According to PMI’s ten-year outlook of project management-oriented employment (PMOE) this will open up new job opportunities for project professionals and changemakers.
The demand for project staff is estimated to rise by 15.2% in information & publishing, 14.9% in finance & insurance, 13.2% in manufacturing & construction, 12.7% in utilities, and 11.3% in management & professional services. Only in oil & gas the demand is expected to decline by -0.1%.
Most of the opportunities will unfold in China followed by South Asia, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Northern America, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa and MENA.
The reasons for the talent gap are
- an increase in the number of jobs requiring project management-oriented skills,
- the higher demand for project professionals in emerging and developing countries due to economic growth, and
- the rate of retirement from the workforce.
As more and more industries become project-oriented, organizations have to upskill and empower their workforce, explore partnerships and create a culture of continual learning to narrow the talent gap.
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