The ICT jobs market has softened in line with the overall downward business trend, according to a newly published report which notes that job shrinkage in the Australian market started way back in June last year.
With employees working longer hours, greater pressure on employer budgets and more stringent headcount approval processes in place, Australia’s ICT employers are bracing for what they see as tougher business conditions this year compared to 2013.
The Australian and New Zealand ICT jobs market is a mixture of good, not so good and bad. Research released today highlights a contradictory employment landscape, and prompts a warning that a lack of talent to fill specialised roles may impact Australia’s ability to maintain a globally recognised technology sector.
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