Help Wanted in Facility Management

More than 50% of today’s facility managers will retire in the next 5-15 years. The facility management market was valued at $40.41 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach $81.49 billion by 2025. This means a wealth of opportunities are available for those looking to enter the facility management profession. Two-year degree internships are a quick way to get your Facility Management career started. The Facility Manager is critical to the bottom line through what are often contributions to an organization’s largest and most valuable assets, their property, buildings, equipment, etc.

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Facility Managers are well paid professionals.
The median annual salary for facility mangers is $98,921 as reported by salary.com in 2020 with 100% Job Placement for degreed graduates.
100% Job Placement for degreed graduates.
The IFMA Foundation recognizes excellent Facility Management degrees around the world. More than 30 associates, bachelors and master's degree programs have been accredited and graduates from these institutions enjoy a near 100% placement rate upon graduation. Find a complete listing of accredited and other FM degrees at www.fmacademicregistry.org
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The World Isn’t Going to Manage Itself.
More than 100 countries offer FM opportunities. Many companies and organization have FM positions that involve regional and even international travel. Different cultures, weather patterns, industries, and purposes of facilities means Facility Management literally spans the globe with a multitude of possibilities.
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Facility Management IS sustainability.
Buildings create more of the worlds pollution and use more energy than any other sector. Ensuring buildings are making smart and efficient use of energy and natural resources is not only good for the environment, but can save big money for the organization. Sustainability is an everyday part of facility management careers.
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Job Security
Facilities can't move oversees, and neither can these jobs.

Founded in 1980, IFMA is the world's largest and most widely recognized international association for facility management professionals, supporting 24,000 members in more than 100 countries.

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