Project Managers oversee the successful execution of a project. They can analyze problems and develop strategies. Project Managers also manage teams and communicate with stakeholders.
How Much Does a Project Manager Make? ▼
Project Managers make a median salary of $90,000 in the United States.
The top 10 percent of Project Managers earn over $145,000 annually.
The best-paid 25 percent make over $110,000 each year.
The lowest-paid 25 percent make under $73,000 a year.
The bottom 10 percent make less than $61,000 per year.