Looking to put your organizational and communication skills to work? Then a career in project management might be in your wheelhouse.

 

Josiane Ballin, the president of the Project Management Institute of Alaska, and Martha Peck with the Alaska Process Industry Careers Consortium stopped by Daybreak to discuss the industry’s pay and how to get started.

 

In fact, Ballin said, you could start as early as high school and finish up at the University of Alaska Anchorage.

 

According to Ballin, starting pay is around $69,000 a year, and you could eventually make upwards of $100,000.

 

 

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