Australia's professional association for the ICT sector, the Australian Computer Society, has launched its "2018 ACS Australia’s Digital Pulse report", highlighting "Australia’s ICT workforce grew from 640,800 workers in 2016 to 663,100 workers in 2017, an increase of 3.5%".
In a follow up to CA Tech's recent study showing the need for digital transformation across APJ has reached a "critical level", the company says cultural issues, risk aversion and lack of leadership skills are stinting digital transformation efforts.
A new study released by "employment marketplace" Seek for International Women’s Day shows that "over 65% of Australia’s workforce would like to see more women in leadership roles."
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