Employers often struggle to fill positions with Hybrid Jobs which need Different Skills. The fastest-growing skills include industry knowledge areas, such as HIPAA requirements in Health Care and Risk Management, and Accounting in Finance.

The hardest-to fill skills are typically related to finance, such as Information Assurance, Sarbanes-Oxley, and Accounting.
Finding candidates with these unique skill sets can take roughly 17% longer to fill on average than other cybersecurity job openings.

The difficulties in filling jobs that require a combination of IT security and financial skills reflects a broader trend in the market: hybrid jobs which combine skill sets that are not traditionally trained for together. This often results in skills gaps where employers struggle to find employees that meet these skill needs.

Employers often struggle to fill positions with specialized skill requirements. The fastest-growing skills include industry
knowledge areas, such as HIPAA requirements in Health Care and Risk Management, and Accounting in Finance. The hardest-to fill skills are typically related to finance, such as Information Assurance, Sarbanes-Oxley, and Accounting.
Finding candidates with these unique skill sets can take roughly 17% longer to fill on average than other cybersecurity job openings. The difficulties in filling jobs that require a combination of IT security and financial skills reflects a broader trend in the market: hybrid jobs which combine skill sets that are not traditionally trained for together. This often results in skills gaps where employers struggle to find employees that meet these skill needs. The difficulties in filling jobs that require a combination of IT security and financial skills reflects a broader trend in the market: hybrid jobs which combine skill sets that are not traditionally trained for together. This often results in skills gaps where employers struggle to find employees that meet these skill needs.