Food-industry hiring for cybersecurity jobs still buoyant
The data suggest that the proportion of food manufacturers hiring cybersecurity-related sites increased in April year-on-year.
About 37.3% of the companies supervised by the GlobalData analysis and data group contracted at least one such position last month.
This compares with the 28.6% of food manufacturers who hired for jobs related to cybersecurity in April 2021 and represents an increase of 34.4% seeking to occupy these positions in March this year.
If all the vacancies in the food industry are observed, job vacancies linked to cybersecurity accounted for 1.6% of new published job postings, compared to 0.6% in April 2021.
Cybersecurity is one of the issues that GlobalData, the parent company of Just Food, has identified as a disruptive force that the business will face in the coming years. It is believed that companies that excel and invest in these areas are now better prepared for the future business landscape and better equipped to survive unforeseen challenges.
However, GlobalData says its analysis suggests that food manufacturers are hiring cybersecurity jobs at a slower-than-average rate for all companies in the group’s job analysis database. research. The average for all companies stood at 3.1% in April.
GlobalData’s job analysis database tracks the daily hiring patterns of thousands of companies around the world, drawing jobs as they are published and labeling them with additional layers of data. above all, from the seniority of each place to whether a job is linked to a wider industry. trends.
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