Australia’s I CT sector is on the verge of a mini jobs boom over the next six years, but the predicted demand for IT professionals is tempered by a continuing and worrying decline in the number of graduates with ICT qualifications.
New approaches to regulation and infrastructure funding are required to promote digital inclusion and to close the ‘digital gap’ between industrialised economies and developing economies in emerging markets.
Australia’s digital economy has grown by 50% in just three years and is now the country’s biggest growth lever, according to a newly published study on salaries and hiring in the IT sector.
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