IT Jobs demand at four-year high!

Old Jun 16th 2005, 8:27 am
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Default IT Jobs demand at four-year high!

Sounds like some good news for us IT geeks.

RECRUITMENT demand in the Australian information technology and
communications sector is at its hottest levels in four years, according
to a new report.

The report said the changing demographics of the information technology sector in recent years, with people exiting rather than entering the industry, meant increased demand and shorter supply.

As a result, ITC salaries increased by 7.9 per cent across the board for the first half of 2005.

"The IT market has seen above average salary increases in the past eighteen months and this is expected to continue," she said.

...more here:

http://australianit.news.com.au/arti...nbv%5E,00.html

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Old Jul 1st 2005, 12:52 pm
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Originally Posted by Tops
Sounds like some good news for us IT geeks.

RECRUITMENT demand in the Australian information technology and
communications sector is at its hottest levels in four years, according
to a new report.

The report said the changing demographics of the information technology sector in recent years, with people exiting rather than entering the industry, meant increased demand and shorter supply.

As a result, ITC salaries increased by 7.9 per cent across the board for the first half of 2005.

"The IT market has seen above average salary increases in the past eighteen months and this is expected to continue," she said.

...more here:

http://australianit.news.com.au/arti...nbv%5E,00.html

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That's nice to hear...

Cheers for the info!

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