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Recruiters Target Cybersecurity Workers Who Are Not Even Job Seeking

May 14, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Leadership Skills

Three-quarters of employed cybersecurity professionals (76%) say they are contacted a couple of times a month or more by recruiters who want to poach them for other companies. A full 18 percent said they are contacted “many times a day” by recruiters.
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