Australian IT professionals are seemingly an unsettled lot, with many of them planning to jump ship and look for a new job in the next 12 months, and others prepared to move from their current employer if approached with the right offer.
The ICT jobs market is heating up as demand for ICT professionals grows, but the increased competition for jobs means it now takes recruiters longer to place candidates.
The Information Technology Contract and Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has ramped up its workplace health and safety program iSafe for this year on the back of expansion of the program over the past 12 months beyond the IT recruitment industry to the wider while collar professional market.
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