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U.S. Cities With Highest Projected 2019 InfoSec Salaries

November 15, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Team Structure and Management

Information security salaries in San Francisco will be about 41 percent higher than the national average in 2019. On the East Coast, New York is a close second at 40.5 percent higher than average security salaries, and in the Midwest, Chicago will command a 23.5 percent bump in average information security salaries in 2019.
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