In 2015, project managers of various types made between $68,000 and $127,000, depending on their seniority and the projects they managed. The changing rate of inflation and fluctuations in the world financial sphere and in the job market means these numbers are subject to rapid change.
Project managers are sometimes grouped into hierarchies within a single project. They are referred to in such instances as project manager I, project manager II and so on and so forth using Roman numerals.
Depending on the size of a project and the scope of the project manager's involvement, salaries may differ. This means project managers command a wide range of salaries across the industry.