The world’s largest economy is increasingly reliant on the services it provides to people around the globe, with the digital economy being increasingly central to the country’s prosperity.
In the last year, the Australian Bureau of Statistics reported a record number of new jobs.
That has seen Australia’s unemployment rate rise from 3.6% in December 2016 to 4.3% in May 2017.
While the number of jobs in the digital sector has also risen, according to the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the sector has seen less than one in 10 jobs created in the past year.
The jobs report also found that the number is set to fall by almost two-thirds by the end of the decade, from 7.6 million to 6.3 million jobs.
While it is hard to see the digital workforce as a source of job creation, it has attracted the attention of a growing number of companies.
A growing number are seeking to tap into the Australian workforce, particularly as the country gears up to welcome in the first wave of skilled immigrants from Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
As a result, some businesses are turning to the digital talent pool to fill gaps in the workforce.
According to one such employer, Australia’s digital workforce is expected to reach about 1.8 million by the 2020-21 financial year, up from 1.5 million in the 2016-17 financial year.
It is also a key contributor to the economy, as digital services provide a key component of digital services and support.
According to the Australia Institute of Co-operative Governance, the digital jobs market is expected hit by the introduction of the digital divide, with employers increasingly looking to fill vacancies through a mix of temporary positions and permanent roles.
The digital divide and the need to attract skilled workersThe digital divides in the job market are becoming increasingly apparent as Australia moves to bring in the new immigrants.
The gap between the skills needed by the digital and the skills required for a traditional job is becoming more pronounced, and employers are increasingly looking for people who are in the process of completing a degree or other qualification.
In a recent study, the Australia Network of Companies said that the digital skill gap is expected be around 40% by 2020-20, and that a majority of employers are also looking for someone who is at least 20 years old to fill a digital role.
The challenge for employers is finding those who are able to deliver on a digital project and are able or willing to learn new skills.
The number of people applying to work in the Australian digital sector is increasing, with a record amount of applicants in May.
The AIC has also found the number and type of digital roles has increased over the past two years.
The Australian Digital Industry Council said that it expected the digital skills gap to remain a problem for many years to come.
The Council said employers are now seeking to fill digital roles with people with “broad experience in digital” and with the “ability to adapt quickly and effectively to a changing workforce”.
In an industry that has been increasingly focused on creating jobs, it is also vital that employers recognise the role of the talent pool and look to develop a skilled workforce.
In May, a new company was formed by a group of digital companies that includes a technology company, a media and entertainment company, and an advertising company.
The company will provide the digital services needed to support the digital industries and its digital employees.
“There is no one person who is in charge of everything, but there are a lot of people who can be in charge if there is a lot going on at the same time,” said Jason Taylor, who co-founded the company.
“We’re really looking to create a culture where we’re all part of a group.”
For more information on the digital industry, visit the Australian Digital Association.