"Whether you're starting your career as a developer or looking to make the leap straight into project management, learning the basic concepts and best practices through the PMP certification will increase your skillset and boost your earning potential," Simplilearn said in its blog.
According to estimates, by 2020, there will be 15.7 million new project management jobs.
In India, IT professionals are upgrading their skills to stay relevant and keep up with the evolving landscape of the software industry. While Big Data professionals ruled the roost when it came to hiring in 2016 - (either we should explain Big data or if possible, can we just drop this line?), machine learning has emerged as the most sought after skill in 2017, according to industry reports. The shift has been spurred by a greater need for artificial intelligence of which machine learning forms a big part.
Because the PMP certification is universally recognized, having this certification makes your resume more attractive, Simplilearn said, adding that in addition to improving your job prospects, PMP training helps you acquire proficiency in the global standard language of project management. The Project Management Institute (PMI) is a US nonprofit professional organization for project management.