Ict education & job trends sept 2011

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Ict education & job trends sept 2011

  1. 1. New Zealand ICTTertiary Education & Job Series September 2011 Rugby World Cup garry.roberton@wintec.ac.nzNote: Indicates new/significant change
  2. 2. Insights Jobs [Last month ()]:  NZ Seek ICT jobs adverts for the month of September;  Auckland down 8% (-4%), Wellington down 3% (-18%) and Canterbury down 12% (-5%)  Waikato experienced a 22% decrease after two consecutive increases of 14% for July and 11% for August  All NZ fell by 7% (-8%) (Up 12% on September 2010)  Trademe (all NZ) decreased by 2% (-9%) (Up 13% on September 2010)  In May 2011 job vacancies for IT professionals, for both the UK and NZ, were 28% and 27% higher respectively than in May 2010
  3. 3. Seek ICT Job Trends NZ 2011 3500 3000 2732 3127 2662 2603 2689 3000 2870 2662 2500 2000 1712 Last Year 1500 1000 500 0 Jan Feb Mar April 2011 2011 May June 2011 2011 July Aug 2011 2011 2011 2011 Sept 2011Source: (Accessed September 2011)
  4. 4. Seek ICT Job Adverts Monthly Change for September 2011 0% -5% -10% Monthly Change -15% -20% -25%Source: (Accessed September 2011)
  5. 5. Seek ICT Job Adverts January to September 2011 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% Growth 20% 10% 0%Source: (Accessed September 2011)
  6. 6. 2007 Peak ICT Job Adverts NZbefore Seek & Trademerecession 3487 3500 3127 3000 3000 2870 2689 2732 2662 2603 2662 2500 2000 Trademe IT 1712 Seek IT 1462 1474 1484 1367 1407 1391 1500 1353 1352 1324 955 1000 500 0 Sept Jan Feb Mar April May June July Aug Sept 2007 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 Source: (Accessed September 2011)
  7. 7. Seek ICT Job Adverts January to September 2011 Total NZ Canterbury September 2010 Wellington Waikato Auckland 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 Auckland Waikato Wellington Canterbury Total NZ Sep-11 1629 56 707 214 2662 Aug-11 1772 72 727 242 2870 Jul-11 1837 65 891 255 3127 Jun-11 1751 57 880 229 3000 May-11 1635 59 785 184 2732 Apr-11 1516 67 825 188 2689 Mar-11 1530 68 785 144 2603 Feb-11 1559 66 800 151 2662 Jan-11 960 42 532 123 1712Source: (Accessed September 2011)
  8. 8. Seek ICT Job Adverts by Industry Certification September 2011 Total NZ Canterbury Wellington Waikato Auckland 0 200 400 600 800 Auckland Waikato Wellington Canterbury Total NZ Microsoft 282 10 95 40 446 Cisco 148 7 66 30 255 Linux 489 16 174 59 749 Waikato & Canterbury experienced small increases in Cisco adverts for the monthSource: (Accessed September 2011)
  9. 9. Seek ICT Job Adverts Filtered by Management Certifications Revised for September 2011350300 Distribution250200 PMP/Prince 38%150 ITIL100 62%50 0 Notes: • PMP & Prince certifications included together in majority of management adverts • All 3 management certifications may be referenced in the same job advert. Source: (Accessed September 2011)
  10. 10. Seek ICT Job Adverts by Programming Language September 2011 Total NZ Canterbury Wellington Waikato Auckland 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 Auckland Waikato Wellington Canterbury Total NZ PHP 342 19 125 36 522 C# 146 2 41 20 213 .NET 202 2 57 17 284 Java 367 8 134 42 561Source: (Accessed September 2011)
  11. 11. Seek ICT Job Adverts For Major Languages August - September 2011 284 290 Java 561 622 PHP 213 239 Inner = Aug C# Outer = Sept .NET 564 New for 522 September 2011 Note: Total adverts for all four languages declined by 8% for the monthSource: (Accessed September 2011)
  12. 12. Australia ICT Professionals – Employment Prospects New for September 2011 Recent Employment Growth (%) – 2 Years and 5 Years to May 2010  Employment for ICT Professionals increased by 35.8 per cent [employment for all occupations increased by 10.6 per cent]  In the last two years, employment for ICT Professionals rose by 10.1 per cent compared with 2.5 per cent for all occupations.Source: (Accessed September 2011)
