In the face of an impending skills shortage, over half of IT professionals working in the digital and mobile sector are intending to change jobs in the next 12 months, according to a newly published study.
Age discrimination seems to be rife in the IT industry if a recent survey of more than 3000 job seekers is anything to go by, with 61% of them believing they had either personally been discriminated against due to their age or knew someone who had experienced age discrimination.
The chief of one of Australia’s leading ICT recruitment firms has joined the chorus of industry and business leaders hailing the prospects for the growth of an innovative, digital economy under the leadership of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.
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