About the Project Management Professional (PMP)® Certification

Launched in 1984 by Project Management Institute (PMI), the Project Management Professional has become the global standard for professional project managers. Today, there are over 650,000 active PMP credential holderss, making this certification one of the most sought after professional certifications. Studies have shown that project managers with PMP credentials command a 10% compensation premium.

Why should you consider PMP credential?   There are the top four reasons:

  1. Higher Compensation.  Certified PMP professionals commands about 10% salary income versus project managers of similar experience.
  2. Job Opportunity & Security.  In the competitive job market, certified Project Management Professionals® not only command greater premium, but their proven capability also provides more job security and greater opportunities.
  3. Greater Job Satisfaction.  Forbes magazine published an article showing that project management, especially those with PMP credentials, have one of the most flexible career. Greater flexibility is commonly associated with greater career satisfaction.
  4. Career Growth.  For up and coming project professionals, the shift from managing small tactical projects to larger and more strategic projects is a vitally important move. PMP credential holders demonstrate to the world that they are well on the way to be a project leader.