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Top Australian Jobs To Look Out For In 2014

28 Dec 2013


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At present, the unemployment rate of Australia stands at 5.8 per cent. However, the government is anticipating it to increase to 6.25 per cent, which means there may be an increased level of competition for good available jobs in Australia.

The key theme for the year 2014 will be multitasking, especially people who can combine their specialty with technology, says, recruitment specialist - Hays.

Lynne Roeder, regional director of Hays, recently outlined what she considers to be the top 5 jobs in Australia for 2014.

It Project Managers and Business Analysts

With the ability to process large amounts of data in near real-time, IT Project Managers in Australia will be very much in demand.

‘Big Data’ is probably a key talent trend in 2014 as the Harvard Business Review named Data Scientists as the most attractive job of the 21st century as these professionals can understand patterns in data from several different sources and then make predictions and conclusions, which is important to the success of businesses.

Digital Marketers

In Europe and the US, Digital Marketing Managers are having a great run. However, Digital Marketing Managers in Australia is still trying to catch up with these big-wigs.

It is a huge trend evolving in many organizations from retail, to telecommunications and services, to banking sector.

Financial Planners

Last year’s regulatory changes has seen growing demand for good Financial Planners, especially as wealth builds like rising share-markets and property values.

Banking sector’s downturn over the last few years also saw a slight investment in the financial planning markets, thereby creating the demand.

Construction Estimators

The construction industry is also trying to catch-up and is booming at the moment.

This is creating demand for people working on civil and residential projects, especially those with the ability to complete projects under or on budget.

Executive Assistants

These days, Executive Assistants (EAs) are really the right-hand person for the CFO or CEO. Mostly they step into these positions to make critical decisions from staff planning to facilities and event management.

As the Australian economy’s business confidence is growing, top executives may probably feel more certain about moving about in the work place, and their Executive Assistants often accompany them, forging new roles for other efficient EAs.


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