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A market scarcity in skilled IT workers and increasing cost of living have been said to be leading factors in a shift in how Australian employees prefer to be rewarded for good work.
The Australian IT employment market has been claimed to be at its strongest ever, and is expected to strengthen further over the next 12 months, according to Chris Le Coic, CEO of Australian online employment portal CareersSites.
When New Zealand consultancy Catalyst IT started operations in 1997, its vision was to make open source software the preferred option for local businesses, and it was that vision that eventually led to the company’s success.
Besides experiencing a dramatic decline in ICT jobs during the past five years, Sydney is also fast losing ground as Australia’s ICT hub, according to a study conducted by Monash University’s Centre for Population and Urban Research.