The latest security clearance compensation survey results are here. Please complete the short form and click Submit to receive your free copy of ClearanceJobs' 2014 Compensation Survey.
This survey is the authoritative resource for compensation, salary, benefits, and job satisfaction data on security-cleared professionals.
Our compensation survey data has been cited in RFPs, academic research, and Congressional testimonies.
Nearly 21,000 security-cleared professionals responded to the 2014 Security Clearance Compensation Survey making it our largest one yet.
With this year’s budget firm, the job market has stabilized to start 2014. When asked for a description of the current job market for professionals with active, federal security clearance, America’s hiring managers and recruiters said “fairly robust,” “above average,” “very, very stable,” and still has an “abundance of open jobs.”
The government and its contractors have a pressing need for tech talent, including most acutely cybersecurity professionals. The rub: so does every other industry.
Effective February 24, 2014 only federal employees will be conducting the final quality evaluation before the investigative product is sent to the agency for review and adjudication.