PMI RU: Study of the salaries of project managers in Russia for 2017
The Russian branch of PMI published a study of the wages of the RP for 2017 back in July of this year, but this question was not discussed at all in Habré. I will share my impressions. Unlike the global study ( Pulse of the Profession 2018 ), the Russian study has features:
The basis is not taken salary, but the total income. The basis is taken by the numbers obtained at hand, and not before paying taxes. A number of data of interest to Russia has been added - a cut across cities and a “whiteness” of income.
I would add some uncertainty to this reservation with the position of “Project Manager”. It seems that the national professional standard is also defined in the PMI / ANSI standard (translated to GOST). But the project manager is still a completely unexpected set of job responsibilities from company to company.
The picture about the spread of wages in different cities is predictable and therefore not very interesting. Amounts of income are indicated in thousands of rubles per year.
But that seemed interesting to me.
Are performance and impact indicators defined for project managers in your organization?
This picture in my opinion quite clearly shows the level of maturity of project management in the domestic business - not a very high level. A third of the RP does not know for the sake of what they are working, another third - by concepts. I think there is some connection between such an approach to the organization of work and a table with data on the growth of income for the year. There, one-third of those surveyed had an increase in income, or did not have it, or a growth within 5%.
Total net annual income depending on the type of projects It is
somewhat surprising that the median income of R & D projects managers is one of the lowest in the profession.
Total net annual income depending on the scope of the organization
And this is a completely unexpected slide for me. Project managers in logistics companies in terms of income go into a significant gap from the oil industry / power engineering and finance. It is very interesting to find out what they do there and what they get money for?
Bonus: Gender pay discrimination is about 30–35%.
Total net annual income by gender.
Global research is also recommended. It is very interesting to compare the scale and structure of projects with foreign colleagues.