Temporary migration is one solution to help fill Australia’s cyber security talent shortage, but much more needs to be done to retain and upskill the country’s existing talent base, according to a senior executive from security firm McAfee.
Skilled migrants have been an “overwhelming net positive” for the Australian economy and particularly sought after for filling skilled IT positions like developer programmers and ICT business analysts, according to a new report.
Digitalisation and automation are fundamentally changing the way people work and workforces that blend technology and talent could be the answer to Australia’s job market concerns, according to a new report.
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Sam Varghese, paid Huawei shill.
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