This question is about program manager salaries.
Yes, program managers get paid more than project managers, in general. Salaries for program managers typically start around $80,000 but can exceed $120,000. With advanced training and specialized certifications, program managers can start off on the higher end of the salary range.
Salaries for project managers typically start around $50,000 but can exceed $100,000, especially if the project manager comes with additional qualifications and certifications. Many program managers usually start their careers as project managers before making the transition to program managers.
Both project and program managers typically earn competitive salaries and enjoy a promising job outlook. At the end of the day, a program or project manager's salary is dependent on several factors, including the industry, company, level of education, and experience.