Is a job in security the cure for job insecurity?

Thursday, 6 January 2005, 12:23 AM EST

At various times in the past four years, many IT professionals have suffered from job insecurity. And as we turn the calendar to 2005, a long-term cure for such a problem might be a job in security.

Anything and everything related to high-tech security is a good place to be in the technology job market in 2005, according to experts. Jeff Markham, branch manager for Robert Half Technology's San Francisco office, said network security will be a crucial need for organizations in 2005.

By Michael Pastore at Datamation.

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