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Learn how to earn a six figure salary as a project manager with this 100+ hour training bundle
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Companies big, small and in virtually every field have one thing in common: a fervent need to cut costs and boost efficiency. To this end, they're eager to hire experts who can get the job done. Known as project managers, these pros use tried-and-true techniques to streamline pipelines, reduce waste and turn companies into, lean, mean, productive machines.

With project managers earning anywhere from $75,000 all the way to more than $100,000 each year, we can't blame you for wanting to pursue a career in this field, and getting started is easier than you think. The Complete Project & Quality Management Certification Bundle features more than 100 hours of training to get you up to speed with the tools and techniques of the trade—all for only $39 today.

This massive collection features eight courses covering project management essentials like Agile Scrum and Six Sigma, two key methodologies project managers use to reduce waste and boost efficiency. The collection also includes courses designed to prepare you for the CAPM® and PMP certification exams, which will help validate your skills to potential employers and get your foot in the door to this lucrative field.

Usually retailing for nearly $1,200, the Complete Project & Quality Management Certification Bundle is on sale for only $39, more than 90 percent off the usual price.

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