209,000 Cybersecurity jobs in the U.S. are unfilled

A knack for cat and mouse play may indicate that you have an aptitude for cybersecurity. It is a field where the good guys -- cybersecurity professionals -- are pitted against the bad guys -- cybercriminals a.k.a. hackers. Assuming you'd want to be a good guy - a career can mean a six-figure salary, job security, and the potential for upward mobility.

More than 209,000 Cybersecurity jobs in the U.S. are unfilled, and postings are up 74% over the past five years, according to a 2015 analysis of numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics by Peninsula Press, a project of the Stanford University Journalism Program.'

report from Cisco puts the global figure at one million cybersecurity job openings. Demand is expected to rise to 6 million globally by 2019, with a projected shortfall of 1.5 million, says Michael Brown, CEO at Symantec, the world’s largest security software vendor.
If you are already in the tech field, then crossing over to security can mean a bump in pay. Cybersecurity workers can command an average salary premium of nearly $6,500 per year, or 9% more than other IT workers, according to the Job Market Intelligence: Cybersecurity Jobs 2015 report published by Burning Glass Technologies.

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