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sábado, 10 de octubre de 2009

Demanda de Contadores sigue en carrera!!!

Hoy leí un artículo en el Sydney Morning Herald, que en los próximos dos años habrá una alta demanada de Contadores!!! Pfiú!!! Que bueno!! Seguimos en carrera! Acá les agrego el artículo por si lo quieren leer, es interesante.


"Hard labour finding job: where to look

JONATHAN DART


October 11, 2009


CHEFS and hairdressers will be the most sought-after occupations in the next five years as the economy recovers from the global financial crisis.

And health-care workers, educators, automotive and metal tradespeople, as well as IT professionals, will find it easier to land a job as skill shortages hit over the next 18 months.

But advertising, public relations and finance workers will find it hardest to land a job, with economists and recruitment analysts predicting thousands more jobs will be lost in these sectors in
the next two years.

The quarterly Clarius Skills Index - which analyses labour demand and supply - found the occupations hardest hit were finance and marketing.

''In the last quarter, marketing was the area where there was the most oversupply [of jobseekers],'' said Kym Quick, executive general officer of Clarius Group. ''That has been consistent throughout the whole global financial crisis.''


Ms Quick said the construction sector was also hit hard. It went from having a severe worker shortage to a moderate oversupply of workers in just over a year.


She said that when the financial crisis hit projects were just put on hold. ''Companies couldn't get the funding to complete projects, which put a lot of people out of work.''


But, she said, the prospects for the sector were strong, with a raft of projects funded by the Federal Government's stimulus package scheduled to run through to 2011.


Clarius found there would be high demand for workers in IT and accounting in the next two years because of industry growth.


Hairdressers and chefs would be in demand because there were few people to fill positions. ''We suspect it's because it's a very transient person who goes into that [hospitality] industry,'' Ms Quick said. ''On average, most people stay in that industry for about three years before moving on.


''Retention is a major issue as a result of the massive amount of hours … worked, and the lifestyle that comes with that, and also the salary.''


BIS Shrapnel economist Damon Roast expects unemployment to peak about 7.5 per cent in mid-2010 to early 2011, although some occupations would be insulated.


''The most positive sectors are the ones that are closely related to public funding and the stimulus package … for instance, the health sector, education and infrastructure,'' he said.


As experts forecast where jobs will be in five years, future employees are already working to position themselves for advantage.


Pat O'Reilly is the first principal of the Southern Cross Catholic Vocational College at Burwood, which will open next year for vocational courses for senior high school students in sectors that have experienced chronic skills shortages in the past decade, including hospitality, hairdressing, automative trades, retail and IT.


He was surprised by the demand for places. Already 110 students had enrolled and he said the school was expected to expand to as many as 500 students.


The Australian Industry Group expects to see a drop in the number of apprenticeships across all sectors. ''That is why there is so much concentration on lifting the skills-gap training [of those currently employed],'' said its careers and industry education manager, Sally Naughton. ''It is a real priority.''"

Cheers!!!!

7 comentarios:

Anónimo dijo...

Que buena noticia para los contadores Maitena! Gracias por compartirla. Aunque es sólo una pequeña alusión al accounting, nos alegró el día. También me alegro por los hairdessers y chefs, que al parecer estan en buen momento para encontrar trabajo.Vamos a ser optimista y esperar muy buenas noticias del DIAC para noviembre o principios de diciembre que es cuando planean informar sobre los nuevos cambios.
Acabo de encontrar tu blog y te felicito por tu iniciativa.
Suerte en tu proceso,
Mari, desde Caracas

Maitena dijo...

Hola Mari! Gracias por leer mi blog. La verdad que a mi tambien me alegró que va a seguir habiendo demanda de contadores! Esperemos que los cambios que haga el DIAC sean favorables y que no nos sigan subiendo el nivel inglés!!

Suerte en tu proceso!!

Jade dijo...

Hola Maitena!!

También soy contador por lo que la noticia me alegra igual.

Mucho éxito en tu proceso!

Maitena dijo...

Hola Jade!
Si, muy buena la noticia, esperemos que los próximos cambios en DIAC, no desfavorezcan a los contadores.

Saludos!!

walrus dijo...

OJO.. a lo que yo entendi seran los que mas dificil la tendran oara acomodarse..

But advertising, public relations and finance workers will find it hardest to land a job, with economists and recruitment analysts predicting thousands more jobs will be lost in these sectors in
the next two years.

Maitena dijo...

Hola Walrus, mi intención del post es para comentar que va a haber demanda de contadores, no si va a ser más fácil o difícil encontrar trabajo. Un poco más abajo dice esto el artículo:

"Clarius found there would be high demand for workers in IT and accounting in the next two years because of industry growth."

Saludos! y gracias por pasar por el blog, y dejar tu opinión! :)

walrus dijo...

saludos
nice teeth BTW!