The number of students enrolling for a cyber security course devised by the industry-based organisation IT Masters in collaboration with Charles Sturt University has almost tripled, it is claimed.
Census data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that people with university qualifications working in the IT industry are paid an average of 11.5% more than if they had no such qualifications.
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection has knocked back an FOIA request from an IT workers' lobby group about the extent to which 457 visas are used in the IT industry because "the data doesn’t exist, we can’t find it or it’s all too hard".
A lobby group for Australian IT workers says that any moves by the federal government to improve the way that skilled labour is imported into the country is a positive.
A lobby group for Australian IT workers has threatened to "name and shame" companies that it claims are exploiting the 457 visa system to bring in overseas workers at low salaries and keeping local IT graduates out.
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