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PMs in Singapore earn the third highest monthly salaries in region, in India the lowest

Ike Suarez | March 10, 2015
ESI International announces results of its latest survey.

Project managers (PMs) in Singapore have the third highest monthly mean salaries in the Asia Pacific with their counterparts in Australia and New Zealand having the highest and second highest mean monthly salaries respectively.

This was according to a press statement which announced the findings of its second annual Asia Pacific Project Management Salary Survey.

The survey's sample size consisted of 1200 project managers surveyed in the region and this included Australia, Greater China, India, New Zealand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines.

The press statement by the Arlington, Virginia-based training company said Singapore project managers had a monthly mean salary of US$ 6407.

On the other hand, Australian project managers had a monthly mean salary of US$ 7,667 while their New Zealand counterparts  averaged a  monthly salary of US$ 7511 a month.

Mean monthly salaries for project managers in other countries as announced by the press statement were the following: Malaysia (US$ 3839), Indonesia (US$ 3687), Greater China ((US$ 3369), the Philippines (US$ 3314) and India (US $2875).

 

 

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