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Because of its small size, the company also is flexible in terms of career plans. If a professional wants to remain within development and doesn’t want to move into management, it could be a possibility, Jenik said.
“I know some people that are 40, 45, 50 years old, and they’re still [in] what we’ll call an entry-level position,” he said. “They like to do development. They don’t want to manage anybody. [And] they usually get compensated for it because they have a lot of experience. I know that happens, as well.”
However, for those who want to move up, Beyond Security is more than happy to help.
“Let’s take someone who got into a very entry-level position. I would like to see that person 10 or 15 years from now managing the development, being the VP of R&D for BeyondSecurity,” Jenik said. “For someone who wants it, I’d like to see them moving forward.”
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