Australia’s tech industry peak body the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has called on the Federal Government to ensure that visas for skilled ICT professionals are prioritised to address Australia’s significant shortages of skilled workers as the country’s borders reopen.
The US has announced fresh curbs on H-1B visas, with the Department of Homeland Security unveiling what it described as an interim final rule "to protect US workers, restore integrity to the H-1B program and better guarantee that H-1B petitions are approved only for qualified beneficiaries and petitioners".
Australia’s peak body for the tech industry, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Queensland Government to partner with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) to deliver critical skills around innovation in IT and cyber security in the State.
Millions of jobs could be at risk over the next 10 years if Australia fails to create a “workforce for the future”, according to a newly released discussion paper suggesting that few jobs will be protected from the encroachment of automation in the workforce. However, start-ups and tech companies are expected to generate forward-looking jobs based on emerging technologies.
Australia’s chief defence scientist says the defence force needs to leverage advances in technology to maintain its capability edge.
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