New Year, New Me…. well, sort off. I’m still a fair few months away from a beach bod and getting on the property ladder, but onwards and upwards. Even if that gym membership card is gathering dust, there's no need for your analytics career to go the same way.
I pondered on whether the same approach could be, or should be taken when looking at your job, as many people are spending a lot of their precious time in roles, offices, or around colleagues that do not “Spark Joy” in their lives.
In line with previous trends, the strategy job market has experienced a serious spike as we gather momentum for 2019. From candidates who are starting to seriously prioritise their New Year's’ resolutions of finding a new role, to client organisations looking at the project load for the coming year, and realising they will need to add talented
We have seen strong demand across a number of areas within accounting and finance, predominantly driven by changes in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), the Royal Commission and hiring within FinTech’s.
2019 is shaping up to be the biggest tech year yet with advancements in AI, Robotics and Data security at the forefront. With the upcoming technology developments it is paramount we do not forget the programming languages and algorithms that make up the building blocks of these advancements.