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What Do Project Managers Do?

Project managers do exactly what it says in their title—they manage projects. Working in a team environment, the project manager strategizes plans, delegates responsibilities, supervises employees, and implements the project. They create a timeline and budget, and stick with it. They have a hand in the overall project, and make sure there are enough people to handle the details.1

What Is the Daily Job of a Project Manager?

To successfully launch a large project with all hands-on-deck, there has to be someone in charge of organizing and supervising every aspect; from the tiniest details to the big picture view. The job of a project manager is to organize timelines, check budgets, and hold meetings with their team members to keep up-to-date on the latest developments and setbacks. They make sure each employee knows their role, and that each task is covered. Communicating, reviewing, and organizing makes up a large part of every day. Excellent leadership and both written and verbal communication skills are essential to the job.

What Is the Job of a Project Manager in Software Development?

For a project manager to succeed in software development, they must have an extensive background in the subject. Knowing the ins-and-outs of software development is the first step. Project managers usually have a computer science background for this role, and are familiar with testing methodologies and software development cycles. As with other project manager roles, the software project manager will create a timeline, delegate tasks, and monitor the successes and failures of the development. Skills such as a familiarity with DSDM, Scrum, XP, and methodologies are necessary.2

Where Can I Find Project Manager Jobs?

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What Is a Project Manager Salary?

Each project manager salary depends on the industry. For example, a construction project manager will make a national average of $97,207, with a range usually between $84,727 to $109,536. An entry-level software project manager makes $78,687, with a range usually between $69,257 to $91,765. As you move up in your career, you’ll see your peers making around $112,291.

Salary Minimum: $69,257

Salary Median: $97,207

Salary Maximum: $112,291

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