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Project Scheduler Salary

How much does a Project Scheduler make in the United States?
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Salary Data for Project Scheduler

$42,862 (USD)/yr

$21 (USD)/hr

$857 (USD)/yr

$42,382 (USD)/yr

$20 (USD)/hr

$857 (USD)/yr

Job Description
Creates, maintains, and monitors a project’s master schedule, working as part of a project management team. Establishes the schedule, maintains the schedule baseline, reviews and reports schedule status and variances, and updates the schedule statuses.
The average project scheduler salary in United States is $42,862 or an equivalent hourly rate of $21. In addition, they earn an average bonus of $857. Salary estimates based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in United States.
Compensation Data Based on Experience

$32,006 (USD)

$51,889 (USD)

Education

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Salary Potential

$49,689 (USD)

16 %

Based on our compensation data, the estimated salary potential for Project Scheduler will increase 16 % over 5 years.

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