“The demands of pre-existing occupations are rapidly evolving and so too are the expected technical skills required."
“Australia’s current IT skills shortage is a risk to business success and innovation."
“They embody an organisation’s culture, make change happen, are accountable for delivering results and are central to employee retention."
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“Due to a range of factors, including easing of the macroeconomic conditions, the rate of job ad growth has cooled since April 2018."
“Our data shows that the private sector job market peaked around the start of 2018 and there has been a significant (5-10 per cent) tail off since then. The decline in business confidence is now reducing new hiring.”
“Certain skills may be in high demand, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to work hard to secure your next role,”
Provincial New Zealand and the Wellington region led the growth in job advertisements over the quarter.
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The latest ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey for New Zealand has shown employers reporting conservative hiring plans for the second quarter of 2019.