Why become PMP certified?

Why become PMP certified?

It can be frustrating to achieve the PMP Certification. It can be very taxing for different people. There are many benefits to this achievement. It can be useful to see the benefits of your hard work in the midst.
Find a better salary
According to the 2013 PMI Salary Survey in the United States, a PMP certification would result in a 19% increase in average salary. The PMP is the highest-paid IT certification, compared to other surveys.
Sometimes, companies offer bonuses to employees who pass the test. For example, if a company has a shortage of credentialed employees, the company may offer extra compensation to become PMP certified. The certificate is highly valued by many companies. You may be able to negotiate a higher salary.

Find a job (or a better one)
The test is a sign that you have a solid foundation of knowledge. It’s almost like getting a CPA to become an accountant.
The test demonstrates your drive to learn. It shows character to want to learn and spend your spare time studying.
Passing the test does not mean you have to answer the question “Why haven’t you gotten your PMP?” The test has been passed by approximately 600,000 people. The test is passed by approximately 600,000 people. Recruiters can also find other fish in the ocean if they need to. A recruiter can also find resumes by entering the term “PMP” into a search engine.
Potential future teaching opportunities If you are passionate about teaching and have learned the PMP method, you can make a living from it. The PMP is a well-known achievement that is in high demand. You can also learn more by teaching others.

Increase the potential of a company to win business
The PMP certification is known by government sponsors and clients. They are aware that those who have obtained the certification have merit. When companies compete for work, one factor that is considered is the credentials of employees who would be working on the program. It indicates that there is some quality in the way the program will be managed in the future. PMI published a survey showing that PMs with PMP certification have a higher success rate in projects than PMs without PMP certification.

You are part of a group that has been through the same challenges. Knowing that someone else has been through the same struggle creates a sense of camaraderie and a sense of belonging.
You have a formalized display that demonstrates your baseline knowledge. This can be used in many ways:

o LinkedIn – How many people are you seeing with “PMP” next their names as you browse LinkedIn? There are many!
A Business Card – Provides contact information for clients, but also allows you to talk to them about your personality by adding the PMP mark.
o Wall Certificate – The PMP comes as a certificate that you can hang on your wall.
o Email – Having your credentials on an email can help someone to respond differently.
Your PMP is a positive impression that others make on you, which is crucial for your success.

After studying for the PMP, expect vocabulary improvement. The PMI guidelines will facilitate communication at a mainstream level through a formal review of terms, tools, and focus thoughts on project need.
Because the PMBOK is flexible enough to cover many industries, there will always be a new method or way of doing things. Even if someone has been a scheduler their entire career, they may not have used the Critical Chain Method of scheduling.

College Short-Cut
Sometimes, the certification can be a quick-cut to graduate school or college. I support college and graduate school. But, I cannot ignore the fact that college has become more and more popular.