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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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February 2015
"Be weary of choosing this job which requires eng. Degree."
Project Manager, Construction:
Make sure you are getting paid what you deserve. You need a degree in engineering to have this management job, yet will probably earn more as an engineer.
February 2015
"The long road."
Project Manager, Construction:
Get to know the process and how people influence the outcome of each process. Focus on the people with resources to support them and the process will improve. Focus on the process without knowing the people and your job as a manager will be a difficult one. People are the key.
February 2015
"Be aware of what Chsoices you're making."
Project Manager, Construction:
When starting in an industry, make choices based on what you want to have happen in our life, not what needs to happen in your environment. The issue with tradework is that almost anyone can start with very little experience. This attracts a certain kind of person, typically, who will have a tendancy to not choose what's right for your own life, but what's right at the time. There's not necessarily a detriment to that, however, as you continue to work, avoid making the day to day tasks your primary focus. Avoid making the insrtuctions and tasks you are assigned, what matters most. Instead, try to make deliberate choices about what YOU want your tasks to look like. Make decisions that revolve around what YOU want your life to look like, and allow that to motivate the choices you make about your tasks and projects. This way, as you make mistakes, you can learn and adjust according to what your life plan needs, and not be totally invested in a work related identity.
February 2015
"Hard work."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: Everything about the job is good it. Will use all you have.
March 2015
"Construction Project Management Salary."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: Work schedule flexibility, combination of field and office work, working with professionals, types of projects, experience gained.
Cons: Having to address and resolve problems on a regular basis that are out of my control, having to deal with difficult clients.
March 2015
"What im worth."
Project Manager, Construction:
Pros: Travel. People interaction. Make my own schedule. Salery paycheck.
Cons: Average 60 hours a week. Always on call. Starting at 3am. Getting done as late as 2am.
March 2015
"Construction head ache."
Project Manager, Construction:
Try to get people to do there jobs.