The demand for cybersecurity experts is skyrocketing. With daily cyberattacks and costly data breaches increasing each year, it has never been a better time to explore the career options in this field. The demand for cybersecurity jobs is expected to grow by 53% over the next two years, leaving over 200,000 currently unfilled positions in the U.S alone, according to the Peninsula Press analysis. By 2019, the global cybersecurity field is predicted to be comprised of up to 6 million cybersecurity experts. However, there is a huge gap between cybersecurity experts needed and jobs filled.
The tech industry continues to boom in 2017 with a variety of positions in high demand.
There’s no denying it… the healthcare field is one of the top industries for growth. With more prevalent diseases and aging Americans on the rise, the demand for healthcare related professionals continues to increase.
Job happiness is different for everyone but positions that pay well, offer growth, have low stress levels, and offer a good work-life balance are key to success.
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Many job positions can be performed remotely and with more companies embracing remote work, flexible job options are becoming all the rage.
In a new study from job search site Indeed, job satisfaction is all about location.
With employees working an average of 47 hours per week, it’s no wonder people are looking for a position that not only pays well but also provides a good work environment. While there are many factors that go into job satisfaction, the degree of happiness can vary from city to city.
The demand for qualified professionals with training in STEM—science, tech, engineering, and mathematics— continues to be fierce due to the increases in STEM related careers. But, with a gap in the last decade between the number of STEM jobs and the demand for qualified STEM professionals, companies are trying to find ways to attract and retain top talent.