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Canadian Security Magazine – 2013 Salary Survey

November 1, 2013 By Condor’s Team

Canadian Security Magazine conducted a survey in October to collect information related to average salaries in the security field. The survey also explored overall job satisfaction ratings, company loyalty and staff retention, training opportunities, and level of expertise.

Condor Security CEO Ben Tabesh was interviewed in the Canadian Security Magazine article which published the results of the survey. Mr. Tabesh emphasized the importance of training and continual professional advancement for those in the private security field

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