According to the latest survey of US Bureau of labor statistics there was an estimation that Project management is growing at 15 percent by end of 2022. Candidates with minimum 5 years management experience can be earned up to on average of $120,000 a year in for a full time position and less pay such as $50 and $60 per hour for freelancing or contract positions. To get settled as a good project manager you need to tailor made your resume with including below details:
Your decision making skills
Some examples where you have taken decisions
The impact of the decisions you have implemented
The positive results of your work schedules, timelines and user experiences
To get better idea of the project you need to have take details about the interview and frequently asked questions about the new role you are attending. Well prepare for both technical and theoretical questions about project management tools. Generally interviewers will focus on technical questions, so get ready to answer the questions about the project management software you’ve been used.
Critical methodologies: Technical interview questions deal with the questions on execution of the project. If you are skilled and able to deal with the questions of risk identification, mediation planning and issue management will do better in an interview. A candidate with good communication and planning skills are able to deal with the team and handle risky project.
Soft skills: Companies provide technical training to the candidates but it is your responsibility to develop soft skills to pay attention to detail, organize well, and manage time efficiently. Because most of the project managers deal with heavy workloads and cover several projects at a time, juggling opposing priorities while staying on top of the action. If you are able to anticipate, be proactive and understand that why you are get engaged then you will be the winner of the interview.