Welcome to the global report on product management salaries, examining correlations and discrepancies between pay and factors like gender, seniority, and certifications:
Product management compensation unmasked
Creating a comprehensive report on product management salaries serves as a beacon of transparency and guidance for navigating this dynamic landscape.
Transparency is key because it empowers you to make informed decisions about your career. By shedding light on current compensation trends and regional variations, this report equips you with the tools needed to negotiate fair salaries, advocate for yourself, and benchmark your progress.
Beyond mere numbers, this report also provides insights into the skills and experiences necessary for, say, salary growth and career advancement. Ultimately, it's a roadmap to help product managers like you, navigate your career paths confidently and make decisions that align with your aspirations and financial goals.
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A small taste of the stats
Those who work in product management over five years effectively double their salary ($157,394) compared to those just starting out ($68,895).
The average bonus in product management is $18,081.
The biggest career goal amongst respondents was to stay with the same employer but move up the career ladder.
Want answers to these questions, and more?
💸 Which industries pay their PM pros eye-watering sums? And which are stingy?
💡 How much more can you expect to get paid when you’re promoted to senior position?
❓ How much can you expect to earn with five years of product management experience?
🏳️🌈 Are gender, race, or disability correlated with higher or lower pay in product management?