Amid the ongoing tech talent crunch in the Southeast Asian region, the future of product management roles looks bright, with demand being particularly high for product managers. Singapore-based product managers have much to rejoice over on the compensation front as well, receiving higher salaries than their counterparts in the region. Overall, there is much growth potential for this role and if you are considering a career in product management, there seems to be no better time than the present.
But, what exactly does a product manager (PM) do? What skills do they need? What does the career path look like? This article will cover common questions around a job scope, average product manager salaries in Singapore, and common skills expected in a PM role.