NASSCOM ILF 2014: Transnational Skills – The Global Currency - John Vines, Innovation and Business Skills Australia
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NASSCOM ILF 2014: Transnational Skills – The Global Currency - John Vines, Innovation and Business Skills Australia

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  • 1. w: ibsa.org.au e: info@ibsa.org.au t: +61 3 9815 7000
  • 2. • Innovation and productivity • Cloud computing, mobile telephony, tablets • Broadband network 2 w: ibsa.org.au e: info@ibsa.org.au t: +61 3 9815 7000
  • 3. • Business faces skill shortages • Decline in enrolments and completions over past 10 years • 4.1% of total Australian workforce • 460,800 workers in ICT occupations • Occupation groups with most workers: – ICT Professionals 233,300 – ICT Support Technicians 57,000 – ICT Managers 53,100 3 w: ibsa.org.au e: info@ibsa.org.au t: +61 3 9815 7000
  • 4. 4 • Skilled migrants play significant role • Permanent migration and temporary migration - 457 visas • Permanent migration accounts for 3% of total employment of ICT Professionals and 1.4% of total employment of ICT Managers w: ibsa.org.au e: info@ibsa.org.au t: +61 3 9815 7000
  • 5. 5 • Employment outcomes positive: 74.7% computer science graduates 79.5% electronic & computer engineering graduates secure employment • Image • Promotion • Transnational skills / global currency / collaboration w: ibsa.org.au e: info@ibsa.org.au t: +61 3 9815 7000
  • 6. Thank you 6 w: ibsa.org.au e: info@ibsa.org.au t: +61 3 9815 7000