Today’s headline screamed, “War for talent: Worker shortage as job ads hit 12-year high“:
Australian job advertisements have reached levels not seen in more than a decade, new data has revealed, as the country confronts a nation-wide worker shortage.
Job ads rose for the 11th consecutive month in March at 238,700 job openings, according to fresh figures released from the National Skills Commission.
This marks a rise of 19.1 per cent, or 38,200 job ads from the previous month.
Indeed, many sectors of the Australian economy is facing skills shortage.
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