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It might be challenging to move directly into a PM role so you might want to start with a Project Administrator/Coordinator/Analyst role working with a senior PM for a period of time to gain sufficient focused-PM experience and to get some valuable mentoring and coaching.
As far as credentials go, I'd suggest skipping the CAPM and pursue the PMP once you have sufficient commensurate experience to make having it an asset and not just making you appear "paper certified".
Agreed with Kiron!!! You have a good experience, so, start to apply PMP!!! It's the best one to recognize your skills, knowledge and talent as PM career!!
If you are willing to put in the time, then the PMP is the one to go for, as you will end up doing it anyway.
Thank you all very much for the responses, I appreciate it.
Agreed with all of my other colleagues, if you have decided then PMP is best option for you
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