Australian project managers among world's highest earners, says PMI study
Australian project managers among the world's top earners with average salaries of US$103,789, reveals PMI study.
Australian cybersecurity talent shortage pushes up salaries
Australian cybersecurity roles are facing a talent shortage, elevating salaries and causing recruitment difficulties.
New report reveals booming global demand for AI expertise
Artificial intelligence expertise has seen a global surge, with a 60% in hiring and 59% rise in organisations seeking such skills, according to a new report.
Tech sector rebalances after period of unsustainable growth, says index
New data suggests a 'correction' in the Australian tech sector as valuations and salaries stabilise after unsustainable growth.
UK’s SMEs are facing cybersecurity crisis: Hamilton Barnes
Hamilton Barnes blames ageing talent for the skills shortage of 160,000 cybersecurity professionals and salary hikes pricing SMEs out of the market.
Majority of APAC CFOs concerned about rising wages
Global CFOs are worried about rising wages to stay competitive, but remain bullish on growth, according to a survey by Globalization Partners.
Report: APAC DevOps salary brackets lagging behind
While DevOps salaries for APAC professionals are behind the curve, there is a significant global increase worldwide.
Why you should consider a career in artificial intelligence
You don't have to look far to see that AI is on a rapid growth trajectory in Australia, as it's being used in almost every industry.
Digital skills could be the key to a salary boost in Australia
Digital skills could be a crucial factor in determining a salary boost, according to new RMIT Online research.
2021 global salary guide: Cybersecurity, data analytics professionals in high demand
Demand for cybersecurity, data analytics, and network engineering skills remains high in the technology sector, according to Talent's salary guide.
Research: Younger cybersecurity pros more fearful of being replaced by AI
Young cybersecurity pros fear AI job threat, older peers unfazed—Exabeam study reveals generational split.
Good news and bad news for technology workers
Digital and technology professionals in Australia earn 56% more than the national median salary, according to a new report.
Are you paying your IT employees fairly? A third feel overworked and underpaid
IT workers may be feeling overworked and underpaid, but they may have the upper hand when it comes to negotiating higher salaries.
Has NZ's ICT skills shortage caused a 2% drop in salary?
A new report shows NZ median IT salaries are down 2% in July, reaching $80,000. NZ's skills shortage and migration levels may be contributing factors.
Updated: Education sector slams Joyce on income rankings
Educators are 'astounded' that Joyce, in releasing this data, suggests teaching isn’t the profession to choose if you want a prosperous future.
Business confidence hits IT pay packets, bonuses
Tech sector pay packages have decreased for the first time since June 2013 - but which regions are faring best?.
IT jobs in NZ... What's in demand?
New projects were the key drivers of demand for IT professionals across New Zealand in the last six months, according to the latest report from specialist recruitment consultancy Robert Walters.
Kiwi tech firm unleashing the beast
Cloud company Unleashed Software increases staff count by 60%, relocates it offices to Auckland's North Shore and raises salaries to 20% above market average.
Shortage of IT talent to boost salaries in 2013
Due to high demand IT professionals can expect multiple job offers, allowing them to negotiate top salaries.
Study: IT talent war looms
New Zealand ICT salaries have yet to reflect the increasingly tight talent market, say the results of a new study.
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Survey: ICT job ads up 45%
Over a third of businesses are currently hiring with 82% expecting to do so within the next six months, says a new report.
Project management salaries on the rise
Despite the global recession, salaries in the project management sector continue to grow.
2010: No change expected for ICT salaries
Hudson Recruitment’s 2010 Salary Guide for ICT roles has revealed that salaries saw no significant change in 2009 and are expected to remain ‘constant’ in 2010.