Career change to IT security from Merchant Navy
sandy2013 21 weeks ago
I am having a degree in Mechanical Engg/Marine Engg and currently working in Merchant Navy as 3rd Engr. I am 29 years old. I am thinking of changing my career into IT security by doing a 6 months course in ethical hacking because my current health conditions doesn't allow me to continue in Merchant Navy. I need advice and guidance on this matter from IT security Professional. will it be tougher to get an opening. what will be the starting salary per month. what all thing I need to do for a successful career change. Please share your view.
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