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gregorymboelter  
#1 Posted : Monday, 30 November 2015 6:06:59 PM(UTC)
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Do you want a job with great career opportunities and benefits? Then you should you consider IT!

Today, according to seek.com.au, there are nearly 12,000 jobs advertised in the Information and Communication Technology industry.

Over the past year, this figure hasn’t altered much as businesses continue to struggle to find skilled IT professionals to fill these positions. This problem isn’t limited to Australia; globally, companies are saying they struggle to find IT employees. The demand for IT employees increases as businesses’ reliance on IT grows.

Early in 2014, news.com.au reported that tech positions such as IT project manager, business analyst, digital marketing manager, mobile app developer and JavaScript developer are highly sought after.

While it’s common for people to view IT as a dull industry – people in tweed jackets busily coding in dark offices (how times have changed, Alan Turning!), it’s time to shift this mindset as it is no longer the case.

Information technology is everywhere and utilised by many. Online shopping, social media, TV streaming, Google and games are all vibrant areas of IT which add to our enjoyment of life. Behind these are teams of innovative, analytical, creative, ambitious, problem-solving men and women. Many work for large global companies in teams full of digital expertise.
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NaveenGupta  
#2 Posted : Friday, 16 September 2016 4:58:08 PM(UTC)
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hi, this is naveen working with lccinfotechas a marketing manager .

hAustralian IT professionals are in high demand but short supply as companies seek to transform into digital businesses,
probuztech  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, 28 March 2018 4:30:30 PM(UTC)
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Absolutely, and it’s going to get stronger as time goes on. I’ve read a few different articles across the web noting that by 2020 there will be 1 million more jobs, than IT training courses and skilled professionals to fill them. That is a massive gap for any industry. In our day to day work of recruiting IT professionals, I’m noticing this trend already. There is so much competition out there for good IT professionals, I will emphasise “good”. If your students plan their career strategy correctly, they will be in a position to chose what type of work they want.

Edited by moderator Wednesday, 28 March 2018 8:12:25 PM(UTC)  | Reason: violate the forum rules http://bettereducation.com.au/ForumRules.aspx

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