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I was on HackerNews one day and found that someone started an information site where people self-disclose their salaries as a product manager.  It's open to everyone and I'm using this data to write about just how much do people make a Product Managers. This has always intrigued me because product management is not a ubiquitous profession and the compensation greatly depends on the industry and the product rather than the profession...
I know...I know you've read so many articles on Medium , on Angelist , or on Y Combinator .  As a startup founder, you probably have some downtime to read on what you should do or not do and just execute, execute and execute. You're working on your product, getting that new partnership, writing your company mission statement, flying to meet clients or close new deals with prospects and squeezing in some time to go do that keynote...
In a recent survey done by Glassdoor, they polled the top 4 reasons employees would considering moving themselves and their families to relocate for a job.  Some of these reasons may surprise you and it gives insights to companies and employers on how to attract great talent with the right amount of incentives. Some Personal Experience Since I've graduated from college, most of my small graduating class (about 69 of us) started...
Product Management has evolved with the technology industry. Though these jobs are challenging and rewarding, we wanted to keep Product Managers and Recruiters in startups looking for Product Managers to better understand the landscape and what recruiters are looking for.  These are the 5 Insights from our annual Product Manager Jobs survey. Insights from Product Manager Jobs Survey: 90% of postings say they need a technical...
We started ProductManagerJobs.net because we have been in the jobs market for years.  We've been Product Managers, Product Owners and have had dozens of product interviews collectively.  We know what it's like to be on the side of people a job seeker. We also know that a Product Manager, we want to be useful, productive and know that our contribution is going to have an impact, wide or small. We want a Product role that will...