Contracting versus permanent: Career development as a project manager
While contractors get paid more and permanently employed project managers have better job security, which of the two has more control over their professional development? Andrew Wayland weighs up both sides.
Contracting versus permanent: Employment management as a project manager
Although contractors get paid more than permanently employed project managers, they don’t have the same job security. But how much freedom do they have to manage their employment? asks Andrew Wayland.
Contracting versus permanent: Job security as a project manager
Contractors usually earn 25%+ more than their permanent counterparts because they offer their clients the flexibility to end or extend their contract fairly easily. But does that mean their role is less secure? Andrew Wayland weighs up the risk and rewards.
Contracting versus permanent: Income as a project manager
For many people, the higher earning potential of contracting as a project manager is one of its biggest drawcards. Anecdotally, contractors can earn up to 50% more than their permanent counterparts. But what’s the real breakdown in earning potential? Andrew Wayland investigates.