Implementing online platforms where job seekers can input their experience and allow tracking of former projects through specialised systems could be one of many measures taken to address Australia’s skills shortage, according to one recruitment firm.
Fifty nine percent of Australian IT jobseekers value salary as the most persuasive factor when accepting a new job offer, according to a newly published survey which warns that Australia’s IT talent shortage is set to continue in 2019.
IT employers need to be willing to offer competitive remuneration packages in order to attract and retain the best talent to their company, according to one national recruitment consultancy which points to the 3.3% annual wage growth in the Australian IT sector.
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