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Contrary to popular belief, knowing how much your peers get paid is critical. If you don’t know the going rate for your job title, you can’t be sure you’re being paid you’re actually worth—and project managers in particular are worth a lot. 

We’re running our annual salary survey again for 2024, with the goal of providing insights on salaries to project managers around the world. Based on the data we collect through this survey, we’ll analyze trends across job title, location, and experience level to paint a clear picture of how much you should be getting paid.

By adding your voice to the survey, you’re contributing to valuable research that will give you a leg up in salary and promotion negotiations. And once we’re done compiling and analyzing the data, we’ll email you the results directly (if desired).

To see how the data will be used, check out our reports from previous years here.

Ben Aston
By Ben Aston

I’m Ben Aston, a digital project manager and founder of thedpm.com. I've been in the industry for more than 20 years working in the UK at London’s top digital agencies including Dare, Wunderman, Lowe and DDB. I’ve delivered everything from film to CMS', games to advertising and eCRM to eCommerce sites. I’ve been fortunate enough to work across a wide range of great clients; automotive brands including Land Rover, Volkswagen and Honda; Utility brands including BT, British Gas and Exxon, FMCG brands such as Unilever, and consumer electronics brands including Sony. I'm a Certified Scrum Master, PRINCE2 Practitioner and productivity nut!