I recently listened to a 20-minute interview with Simona Fallavollita, the product manager for PMP exam content. She said the new exam will start March 26, 2018 and changes to content will match changes to the 6th edition. The change was called medium, on a low to high scale and includes things like changes in terminology, new processes, the talent triangle, and high-level questions on Agile.  She stressed that the test was based on situational questions that came from more sources than just the PMBOK.  She said that there will also be a new role delineation study (RDS) in approximately Fall 2019, with another new PMP exam maybe in late 2020. Other news included that the CAPM exam can now be taken at home via webcam. Some numbers given included that there are now over 800,000 PMPs and that 500 people a day take the exam worldwide. Predictions of labor force growth for project managers was 33% thru 2027 and that those with PMP command 20% higher salaries.