Frequently Asked Questions
Have questions about our program, course offerings, pricing, or general inquiries? Schedule a call with us if the answers below don’t answer what you need.
How long has Product Gym been operating ?
Product Gym was founded by recruiting and product management experts with over 10+ years of experience. We have running cohort classes, officially since April 2018. Prior to April, Product Gym was a private, 1-on-1 career coaching service for roughly 1 year.
How is your program different from other Product Management Courses?
This program is taught by product management instructors who share a similar career transition path with you. They are also supplemented by subject matter experts who will be your peers in the companies that you are looking to make a transition into. The curriculum is designed to teach you hands-on product management skills to equip you with the best job hunting strategies. No other course focuses on the Interview and Job Hunt as much as we do.
Am I eligible to apply to Product Gym?
Professionals with at least 3+ years of relevant working experience who are looking to make a career transition are welcome to apply. Please note that this course is located in New York City.
What will I learn during this program?
You will learn how to brand yourself as a PM, optimize your Resume, LinkedIn and Cover letter for recruiters, prepare and answer First, Second, Onsite, and Final round interview questions, and how to work with external recruiters. Additionally, you will learn Product Management fundamentals including Prioritizing competing product features, Evaluating business success across teams and Product metrics and marketing
What is the average salary for product managers?
Glassdoor.com’s average salary of a product manager at $111,213/yr. This amount will vary depending on location
What should I expect when I schedule a call with you?
Our call consultation is free and we will be reviewing your resume and professional background to ensure that you are the right fit for our program. While we have had success placing many candidates, we must ensure every member admitted is serious about our program.