Most IT Security Pros Want to Change JobsThey cite five main reasons for wanting to move on - and what it would take to retain them.
If you're an IT security professional looking for a new job, you're not alone. A new report on IT security job trends finds that 60% of survey respondents are looking to leave their current positions.
Limits on job growth and dissatisfaction with their current jobs are the leading reasons security pros say they are seeking a change, according to the report. An unhealthy work environment, lack of IT security prioritization, and unclear job expectations round out the top five drivers for change.
What would it take for the survey respondents to stay in their current positions? Improved work-life balance, management who takes their security concerns seriously, and better sponsorship for new courses and certifications are the big winners.
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