Students at the University of Canberra will be provided with key skills and opportunities needed to help them gain employment as part of the next generation of IT professionals entering the workforce in Australia, including in the public sector.
Demand for IT professionals with security credentials and experience will dominate the tech industry jobs market over the next five years, but new research also reveals it will be increasingly difficult to recruit these professionals in a “candidate-short” market.
Employers are intending to hire new staff over the remainder of this year, but the positive employment outlook is dampened somewhat by new research indicating that many employees feel let down in on-the-job training and are actively looking to switch jobs.
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