By 2030 one in five Australians will be aged 65 and over - but they'd best not expect a job in IT&T - a sector showing signs of entrenched ageism. Wrinkles, it seems, rankle recruiters.
The long anticipated IT skills shortage has re-emerged with a shortfall of 2,800 people recorded in the September Clarius Skills Index and signs that salaries have started to rise - in some cases by up to 20 per cent.
Around 650 project and programme managers are expected to descend on Melbourne this week for the Project Management Institute's (PMI) Global Congress - just as demand for IT project managers is again on the march in Australia.
After a year in the doldrums there are early signals that demand for ICT skills is again on the rise - particularly for business analysts, programme and project managers and test analysts - suggesting that salary increases may also lie ahead.
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