Project Manager Income Affected By Gender and Employment Status

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Arras People, the project management recruitment specialists, used independent research company Benchpoint's™ unique real time polling technology to question 1200 permanent and contract Programme and Project Management Professionals during January 2009. It's beginning to get tough. Recession has hit the market for project management professionals. Contractors are the hardest hit, but employees, historically more secure, are also beginning to feel the pinch. Confidence levels are falling across the board.

Arras People, the project management recruitment specialists, used independent research company Benchpoint's™ unique real time polling technology to question 1200 permanent and contract Programme and Project Management Professionals during January 2009.

The survey shows how the economic downturn is affecting project managers' earnings, aspirations and professional life.

Arras People estimate there are nearly 80,000 Project Managers in the UK. Why are they important? As one respondent put it "A good PM provides leadership, a professional approach and experience to ANY form of business".

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