Project Management Career Guide Launched on All Business Schools

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Leading business and education directory creates the definitive guide to a career in project management.

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No matter what's happening in the economy, there's always a need for highly-trained project managers, because things always need to be built: highways, buildings, industrial sites, Websites, and so on. And given the Obama administration's investment in infrastructure, education and healthcare, we believe there's never been a better time to pursue a degree in project management.

Every industry -- from agricultural engineering to Web development -- recognizes the importance of a project manager's role. Consequently, the demand for trained project managers is high. In response to the popularity of project management, All Business Schools has created the definitive guide to help prospective and already-established career professionals get their first degree--or find the right certification--to get ahead in this burgeoning field. The Project Management career resource guide can be found at http://www.AllBusinessSchools.com/faqs/project-management.php.

Group Product Manager Bill Hummel explains, "No matter what's happening in the economy, there's always a need for highly-trained project managers, because things always need to be built: highways, buildings, industrial sites, Websites, and so on. And given the Obama administration's investment in infrastructure, education and healthcare, we believe there's never been a better time to pursue a degree in project management."

All Business Schools' comprehensive guide includes pertinent and fact-filled articles about project management, including a survey of salaries, an interview with a project management professional, and career information about the different project management degree and certification programs.

The Project Management resource guide offers a competitive edge to students seriously thinking about a project management career--or for professionals already established in the field, but who are seeking to enhance their careers with an MBA degree or project management certification. This online resource also provides valuable information about project management tools and terms, and it features an in-depth analysis of the difference between project, product and program managers--three job titles that are often confused for one another, but, in reality, perform distinct roles within a company structure. You'll also read the truth about this exciting career field in an interview with the experienced senior project manager at Fred Hutchison Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

About All Business Schools
All Business Schools (http://www.AllBusinessSchools.com) is an Internet site dedicated to helping people interested in domestic and international business careers find the training they need to succeed. Users can search for business schools, get information about education requirements, find online degree programs and read articles about various specialties.

About All Star Directories
All Star Directories, Inc. is one of the Internet's fastest growing publishers of online and career school directories, matching millions of highly qualified prospective students with the schools that best meet their education needs. Recently, Inc. Magazine ranked All Star among the fastest growing companies in the country, and the Puget Sound Business Journal has recognized the company as one of Washington State's fastest growing companies for five consecutive years. From leading research institutions to fast-growing online and for-profit schools, nearly 6,000 featured schools trust All Star Directories as the authority in online student recruitment. The All Star network of sites focuses on a wide range of fields, including All Allied Health Schools, All Art Schools, All Business Schools, All Education Schools, All Psychology Schools, All Criminal Justice Schools, All Computer Schools and All Nursing Schools. Please visit http://www.allstardirectories.com or call 1-888-404-8043 for more information.

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