Australia’s tech industry peak body the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) says its support for the growth of Australia’s ICT workforce has seen more than 1,340 Queenslanders participate in the two pilot Queensland Government supported ICT micro-credentialing courses in the past 12 months.
The information and communications technology jobs sector was absolutely hammered in March, listed among the top three sectors contributing to the decline in job ad numbers compared to the same month in 2019 as a result of the COVID-19 shutdown of the economy.
Australian workers are feeling the effects of emerging technologies across industries as jobs are augmented by technology - specifically automation - at an unprecedented rate, according to a new report.
Tech professionals are feeling the impact of the skills gap, with 60% of pros recently surveyed saying they are not actively pursuing a new skill or completed a certification in the last six months, despite advice they need to upskill to advance their careers.
ICT executives continue to face an uncertain employment market as demand waxes and wanes in a generally volatile jobs market across all business and industry sectors nationally.
The ICT jobs market in Australia and globally is going through a transformation with a significant shift to hybrid roles bringing formerly siloed skills such as IT, marketing and business together into one role.
The New Zealand capital Wellington has launched a campaign to attract Australian technology talent to the city in an effort to meet an increasing demand for workers fuelled by its booming ICT and creative sectors.
The Information Technology & Contract Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has formed a partnership with New Zealand’s Burning Glass to facilitate deeper analysis of its SkillsMatch data.
There’s encouraging signs that Australia's ICT jobs market has been gathering pace over the past quarter, with the market for ICT skills now at its highest point for more than a year, according to a newly published report.
Demand for ICT jobs in Sydney and Melbourne is picking up, and the first quarter of this year is showing improved prospects for the national hiring market over 2013, prompting one national recruiter to express cautious optimism about the hiring market for the remainder of the year.
The Information Technology Contract & Recruitment Association (ITCRA) has changed and re-launched its industry certification program after taking into account feedback to a 2012 survey from members of the association.
CeBIT attendees are set to get a taste of the country with the region set to be heavily represented at the upcoming Sydney tech summit.
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