How to find the perfect job for you
Aussie companies need to be more flexible and flexible in what they offer and what they can offer, writes Paul Rafferty.
Read moreThe big question, of course, is whether a company with a big and diverse team can deliver the kind of results that the economy needs.
In his keynote speech, CEO of CIM Group, Chris O’Brien, said the company had created a “new type of worker” who would “make the biggest difference” to the future of Australia.
“Our aim was to deliver the future we want for Australia, and we’ve got a lot of people in our workforce who are looking forward to this challenge,” he said.
While Mr O’Brien said the CIM group had been focused on building an innovative company culture, it was clear that there was a need for change.
Mr O’Connor said that while the future was uncertain, the group would remain “fiercely committed” to building a great company that “cares about the people and the values we believe in”.
What’s the new job of a tech company?
In a world where the role of a software developer is changing so quickly, how do you find a new job that will suit your skills?
This is a good question, says Andrew Levesque, the CEO of the Software Engineering Institute (SEI).
It’s an exciting time for software engineers, and it’s important that you find out more about the industry.
“If you’re not prepared to start, you should definitely do something,” he says.
“There are opportunities to find a job in the software engineering sector that will be good for you and good for the company.”
You can read more about jobs in the new software industry at sei.edu.auYou can find a list of all the job vacancies in the sector here: https://www.sei.org.au/news/jobs/new-software-industry-jobs-list-7a7c9bc9d3c1fa4b9a6eae7aeb2c.html
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