Jan, 2017 : Job Market for Cybersecurity Strong in Israel and Ireland


Jan 20, 2017 - According to a recently report on The Global Cybersecurity Skills Gap, the top countries for demand are Israel and Ireland. The report was released earlier this year and looked at the amount of clicks received on job postings as a key indication of interest.

A survey done by Indeed showed Israel in the lead when it comes for demand for cybersecurity skills, with more than twice as many job postings. Ireland was found in second place with the UK, US, Germany and Australia following. Brazil and Italy had the lowest demand for major markets.

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