IT Project Managers give their job an average rating of 3.8 out of 5.0. The IT Project Managers happiest with their jobs are employed by United States Air Force with an average rating of 5.0 while the IT Project Managers least happy with their jobs work for ComTec Systems with an average rating of 1.1.Submit a Review
"I love being an IT Technical Program/Project Manager since I was able to work on most new initiatives being rolled out in the company. The part I hated was since my job consisted of end to end testing the dependency of various in-house and out-of-house software and applications to get things correct was a hindrance. This caused much additional work to make the deliverable deadlines."
"I love the work. Seeing my It projects come to fruition. I enjoy the challenge of thinking outside the box. There are guidelines for being a PM, but nothing is set in stone. Every day is a challenge and I am always learning. I dislike being a PM when bureaucracy gets in the way of progress."
"I don't think it is a matter of love and hate, for any IT manager to be successful, the right amount of resources and technologies at your disposal are needed for maximum performance."
"I have a big satisfaction when I deliver a project that has a big value for the client. Sometimes is a little uncomfortable when we are not on track with timelines due to external situations."
"I like the decisional power. I don't like the workload."
"The challenge is rewarding and promotes change."
"There were a lot of large scale projects which required immediate attention and a lot of detail oriented monitoring."
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