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Years on other jobs

How many years do people usually work on other jobs before becoming a Project Coordinator?
5-7 years
Years on other jobs
On average, people work more than 5-7 years in other positions prior to becoming a Project Coordinator.

Position lifespan

How long does a Project Coordinator work in this position across multiple employers?
3-5 years
Position lifespan
On average, a Project Coordinator works in this position for 3-5 years across multiple employers.

Job hopper score

How likely is a Project Coordinator to change companies while holding the same title?
Medium
Job hopper score
The job hopper score is Medium for a Project Coordinator.

Career path

Path to job

Prior positions

Most people held these titles before becoming a Project Coordinator.
6 %
Project Manager
Avg. length of tenure:3 years
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4 %
Administrative Assistant
Avg. length of tenure:3 years
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Fields of study

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Top educational institutions

Explore the list of higher education institutions that a Project Coordinator typically studied at.
Arizona State University-Tempe
Texas A&M University-Texarkana

Path after job

Subsequent positions

A Project Coordinator typically moves on to these titles.
18 %
Project Manager
Avg. length of tenure:2 years
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2 %
Executive Assistant
Avg. length of tenure:3 years
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Demographics

Age

Project Coordinator age distribution

Gender ratio

Project Coordinator gender distribution
GenderRatio
female55.9%
male44.1%

Workplaces

Top employers

These companies currently have Project Coordinator positions open.
Financial Transactions Processing
Large size
Telecom
Large size

Industries

Check out the different industries a Project Coordinator typically has experience in.
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