Category: Careers

by Karla Jobling / on 5 July, 2016

Women in cyber security still earning more than men

  In 2015, BeecherMadden reported that women in cyber security were being paid up to 30% more than their male counterparts. This trend has continued into 2016, and is most prominent for those in their mid-career. It is worth putting this into context of
by Karla Jobling / on 23 May, 2016

Are you afraid of International Women’s Day?

First published March 2016.   As soon as I saw that International Women’s Day was coming up, I wondered how long it would take for all the men on social media, to start asking when International Men’s Day is (about an hour and November
by Karla Jobling / on 23 May, 2016

BeecherMadden predictions for resilience jobs in 2016

First published January 2016.   An increase in jobs at last With some movement at the global head level in 2015, the merry-go-round of job moves will finally start again. Very few global head roles had been recruited between 2010 and 2015, as the
by Karla Jobling / on 23 May, 2016

BeecherMadden predictions for cyber jobs in 2016

First published January 2016   More cyber jobs to come This is the obvious one, with jobs predicted to increase and the skill gap to widen, between now and 2020. The interesting prediction is what sector these jobs will be in. Cyber jobs now
by Karla Jobling / on 23 May, 2016

Salaries for women in resilience and governance defy national averages

First published September 2014 Reports are published almost daily about the gender pay gap. In 2013, women in the UK earned 19.7% less than men doing the same job. While in professional occupations, the pay gap is smaller (around 9%), at a senior level,
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