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Why Cybersecurity Professionals Leave Their Current Roles

May 15, 2019 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Recruiting, Hiring and Retention

The biggest factor causing cybersecurity professionals to leave their current jobs is a better salary or bonus, according to 82 percent of cybersecurity professionals. Other leading factors include a promotion and development opportunities (57%), a better work culture or environment (46%) and flexible work policies (37%).
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