Salary Details for a Project Manager at Monster Worldwide
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Total Pay Estimate & Range
The estimated total pay for a Project Manager at Monster Worldwide is $113,749 per year. This number represents the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated base pay is $94,578 per year. The estimated additional pay is $19,171 per year. Additional pay could include bonus, stock, commission, profit sharing or tips. The "Most Likely Range" represents values that exist within the 25th and 75th percentile of all pay data available for this role.
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What are some related job titles for a Project Manager?
Some related job titles are IT Project Manager salaries with median pay of $102,908, Project Coordinator salaries with median pay of $56,904, Project Management salaries with median pay of $84,543, Senior Project Manager salaries with median pay of $125,428.
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Monster Worldwide Salary FAQs
The average salary for a Project Manager is $78,932 per year in United States, which is 30% lower than the average Monster Worldwide salary of $113,749 per year for this job.
The salary trajectory of a Project Manager ranges between locations and employers. The salary starts at $44,290 per year and goes up to $105,919 per year for the highest level of seniority.
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Monster Worldwide Benefits
- Health Insurance(36 comments)
“no coverage at all for covid”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(21 comments)
“good just never had opportunity to take advantage”
- 401K Plan(15 comments)
“No match. It was (an already low) 3% before Coronavirus and then they suspended it for the rest of 2020 and have made no plans to bring it back in 2021, no matter how well the business does. This is how these things go. Benefits get eroded then the lower bar become "the new normal." Next year it'll be "yeah we don't have a 401k match" like it's always been that way and you're crazy to ask.”