When I look at the data from the last 4 years, the PMP® credential trend has remained relatively consistent. Additionally, the PMI membership trend has also remained relatively consistent. Unfortunately, based on the data, it appears people value the PMP credential more than they do being a PMI member. Why is that?
Congratulations to all of those who reached their goal to obtain the credential. (When I was at the PMI North American Congress back in October, they were quick to point out that the PMP is not a certification. It's a credential.) I don't know if anyone out there is really making a big deal about that.
|New PMPs (Net)||3,714||3,713||5,344||4,718||3,985||4,630||3,687||3,965||2,681||3,161|
|Total Active PMPs||367,619||371,014||375,959||381,111||385,096||389,726||393,413||397,378||400,059||403,220|