Skills shortage

Why Australia’s skills shortage will not improve

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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About Terence Kam

Terence’s profile picture is made up of the two archaic Chinese characters for the word 'inspiration' (灵感 or 靈感). The literal Chinese translation of these two characters means 'spirit perception', which is very apt for the meaning of 'inspirit'.