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Recently came across a series of tweets by Noah Weiss on what Product Management is and isn't. We at ProductManagerJobs.com find this fascinating and we'd like to comment on examine former product manager's perspectives on what we call the art and science of product management. Noah has an impressive CV: he's now at Slack , but has been a former Product Manager at Google.  So Noah knows a thing or two about managing product...
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...
Product Manager jobs have existed for some time now, decades.  Jobs on this nothing new. But the titles that have evolved as the industry has evolved have changed. The main problem I find when we review Product Manager jobs on the web is that there is ambiguity in the "product manager" title. Product manager as a title can be used by employers to convey if it's a financial product, or a consumer product.  These have similar...