  13. 13. Australia ICT Professionals – Employment Prospects New for September 2011 Employment Size by Occupation (‘000) – May 2010 1. Software and Applications Programmers is the largest occupation within ICT Professionals (77,000 workers or 35.3 per cent of ICT Professionals) followed by 2. Database and Systems Administration and IT Security (33,500 workers) and 3. Computer Network Professionals (32,600)Source: ABS Labour Force Survey cat. no. 6291.0.55.003 (DEEWR trend data); DEEWR projections to 2014-15
  14. 14. Australia ICT Professionals – Employment Prospects New for September 2011 Employment Size by Occupation (‘000) – May 2010 1. Computer Network Professionals experienced the largest employment gain (13,900 new jobs), followed by 2. Multimedia Specialists and Web Developers (8,200) and 3. ICT Business and Systems Analysts (7,700)Source: ABS Labour Force Survey cat. no. 6291.0.55.003 (DEEWR trend data); DEEWR projections to 2014-15
  15. 15. Australia ICT Professionals – Employment Prospects New for September 2011 Projected average employment growth rate is 2.5 per cent per annum (Approx. 28,500 new jobs in the five years to 2014-15 (Compares with an average annual growth rate of 1.8 per cent for all occupations over the same period)Source: ABS Labour Force Survey cat. no. 6291.0.55.003 (DEEWR trend data); DEEWR projections to 2014-15
  16. 16. Australia ICT Professionals – Employment Prospects New for September 2011 Software and Applications Programmers projected to have the largest employment growth (increase of 15,000 jobs by 2014-15 (3.1 per cent per annum).Source: ABS Labour Force Survey cat. no. 6291.0.55.003 (DEEWR trend data); DEEWR projections to 2014-15
  17. 17. News Bytes Orion growth means 100 extra jobs [ ]: Orion currently employs about 500 staff based around the world Kathryn Cave (Global) – IT Skills [ ]:  Recent Manpower Group survey showed that 34% of employers worldwide are currently having trouble filling key positions with technicians, salespeople, skilled trades workers and engineers the hardest to find  Some estimates.....in the US alone there are about 400,000 IT jobs available because employers  Australia; Capgemini [July] warned the Joint Standing Committee on the NBN that the IT skills shortage could be so severe that the only option for businesses will be  UK; a recent revealed that demand for professionals sky- rocketed as businesses re-invest in IT  Government findings May 2011 - job vacancies for IT professionals were 28% higher than in May last year; compared to a 13% increase in job vacancies across the whole UK economy
  18. 18. News Bytes [Aug 2011] IT employment levels hit a record highKey findings [October to December 2010 period]: The number of advertised vacancies for IT&T staff rose for the sixth consecutive quarter to 105,000 The count of ‘ready candidates’ (in/out of work IT&T staff that were seeking new/additional jobs) declined to 95,000 There were an estimated 1,093,000 IT&T professionals working in the UK during the final quarter of 2010 – the highest number ever recorded
  19. 19. Conclusion: NZ ICT jobs adverts compared with September 2010 [previous month ()];  Seek up 12% (+24%)  Trademe up 13% (+18%) In the Australian ICT job market;  In the last two years to May 2010, employment for ICT Professionals rose by 10.1 per cent compared with 2.5 per cent for all occupations.  Projected average employment growth rate is 2.5 per cent per annum, equating to approximately 28,500 new jobs in the five years to 2014-15  Software and Applications Programmers is the largest occupation within ICT Professionals (77,000 workers or 35.3 per cent of ICT Professionals) In the UK job vacancies for IT professionals were 28% higher in May 2011 (27% for NZ) than in May last year, compared to a 13% increase in job vacancies across the whole UK economy
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