Become an expert project manager with 7 ebooks and 3 courses for under $30

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The fastest way to increase your salary is to take a leadership role. The Complete Project Management eBook & Video Course Bundle helps you prepare, with seven ebooks and three video courses for just $29.99.

Project managers are some of the highest-paid people in the tech sector, and you don't need a degree to find work. What you do need is an understanding of the processes used at top companies.

This bundle helps you master several systems through beginner-friendly guides and tutorials. Through concise ebooks, you learn how to lead development projects with JIRA and handle IT through CompTIA Project+.

Other titles look at Redmine, the open-source project management software, along with Redis and ServiceNow. To extend your knowledge of JIRA and other systems, you also get eight hours of hands-on video instruction.

All the content comes from Packt Publishing, a company founded by a certified project manager. Packt has been producing learning material for 15 years, and they are rated at 4.4 stars on Udemy.

The content in this bundle is worth $614, but you can get lifetime access now for just $29.99.


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