Australia-Turning crisis into opportunity in 2025, what jobs and skills will Australia need?-Chinatown Australia-Australia News Portal

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Since 2020, Australia has lost about 30 jobs.But as many companies hope to move forward in a new form and create jobs that were not available before the new crown pandemic, there will be many new jobs in Australia in the future.
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In the past year, nearly a third of Australian workers have experienced job changes during the new crown pandemic.

Although since 2020, Australia has lost about 30 jobs.But as many companies hope to move forward in new forms and create jobs that were not available before the new crown pandemic, there will be many emerging jobs in Australia in the future.

A recent study on "the future of work" jointly conducted by RMIT Online and Deloitte (Deloitte) shows that Australia will have a great demand for digital knowledge and skills in the next few years.

By 2025, Australia will need to add 15.6 digital technology workers, accounting for a quarter of the jobs created during the period.

Research shows that Australia has a huge digital skills gap that needs to be filled. By then, about 87% of jobs in Australia will require digital knowledge and skills.

The research report pointed out that by 2025, addressing this gap will help companies in the technology, media and communications industries grow by A$100 billion.

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Future jobs will require higher technical skills. (Photo by Australian News Network)

Since the outbreak of the new crown epidemic, the use of technology in work, education, medical care, and companies has soared, creating a new demand for workers with technical skills.

Deloitte’s research shows that 35% of Australians surveyed experienced job changes during the COVID-XNUMX crisis, including starting a new job, being unemployed, getting a promotion or starting a business.At the same time, about one-third of people said that their daily work was different after the start of the new crown epidemic.

During the COVID-2025 pandemic, jobs with programming skills, mathematics, technological design, and data or information analysis have grown the fastest.It is estimated that between now and 2019, a quarter of new jobs will belong to scientific and technological workers.Compared with 15.6, the Australian labor force needs to add about XNUMX scientific and technological workers.

It is worth noting that although Australia’s job requirements have changed in the past year, less than one-fifth of the respondents said they learned new work-related skills during the epidemic; The interviewer stated that no training or further education was conducted last year.

In addition, although four-fifths of Australian business leaders believe that to achieve business development goals, the adoption of new technologies is essential.However, a quarter of interviewed migrant workers admitted that their data analysis skills did not meet the requirements or were outdated compared to the requirements of their employers.

The survey shows that more than half of Australian workers have little knowledge of emerging concepts such as programming, blockchain, artificial intelligence and data visualization, and less than 5% of the respondents said that they can get it right in an environment that is highly dependent on technology.However, three-quarters of Australians said they hope to learn new technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence and network security.

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p style=”text-align: center”>Compared with free working meals and a weekly salary increase of 50 Australian dollars, Australian migrant workers prefer to have the opportunity to study. (Photo by Australian News Network)

Although more than 20% of the respondents feel that they are likely to be laid off, it is said that the main difficulty for 5.06 Australians to find a job is the lack of necessary skills or education.

In addition to increasing employment competitiveness, digital skills training can also help increase income levels. An employee switches from professional services to technical services, and the annual salary can increase by an average of 1 Australian dollars.

The biggest skill gap is in data analysis, with 30% of respondents claiming that their data analysis skills are substandard or outdated.

Research shows that a quarter of respondents said they did not receive any training or learning last year.

The average Australian working person spends 150 hours per year on studying and training, but 47% of people think that the content of studying and training has nothing to do with their job, or they have not learned new things.This shows that on average, Australians may waste 10 working days per year on non-work-related training and learning.

The survey also shows that among workers, more than half of Australian workers would prefer to receive additional training worth 1000 Australian dollars rather than free working lunch, and one-fifth would prefer to receive additional training worth 1000 Australian dollars. Give up a weekly salary increase of 50 Australian dollars.

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