the IT industry, construction, human resources and marketing. The role of a project manager may include tasks like budgeting, planning and documenting all the different aspects of an assigned project. This role often includes working closely with the company's management on the scope of the project. The educational requirements of a project manager vary depending on the type of project, the company and the industry. However, most project managers have a bachelor's degree in a related field. Projects that are highly technical may also require project managers to have a master's degree. There is a certification available for a project manager professional (PMP).

In addition to meeting the educational requirements, a project manager will need other skills to successfully perform the job. These can include leadership skills such as team motivation, conflict resolution and making difficult decisions when necessary for the good of the team. A project manager must also be able to effectively manage time and multitask. The job requires ongoing communication and collaboration with other employees, customers and management teams. Project managers are expected to complete the project within the constraints of a budget, so solid math and financial skills are also necessary skills for this position. Problem solving and strong analytical skills are required with this job, as well. The project manager must be able to assess a situation or data and make decisions on a regular basis.

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Project Managers are highest in demand in SF Bay Area, New York, and France. Browse and compare average salaries in locations where this role is also popular:

  1. Austin
  2. $160,000
  3. Seattle
  4. $140,693
  5. Dallas/Ft Worth
  6. $130,000
  7. SF Bay Area
  8. $128,669
  9. Washington D.C.
  10. $123,250
  11. Chicago
  12. $115,000
  13. New York
  14. $114,610
  15. Los Angeles
  16. $112,444
  17. Boston
  18. $110,625
  19. Toronto
  20. C$110,000
  21. London
  22. £64,178
  23. France
  24. €49,672
  1. Austin
  2. $160,000
  3. Seattle
  4. $140,693
  5. Dallas/Ft Worth
  6. $130,000
  7. SF Bay Area
  8. $128,669
  9. Washington D.C.
  10. $123,250
  11. Chicago
  12. $115,000
  13. New York
  14. $114,610
  15. Los Angeles
  16. $112,444
  17. Boston
  18. $110,625
  19. Toronto
  20. C$110,000
  21. London
  22. £64,178
  23. France
  24. €49,672
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Where Project Managers are highest in demand

    Project Managers are highest in demand in SF Bay Area, New York, and France. Browse and compare average salaries in locations where this role is also popular: