The PMP – How it Ruined Project Management | Stuart Hamilton | Pulse | LinkedIn

There has always been a class of worker that is paid for their labor, not for their expertise. There is a reason they were called “laborers”. The IT professional used to be part of the workforce where they were highly skilled and earned a premium for their experience. Now employers, often while employing contract IT labor through agencies, look for a few base criteria, and then differentiate only on price. The IT professional might not be digging ditches, but they are now a “laborer”.

Source: The PMP – How it Ruined Project Management | Stuart Hamilton | Pulse | LinkedIn

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