ICT Job trends: Job advert trends for November 2016

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Slide 1New Zealand ICT TrendsNovember 2016garry.roberton@gmail.com 1zxcxczzxccxxczxcxczInsights for November 2016Trademe IT Job Adverts: Up 2.4 percent on the October 2016 figure of 920Up 12.8 percent on the November 2015 figure of 835Seek ICT All NZ Job Adverts: Total job adverts;Down 8.4 percent for the monthUp 0.5 percent on October 2015 Up 33 percent for the year to dateCanterbury is the only major region to buck the downward trend for this month, up 14.3 percent, while Auckland and Wellington have each experienced a decrease of almost 10 percent Straitstimes Business: ICT Sector faces acute skills shortage - studyThe information and communications technology (ICT) sector (Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand) is still facing an acute skills shortage despite a recent slew of initiatives to boost talent in the industry.Cont. next slide Note: Data analysis performed on Monday 14th November 2016Insights for November 2016 Cont:IT Business Canada: ITAC tells government how to close its digital skills gapIts common knowledge both within and outside the industry that by 2019, Canada could face a shortage of up to182,000 skilled ICT workers, thanks to the sector outpacing overall economic growth by a rate of more than 4 to 1 over the past two years.TechRepublic: Tech's gender gap is getting worse, not better, report saysThe number of women in the US computing workforce will drop from 24% to 22% by 2025 if tech leaders and others don't intervene, according to a new report from Accenture and Girls Who Code.ITNews.com: The Top Ten Jobs in IT and EngineeringRefer Table 1 (Slide 4) Five of the Top Ten Jobs in IT and EngineeringFlashback: ICT Trends article November 2011 (URL - Slide 9) Note: Data analysis performed on Monday 14th November 2016Job FieldNZ Seek ICT Job Adverts for November 2016NZ Indicative Salary (Hudson & Seek ICT)1Data Scientist13$70k to $120k2Information Security Analyst90$75k to $110k3Software Engineer409$50k to $120k4Computer Systems Analyst54$75k to $90k5Network & Computer Systems Admin10$50k to $80k Table 1 Five of the Top Ten Jobs in IT and Engineering (http://www.itnews.com/article/3131550/hiring/top-10-jobs-in-it-and-engineering.html?idg_eid=9a88c14d7e1afa164d92d6db268049b3&token=%23tk.ITN_nlt_ITnews_Daily_2016-10-18&utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ITnews%20Daily%202016-10-18&utm_term=ITnews_Daily#slide6)(Data Sources Accessed 14 November 2016)Peaks before the 2007-2008 GFCNov 2015 (835)Nov 2015(1900)Source: Seek ICT (Accessed 14 November 2016)Source: Seek ICT (Accessed 14 November 2016)Source: Seek ICT (Accessed 14 November 2016)November 20151900Source: Seek ICT (Accessed 14 November 2016)Flashback: ICT Trends, November 2011Mori Participation in ICTThe growth and viability of the sector is threatened by an ICT skills shortage that extends well beyond our shores. The current unacceptably high rates of NZ youth unemployment, in particular Mori and Pacific Island people, provides a strong call to action to address the changing/aging face of NZ's predominantly European workforce.https://techblog.nz/234-ICTTrendsMoriParticipationinICT