It now takes more than 26 days to hire a new ICT worker - six days longer than a year ago. And where 12 months ago there were on average 7.7 candidates lined up for each position on offer, there are now just 6.8 candidates. Smart candidates should soon be able to name their own price.
The Federal Government's slew of skills initiatives announced in this week's Budget have received a thumbs-up from the IT Contract and Recruitment Association (ITCRA), particularly the $588 million worth of training initiatives and the $30 million programme targeted at older workers
The Federal Budget has largely ignored the ICT sector, leaving the peak industry body to pin its hopes on the release of the Digital Economy statement later this month.
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