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A Product Manager is responsible for the strategy, planning, execution, and launch of a product. Their mission is to coordinate all the teams involved in the product from its conceptualization to its launch, ensuring that the product meets customer needs and business objectives. The Product Manager is also responsible for conducting market research and defining product requirements, creating product roadmaps and release plans, and collaborating with cross-functional teams to deliver the product on time and within budget. They monitor product sales, handle incidents, claims, or improvements to be made in the product, and gather feedback from customers to continually improve the product. Ultimately, the Product Manager is accountable for the success of the product in the market.
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Here are some key components of a Product Manager job description:
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When looking to hire a Product Manager, it's important to understand the compensation options available in your local market. Note that compensation will vary depending on experience. The following data represents market rates for the top 10 DMAs and has been compiled from our Academy user-reported data and Comprehensive.io
We work with clients and talent across the US and the globe to find exceptional product management talent. Our extensive network of product managers spans various industries and specialties, ensuring that we can find the perfect fit for any project. Whether you need a freelance product manager for a short-term project or a full-time product manager to join your team, we're here to help you find the talent you need to bring your ideas to life.
Our UX staffing agency rate card gives an example of rates based on position and experience. We strive to match industry averages, these are our base rates. Each project will be negotiated based on the complexity of the role and the experience of our UX staff.