We’re in the era of the skills economy. This is an unprecedented time where skilled professionals, especially IT professionals, are in high demand and highly valued if we are to build the industries of the future.
Demand for IT professionals is at an historic high, according to a new employment report which reveals that demand is highest for contractors as companies look to increase or maintain their use of non-permanent labour.
Facing an industry-wide shortage of IT talent, particularly professionals with security and network expertise, Telstra has decided to start a Business Technology Services academy to train its own IT pros.
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