A new video service, that lets people create their own CVs in order to search for jobs, says it will be offering free service to those who have lost their jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.
Fifty nine percent of Australian IT jobseekers value salary as the most persuasive factor when accepting a new job offer, according to a newly published survey which warns that Australia’s IT talent shortage is set to continue in 2019.
Four in five jobseekers have adapted, or plan to adapt, their CVs and online profiles for initial screening by an algorithm, according to an online poll of 6000 people conducted by a major recruiting firm.
There is a talent mismatch between the skills jobseekers possess and those employers want, according to a new report showing that despite an existing pool of labour, Australian employers in high-skill industries still find it difficult to fill jobs that require highly-skilled professionals.
Accounting software company MYOB has launched an education programme which, it says, is aimed at broadening the profession to people of a variety of ages and cultural backgrounds.
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