Data scientists, data engineers and data analysts are in hot demand in Australia, topping the list of IT skills shortfalls for the first half of 2019, according to a new report on the jobs market.
Australia’s technology sector registered the best result for November for executive employment demand, according to the latest report from recruitment firm EL Consult, with demand rising by 12% to redress losses in the prior two months.
Employment demand for executives fell 3% in October, prompting one major recruitment firm to question whether Australia’s employment market has peaked.
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