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.
Non-IT business leaders are still yet to fully understand the benefits of Big Data and the wider impact on their organisation, despite new research showing that it has become fully embedded in Australian business life so that it is no longer considered “hype”.
There was a sharp increase in number of technology jobs created in IT, media and telecommunications in the three months from May to the end of July, with recruitment firm Robert Half seeing the “uptick” as a sign that employers are investing in workforce talent and that the demand for specialist roles will continue to the end of this year.
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