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.
Australian executive employment has had its equal biggest fall in 12 months as banks continue to block business lending and economic growth sputters - but despite the plunge across other sectors, the IT sector was a “standout winner” for the month, following on from two months of sizeable falls, according to a new employment report.
Changes to bank lending rules by “commercially inept” government regulators is killing Australia’s engine room - the small business sector - according to the chief of recruitment firm EL Consult.
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.
Australia’s technology sector registered the best result for November for executive employment demand, according to the latest report from recruitment firm EL Consult, with demand rising by 12% to redress losses in the prior two months.
The demand for executives in the Australian ICT sector waxes and wanes on a monthly basis, but was second only to the financial sector in demand for August as the country’s jobs market trends towards its highest level in seven years.
Executive employment in Australia is in a “golden age”, according to one search firm which reveals an increase of 15% in demand for executives in August – with IT executive demand second only to the management sector.
The IT sector has been cast as the “real corporate game changer” for business in Australia, with the latest report on executive demand in the sector showing a 9% increase for March over February, with New South Wales and the ACT the clear leaders - and executive jobs up 47% on a year ago.
Demand for ICT executives has risen markedly with the latest employment report pushing the demand in February up by 16% to its highest level since 2012.
The Australian ICT sector jobs market for executives hit a high note in November with a 35% gain, coming second only to management in gains, according to the latest executive demand index from EL Consult recruitment.
There are signs Australia’s “booming economy" might be hitting a flat spot, according to recruitment firm EL Consult, which says its executive demand index for October showed the Information Technology sector was the smallest supplier of executive-level jobs for the month.
The demand for executives in the IT sector continues to decline, with a fall of 11% in October reversing gains made earlier in the year.
Employment demand for ICT executives slumped by 6% in September, with the Queensland tech sector showing the best results compared to other states, according to the latest job index.
Employment demand for executives in Australia’s technology sector plunged by 6% in September despite an increase in demand across most other industry sectors, according to the latest executive employment report.
The Information and Communications Technology sector has delivered a second consecutive monthly rise in demand for executives in August, with demand jumping by 4% for the month.
The slide in demand for executives in the IT and communications sector was arrested in November after a period of decline, according to the latest report from EL Consult.
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.
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.
The outlook is bleak for the IT sector, with demand for executives falling two months in a row as the national economy struggles to gain traction.
Demand for executives was marginally higher in March, with the IT industry once again the standout sector, gaining 11 points for the month.
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