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Project Manager : Project Manager Aug Sept 2012
www.aipm.com.au Project Manager 35 how do we compare to the rest of the world? In the uK, confidence is returning to the construction sector, reflected in an average salary rise of 1.6 per cent over the past 12 months, according to the report. The improved mood appears to be driven by the fact that, despite workloads having fallen in the industry at the beginning of the economic downturn, construction output grew by 2.8 per cent in 2011. Project managers in construction are ea rning £45,000 (Au$70,625) pounds in central London, £35,000 (Au$54,941) further afield, a £38,727 (Au$60,790) average. In the Asia Pacific, on average, one in three employers across the reg ion gave salary increases of between three and six per cent in 2011. A further 30 per cent gave an increase above si x per cent, while the remaining 37 per cent offered an increase of less than three per cent or no increase. Project managers in the us, according to a local survey, enjoy a median salary of $115,000 (Au$116,843), w ith directors on an average of $127,000 (AU$129,066). •• • Project managers in the US enjoy a median salary of $115,000 (AU$116,843), with directors on an average of $127,000 (AU$129,066). Project managers in construction are earning £45,000 (AU$70,625) pounds in central London, £35,000 (AU$54,941) further afield, a £38,727 (AU$60,790) average. On average, one in three employers across the Asia Pacific region gave salary increases of between three and six per cent in 2011. CArEEr CEnTrE •
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