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Based on 1,701 responses, the job of Project Manager, Construction has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.02 out of 5. On average, Project Manager, Constructions are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Project Manager, Construction?

October 2014
"How to manage up."
Project Manager, Construction:
December 2014
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: Opportunities to tackle multiple projects and different responsibilities.
Cons: Dealing with poorly performing subcontractors and supplier, dealing with owners/construction managers, low pay for my responsibilities and job title, no sick days, small amount of vacation time, micromanaging by supervisor.
November 2014
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: Office conditions, family environment.
Cons: Extremely Stressful, work doesn't ever end.
November 2014
"Learn As Much As You Can And Don't Limit Your Self."
Project Manager, Construction:
Never limit yourself in what you have studied for, I have realized being a Project Manager does not mean you manage construction activities only but the project as a whole.
November 2014
"Keys to sucess."
Project Manager, Construction:
Serve God, Learn people, get organized and stay organized.
November 2014
"Over worked under paid."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: Freedom and nobody to answer to, I make the schedule and enjoy the flexibility.
Cons: I dont get paid overtime and I feel that I am very under paid for the work that I do.
December 2014
"YouthBuild , a job worth the monumental stress."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: Working with the local youth, teaching construction skills.
Cons: Overcoming destructive habits. Teaching work ethic to young people that have never had time requirements.