Want a 20% Raise and to Stay Ahead of the Robots? Become PMP® Certified
March 28, 2018
As automation and technology accelerates, organizations are leaning more toward project-based work, causing the demand for project managers on LinkedIn to double over the past three years.
You are probably thinking – great. But how exactly do you become a great project manager? How do you signal to the world that you can handle running big projects?
You pass the PMP® exam and become PMP®-certified, the gold standard of project management certifications. Some benefits include:
Organizations who have more than a third of their project managers PMP®-certified complete projects on time, in scope and within budget much more frequently than peer organizations.
PMP®-certified project managers make 20 percent more than their peers, with an average salary of $108,000 a year in the United States.
Our New Prep Course for the New PMP® Exam
The challenge? The Project Management Institute just updated its PMP® exam this week. Good news – we at LinkedIn Learning have teamed with award-winning project manager Sandra Mitchell to release a prep course for the new exam, which, along with six hours of coursework, comes with a practice exam.
“A PMP® is globally recognized and demanded,” Mitchell said. “It really demonstrates to employers, client and colleagues that a project manager possesses project management knowledge, experience and the skills to bring projects to successful completion. You'll be well positioned to provide the professional skills necessary to lead project teams and achieve successful project results.”
Looking to add a valuable, future-proof certification? Check out our new PMP® exam prep course today, and learn what you need to ace the new PMP® exam.