Employers will need about 90 million people in project management-type positions by 2027, a 2017 Project Management Institute report found. That’s almost 22 million new jobs. Alongside the anticipated job openings, there’s a lot to like about project management. Many find the work gratifying: seeing a project through completion and helping staffers achieve team and individual goals. The pay isn’t bad either. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, management occupations in May 2017 had a median annual wage of $102,590. But before you jump to this new career path, take a minute to think about this question: is project management right for you? The points below can help you make that decision.