Even with various career options for women, they somehow remained underrepresented compared to their male counterparts. In 2014 the U.S. Department of Labor reported that only 7.5 percent of security and fire alarm installers, 18 percent of information security analysts and 23 percent of people working in the security guard sector were women. Although these statistics are not sognificant, there has been substantial increases in the number of women entering the industry in recent years, and there are tremendous stories of women being promoted to senior-level positions. The balance of power is shifting.
If you are innovative, there is ample opportunity for you.
Most importantly, if you want to promote real positive change for other career-driven women, working in the security industry is a great option. Yes, there are significantly more men than women working in the security industry today. Yes, there remains an imbalance of power at the executive level in some companies. Yes, there are some conservative attitudes inherent in the work environment that will challenge you every day. But the rate of change in this industry is exponential, and that rate of change can be exploited to your advantage if you wish to get ahead. As new technology is introduced, stay on top of the research. See if you can spot trends in technology. Learn all you can about robots, drones, biometrics and artificial intelligence. Research your customers. Understand what drives them in their markets. What trends are they seeing? How are risks and threats to their environments changing? If you are constantly thinking proactively of ways you can solve your customers’ problems, you will succeed. The more knowledge you have in any job, the more power you will have in your organization. John F. Kennedy Jr. once said, “Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.”Karas Group has been hiring women for its significant positions, the creativity and adoption to new technology is over powering the conventional ways of securing any unforeseen event in the premises. A well-equipped and technical women is always more proactive to situations as compared to her male counterparts.