The information technology sector just pipped marketing at the post to be the best performer, assisted again by increased private sector positions, according to the June executive demand index report from executive search firm EL Consult.
Employment opportunities for Australian executives are growing again after two months of coronavirus lockdown, according to a report by executive search firm EL Consult, and despite IT executive job advertising falling by 1% in May.
The Information and Communications Technology sector was the only industry sector showing a positive result in June for executive employment demand, according to the latest index from recruitment firm EL Consult.
Employment demand for executives fell 3% in October, prompting one major recruitment firm to question whether Australia’s employment market has peaked.
Australia’s ICT sector continues to offer little short-term hope for job-seeking executives with a new report on executive employment revealing that the jobs index lost 5% in June after a 6% retraction in May.
The ICT sector has streaked ahead of all other business and industry sectors in April, with demand for executives in the sector rising by 33% – a third straight quarter of gains.
Demand for executives in the ICT sector plummeted in October for the third consecutive month in contrast to the continuing trend in other sectors of the Australian economy where demand rose by 9% nationally.
ICT executives continue to face an uncertain employment market as demand waxes and wanes in a generally volatile jobs market across all business and industry sectors nationally.
The rising and falling demand for executives in the ICT sector continues, with demand in August falling sharply by 10% after two consecutive months of increases, according to the latest demand index from EL Consult.
Employment demand for executives in the ICT industry has risen for the second consecutive month as demand across all business and industry sectors increased by 17%, according to the latest EL Consult Index.
Demand for executives in the ICT sector has remained strong in June, despite the long federal election campaign, the UK vote to exit the EU and a rising Australian dollar all weighing heavily on business confidence, according to the latest EL Consult executive demand index.
Demand for ICT executives plunged by 7% in May, the largest drop of any business or industry sector in the month, according to the latest executive employment index from EL Consult.
The federal election is barely underway but is already putting a dampener on business demand for executives - including in ICT - with many businesses now holding back on taking on new employees, according to the employment demand index from EL Consult.
Demand for executives in the ICT sector declined slightly in March compared to February as national demand across all industry sectors fell by 2%, with executive search firm EL Consult cautioning that Australia’s economy faces some “mild headwinds”.
The IT sector has been falling by the wayside in the executive demand stakes over recent times, with demand for execs falling in December and now January.
The year ahead is looking promising for ICT executives on the market for a new job or looking to reboot their career, with the latest executive demand index showing the sector has significantly reversed previous declines in demand.
The ICT industry was not spared when executive employment demand plunged to a new low in October, with losses in every business sector and most of the big states.
There’s a critical shortage of IT security experts in Australia to meet an otherwise welcome increase in the demand for ICT executives after months of employment uncertainty for the country’s tech executives.
Demand for executives was marginally higher in March, with the IT industry once again the standout sector, gaining 11 points for the month.
The IT industry continues to show a cautious but increasing confidence in hiring, once again taking the lead over other industry sectors in the latest executive demand index.
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