In 2017, the Centennial State ranked number one in the nation for private aerospace employment. The Denver-metro area now has the highest concentration of private-sector aerospace employment in the country. This is just part of the reason that Colorado is one of the fastest growing economies in the country.
Today, the Yellow Hammer State is home to more than 300 companies, including industry giants such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, GE Aviation, Raytheon, and GKN Aerospace. But like most other states across the nation, it’s a struggle to find enough cleared talent.
A recently-released NBIB report highlighted that there has been progress on the backlog of personal security clearance investigations. However, a new Performance.gov report shows there is a still significant room for improvement.
California has the greatest overall salary growth in the nation for security-cleared professionals. With increasing defense budgets and the expansion of the aerospace industry, the future is looking bright for the Golden State.
What’s in a name? When it involves IT – information technology – many people, including many employers, may assume it is all the same. However, in the world of IT there is a major difference in skillsets.