Melbourne and Sydney IT workers with postgraduate degrees and a continuous learning mindset are likely to fare reasonably well during the 2020s.
Connectivity is spurring South Australia's start-up culture, with new research by demographer Bernard Salt pointing to entrepreneurialism booming "as local business embrace the service economy".
An NBN Co commissioned report claims there has been a four percent uplift in local small businesses (5-19 employees) in the last two years due to the region’s increased connectivity through access to fast broadband.
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