The impact of the COVID 19 pandemic has resulted in just over half, or 51% of professionals who have been working remotely, not yet feeling safe and happy to return to their co-located workplace, according to a new survey.
Two of the top five cyber security challenges organisations face trace back to the acute cyber security talent gap, a lack of in-house expertise and difficulty finding the right talent, according to a newly published report.
Data scientists, data engineers and data analysts are in hot demand in Australia, topping the list of IT skills shortfalls for the first half of 2019, according to a new report on the jobs market.
Face-to-face communications have fallen victim to the rise of the natural online communicators — or so-called "digital natives" — according to one recruiting firm, which says employers are increasingly vetting candidates’ communications skills.
Four in five jobseekers have adapted, or plan to adapt, their CVs and online profiles for initial screening by an algorithm, according to an online poll of 6000 people conducted by a major recruiting firm.
Over half of IT & telecommunications employers will give their staff a pay rise of less than 3% in their next review while 8% will not increase salaries at all, according to a newly released 2018-19 salary guide from one national recruitment firm.
Many IT and telecommunications professionals are in line for salary increases with more than half the employers in the two sectors indicating they will consider a lift in salaries — but only by around 3% — in their next reviews.
There is a talent mismatch between the skills jobseekers possess and those employers want, according to a new report showing that despite an existing pool of labour, Australian employers in high-skill industries still find it difficult to fill jobs that require highly-skilled professionals.
Workers in Australia’s IT and telecommunications industry are set to receive the most generous salary increases this year, according to a new salary guide which reveals that 20% of employers intend to award increases of 6% or more in their next review.
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