There are fewer high level IT jobs advertised on jobs boards than at any time since GFC circa 2008, yet some self-interested parties still claim there is a skills shortage. Oh heck, let’s name names – Clarius, there is no IT skills shortage in Australia and if there is one thing this government has got right is its stated intention to crack down on unnecessary IT 457 visas
The UK headquartered IT recruitment business Harvey Nash has set up shop in Australia with a team of four people, offering executive search, technology recruitment, and a conduit to the company's Vietnam based software development centre for organisations looking to offshore IT work.
Technology and its resultant automation have been cast as the jobs' bogeyman by regional banking giant ANZ which today announced 1,000 Australian jobs were being axed, and warned that more could follow as a result of further automation.
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