New Scientist article In a way, it’s a sad fact that the IT industry is losing a lot of its innovation, particularly in areas such as software engineering, which can be difficult and time-consuming to implement.
And while the sector is on a downward trajectory, the government is trying to get its act together by creating a whole new industry of online technology.
But how to make that happen?
It’s a good question and one which we’re trying to answer here at ITWeek.
To that end, we’ve put together a guide to the various types of IT jobs in Australia and around the world.
There are a lot more jobs in IT than you might think, so take a look.
You can find the full list of job descriptions here.
If you’re looking for more details on the different roles available in Australia, we’ll be putting out a new series of posts every month about what’s available.
As you’ll see, there’s a huge range of roles and they range from being very specialized to being very generic.
You’ll also find a range of degrees of qualification to be able to achieve these positions, ranging from masters in computer science to PhDs in computer engineering.
We’ve also put together some interesting data on the types of jobs available in each country and, of course, we have the complete list of qualifications available in the job listings, so you can read about each in depth if you’re in Australia.
If there’s anything you’d like to add to this list, feel free to email us at [email protected]
For more on this topic, check out our ITWeek special: IT Jobs 2018.
The list is also available in a spreadsheet.
What are the jobs available for?
The job postings and job descriptions below can be used as a starting point for you to explore the IT jobs market in Australia or overseas.
If your country is not listed, please contact us to make sure we’ve included it in the list.
Australia – IT careers – jobs.gov.au