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Project Manager : Project Manager June July 2013
proportion of male members than female members reported that they are very likely to seek further PM training and education. Male members are more likely to report seeking further education than female members, although a high rate of women also report being very likely or likely to seek further education. SALARY A FEMALE MEMBER IS 79% more likely than a male member to earn between $60,000 AND++++++++ $70,000. more than twice the number of men than women earn more than The salary of male members, on average, appears to be higher than women. QUALIFICATIONS 36% 69% MORE THAN TWICE the proportion of men hold a Doctorate in Project Management Male members are more likely to hold post-degree qualifications in PM. Between October and November 2012, almost 900 members completed the AIPM member survey. Results from this survey are available via the AIPM website, LinkedIn and enewsletters, and are now being showcased at relevant member forums. Due to the electronic nature of this survey, the results represent the feedback of AIPM's most 'tech-savvy' and active members. In this edition we are profiling women in project management. more female than male members hold Cert I, II and III in Project Management more men than women hold a Master Degree in Project Management PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE 65% than men are in the 3-5 years' PM experience bracket, and 40% more women are in the 6-10 years bracket. 61% have 21-30 years of PM experience. Male members appear to have a higher level of experience than female members. A higher proportion of male members reported more than 20 years of experience, while the majority of women reported fewer than 10 years of experience. more women of male members Pr ti ally, AGE Male members are TWICE as likely as female members to be aged 51-60, and 10 TIMES more likely to be aged 61-70. 29% MEMBERS than male are aged between 31 and 50 years. 40% THAN MEN are under 30 years of age. From these results, we may surmise that male members tend to be of higher age than female. Comparatively, a higher proportion of female members are below the age of 50. MORE WOMEN MORE FEMALE More than three and a half times (362%) more men than women completed the survey, reflecting a similar gender balance in AIPM's current membership base. Compared to men To ensure an accurate comparison when analysing the results of women and men (due to the larger response rate received by men) the responses of women compared to men were scaled to a 1:1 ratio. Men tend to have higher levels of qualifications and experience, and are more likely to pursue professional development. This trend could see a change, with higher proportions of women than men becoming involved in project management in the early stages of their careers. Summary $150,000. ALMOST 3.5TIMES HIGHER
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