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Wellington still on the lookout for Aussie tech talent Wellington continues the New Zealand push to attract tech talent from Australia, putting out figures today which show that the city continues to offer what…
IT bounces back but demand for executives still uncertain The employment outlook for senior executives in the IT sector remains uncertain as the 2016 business year gets into stride.
IT Managers face big issues and IT audit is still off the mark The top technology challenges faced by IT audit executives and professionals worldwide is to keep pace with emerging technology and infrastructure changes, including transformation, innovation…
ICT industry not alone, as executive demand plummets The ICT industry was not spared when executive employment demand plunged to a new low in October, with losses in every business sector and most…
IT pros look on the bright side with salaries IT professionals are optimistic about their future annual pay and packages and many are expecting a salary increase next year.
Interview with Kerrie-Anne Turner – her accidental IT life Kerrie-Anne Turner is both a power in the IT industry and a finalist in this year’s NSW Telstra Business Women’s Awards. She is a truly…
Telstra replaces 8% of Hobart staff with offshore workers Telstra staff in Tasmania have been told that nearly 40 of them face the axe - 30 in Hobart, four in Launceston and four agency…
Job jumping disrupts digital, mobile market: recruiter In the face of an impending skills shortage, over half of IT professionals working in the digital and mobile sector are intending to change jobs…
Corporate security execs in high demand IT security executives are highly sought after as the ICT sector continued to increase in demand for executives for the second consecutive month.
‘Shocking levels’ of age discrimination in IT, says recruiter Age discrimination seems to be rife in the IT industry if a recent survey of more than 3000 job seekers is anything to go by,…

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