We have seen strong and consistent growth in the Victorian economy over the last decade. The Victorian economy has maintained a triple-A credit rating over the past 18 years which is a reflection of the state's consistently strong economic performance.
Over the past nine months, we have seen a slight shift in the economy which has impacted the technology and digital sectors slowing down projects in both Public and Private sector. This is predominantly due to economic confidence and a number of large digital and transformation projects coming to an end.
We have seen strong growth in our International Education Sector, which is Victoria’s largest service-based export. A number of our Higher Education partners have continued to invest in technology to ensure they have a strong growth platform. The outlook for hiring demand will remain consistent over the next six to nine months with strong demands for specialist skills in Cloud, Security, Data and Development.
Autonomous things – robots, drones and autonomous vehicles.
The use of AI to Automate functions previously performed by humans.
VR to overtake AR – Experts forecast VR to overtake AR (augmented reality software)
Energy efficiency and sustainable development – smart tools, integrated platforms, smart data solutions and sustainable energy to replace coal
General Manager - VIC
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Melbourne is a mecca for people who want to live in a vibrant city with access to the best food, wine, art and culture. The rapid growth of the technology industry, supported by the fact Melbourne is home to more than half of Australia’s top 20 tech companies means that the city is attracting some of the world’s best tech talent.
Named as the most liveable city in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit for six years in a row due to the city’s dynamic business environment, education opportunities, quality of life and globally connected multicultural communities. The costs of living are on par with Sydney with housing slightly less, but as you will see in this guide the salaries are relative to the costs and as they say, you get what you pay for.
All prices quoted are in local currency.
Average cost of a coffee
Average cost of renting a 1 bed in the city
Average gym membership per month