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.
Despite it being an ineffective staff retention method, “Counter Offering” is increasingly being used as the tool of choice by employers of IT professionals as they struggle to hold onto quality talent in a rebounding market, according to specialist IT recruiter Greythorn.
Government support for startups and initiatives to re-focus the national training system in this year’s budget has drawn a tick of approval from the Australian Computer Society (ACS), but it wants much more to be done to meet the demands of a ‘fast-paced’ digital economy.
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