Demand for ICT executives plunged by 7% in May, the largest drop of any business or industry sector in the month, according to the latest executive employment index from EL Consult.
The federal election is barely underway but is already putting a dampener on business demand for executives - including in ICT - with many businesses now holding back on taking on new employees, according to the employment demand index from EL Consult.
Demand for executives in the ICT sector declined slightly in March compared to February as national demand across all industry sectors fell by 2%, with executive search firm EL Consult cautioning that Australia’s economy faces some “mild headwinds”.
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