October 16-21, 2023
CyberSeek, a free online tool that can help career seekers learn more about cybersecurity, has been updated with new data showing a snapshot of open jobs across the United States.
The new data reveals that the labor market for cybersecurity talent remains undersupplied, with approximately 315,000 more cybersecurity workers needed to close current supply gaps.
Read the full press release or explore CyberSeek.org to learn about common job titles, average salaries, commonly requested credentials, and more!
Join us today at 3:00pm ET on Twitter/X by following the @NISTCyber Twitter handle for an engaging chat that will answer common questions, provide tips and resources from experts, raise awareness, and increase public engagement about cybersecurity careers. Use the unifying hashtags #CyberCareerChat, #CyberCareerWeek, #MyCyberJob, or #ChooseCyber to post and follow along.
After the #CyberCareerChat, join us virtually for a webinar at 4:00pm ET that will feature current practitioners from around the world who will share their own experiences and how they got started in their cybersecurity careers. Visit the event web page to learn more and register.
Tune in for this key activity happening on Wednesday, October 18:
There are several other events and activities happening around the globe. Find one to participate in by exploring the event portal online.
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