Cryptographic Technicians

The Bureau of Labor predicts faster than average employment growth for mathematicians, which includes many cryptographers, through 2022. The need for skilled cryptographic technicians should remain high as U.S. intelligence operations take place throughout the world and as the government works to address new terrorist threats.


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