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The Rise of PMP Certification


There’s a reason project managers in over 200 countries have earned and maintained their PMP certification. It provides genuine value in the form of a professional reputation, in-depth knowledge, and greater earning potential.

And those advantages are long-lasting. It’s not only about increasing potential earnings over the course of a career. The PMP Certification is all about receiving credit for what you already know while also developing your project management abilities. It’s all about pushing yourself to excel, and then getting acknowledged for it.

Project management certification is in high demand as it has emerged as a course that distinguishes a competent professional. The PMP certification assists people in moving up the job ladder and significantly increasing their income. This certification validates aspirants a project management abilities and allows them to better manage future projects.

According to a recent PwC survey, project managers with PMP certification handle more than three-quarters of high-performing projects. Moreover, organizations with more than one-third of PMP qualified managers outperform non-PMP certified companies in terms of project performance. And there’s more,  in 2016, the PMP certification was the fifth highest-paying certification.

Let’s witness the rise of PMP Certification

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June Batch (9 Days – Weekdays) – PMP Online7th to 10th & 13th to 17th June 2022
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