Displaying items by tag: ICT executives

Employment demand for executives fell 3% in October, prompting one major recruitment firm to question whether Australia’s employment market has peaked.

Published in Enterprise Staff

Australian ICT industry executives and their counterparts around the world believe mobile computing will raise cyber security risks for organisations, with artificial intelligence topping the list as the greatest security risk, according to a new report.

Published in Security

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.

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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.

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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.

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Australia enjoyed improving business conditions, healthy employment numbers and a stronger economy in July with the ICT sector doing well with a rise of 11% in executive job demand, according to a new study.

Published in Recruitment

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.

Published in Recruitment
Tuesday, 18 April 2017 00:23

ICT exec demand increases 30% over two months

The ICT  sector has led the way for all other business and industry sectors in March, with executive job demand rising by 4% following a big increase of 26% in February.

Published in Recruitment

Demand for executives in the ICT sector is recovering, with employers showing an increase in intent to employ of 26% in February over January following a previous period of lessening demand.

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There's more misery ahead for ICT executives, with the weakening job market for the technology high flyers at the end of last year carrying over into this year. The extent of the crisis is evident with the latest report on executive demand for January plummeting 28% since December.

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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.

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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.

Published in Enterprise Staff

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.

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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”.

Published in Recruitment

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.

Published in Enterprise Staff
Monday, 07 September 2015 13:35

ICT faces critical shortage of IT security execs

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.

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