More than 25% of Australian IT graduates from the 2012 academic year did not get jobs in their profession. What's more, those that do have a job are getting paid significantly less than graduates of engineering and other sciences.
Despite the supposed 'skills shortage,' IT graduates fare only slightly better than average in terms of employment, and a surprisingly large proportion find themselves in jobs where their degree isn't important.
TechnologyOne is in the midst of a transition to the cloud, so it's looking for graduates with the right skills to help it with the journey.
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