With the growing acceptance of the so-called "gig economy" workforce in Australia, newly published research reveals that Australian hiring managers predict a 70:30 split between permanent and temporary workers by 2023.
The development and implementation of new technologies is creating both opportunities and challenges in the IT jobs market, with the booming IT market — and more jobs being available — leading to increasing employee turnover, according to a newly published survey.
The employment prospects for IT contractors are on the improve with a new recruitment survey revealing that the overall majority of Australian chief information officers are planning to increase their contract IT headcount by an average of 21% over the next 12 months.
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