Women who work in the Australian technology sector are as one in saying that more of their tribe are needed in the ICT industry for a number of reasons. To mark International Women's Day, a number of them offered their opinions as to how the IT industry can attract more female talent in 2019 and in the years ahead.
The ICT industry was the second strongest contributor to job ad growth across Australia in 2018, with job ads up 12% last year compared to 2017, according to the latest employment report from online jobs board SEEK which also showed that across all industries the average advertised salary was up by 3.9% in 2018.
Disruptive technologies over the last 50 years and in the future of business enterprise, and the evolution of technology careers will be the key focus of at the 50th anniversary events of the global ICT professional association ISACA this year, with the Oceania CACS to be held in Auckland.
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Thanks David, and thanks iTWire for continuing to cover this.