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The PMP exam will set you back around $555. However, if you are a member of Project Management International (PMI), sitting the exam will cost you only $405. the PMI membership itself costs $129/year, in addition to a ten-dollar annual renewal fee. To prepare for the PMP exam, you will need to purchase the PMBOK Guide, which costs around $70 for non-PMI members and $49.50 for PMI members. has several exam prep courses available in Seattle, that are highly recommended to take before the PMP exam, starting from $2,250.

In terms of salary, earning your Project Management Professional (PMP) certificate is most definitely worth the time investment. Having the PMP certification can lead you to earn a higher salary compared to uncertified project managers. Furthermore, the PMP is regarded as the highest-paid IT certification, although it is also one of the most difficult certification exams. You know what they say, nothing worthwhile ever comes easy. However, youll likely be very glad you did it.

According to, the national average salary for a Project Manager PMP in 2019 is $75,474 in the United States. However, salaries vary based on experience, position, and location.

The best way to earn a certificate in project management is to start with training. has several project management certification training courses that you can use to satisfy the required 35 hours (PDUs) education requirement before applying to sit an exam. Once you have taken the required training and feel confident enough in your knowledge. Youre ready to submit your exam application online. Project management exams are scheduled with Pearson VUE. You can locate a testing center and schedule your exam time online through the Pearson VUE website.

The Certified Project Manager (CPM), Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM), and CompTIA Project+ are the best -known entry-level project management certifications. However, the Project Management Professional (PMP), and Professional in Project Management (PPM) are more coveted certifications by employers seeking more experienced project managers.