As more industries rely on technology for a competitive edge and staying power, it is no surprise that the job market in the U.S. has seen an increase in positions in the tech realm. Specifically, there is a need for people in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields.
Jobs on the decline have professionals scrambling for available positions that may require continually more stringent requirements for dwindling pay.
A significant pay gap remains between the genders according to a recent study. Inequitable pay between men and women exists across the board in all U.S. industries.
There is new data from ISC (2) that’s shows younger women are making more money than they did in previous generations in the field of cybersecurity; however, overall there is still a gender pay gap.
JP Morgan, the largest bank in the nation, continues to hunt down blockchain experts with the most job postings of anyone in the industry. Indeed.com reported that while JPMorgan Chase has posted jobs with keywords such as “cryptocurrency,” “blockchain,” or “bitcoin” in the past year, other top ten corporations have not.