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Old 10th August 2010, 07:06 AM
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Dear friends!

Just wanna know whether there's an actual demand for IT (programming) jobs in South Australia.

Just saw the attached list and realized government predict about a demand for the old SOL category 2231-79 in April 2010. But when you take a look at seek.com mostly you get very less number of ads for specializations such as J2EE, .NET etc.

What could be the reason for this difference

On the other hand If you check for these specializations in NSW or VIC you get loads of vacancies. But NSW new SMP includes only 3 new ANZSCO codes those are not even specialized codes!!!

Am I day dreaming
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SA while a large state is not large in terms of job demand for IT. The IT centres in AU are SYD and MEL and that is where many large companies are headquartered. Naturally that is where the most IT projects happen and the have the most vacancies.

Canberra and Brisbane also have a decent amount but SYD and MEL are always tops for those types of jobs.

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Dear friends!

Just wanna know whether there's an actual demand for IT (programming) jobs in South Australia.

Just saw the attached list and realized government predict about a demand for the old SOL category 2231-79 in April 2010. But when you take a look at seek.com mostly you get very less number of ads for specializations such as J2EE, .NET etc.

What could be the reason for this difference

On the other hand If you check for these specializations in NSW or VIC you get loads of vacancies. But NSW new SMP includes only 3 new ANZSCO codes those are not even specialized codes!!!

Am I day dreaming

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Hey! Pal,

Check this out http://www.business.nsw.gov.au/migra...NI_Skilled.pdf

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Dear friends!

Just wanna know whether there's an actual demand for IT (programming) jobs in South Australia.

Just saw the attached list and realized government predict about a demand for the old SOL category 2231-79 in April 2010. But when you take a look at seek.com mostly you get very less number of ads for specializations such as J2EE, .NET etc.

What could be the reason for this difference

On the other hand If you check for these specializations in NSW or VIC you get loads of vacancies. But NSW new SMP includes only 3 new ANZSCO codes those are not even specialized codes!!!

Am I day dreaming

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