Why are Australians choosing outsourcing as their next-best option
If you’ve been on the hunt for the next big tech startup to invest in, it’s likely that you’ve seen a lot of chatter about the “innovation economy” and the fact that we’re increasingly dependent on outsourcing to our tech firms.
But the truth is, our ability to innovate depends not on the speed with which we get to market but on the quality of the work that we get done.
There’s a realisation among Australian entrepreneurs that outsourcing is not a panacea and is far from the answer.
This is especially true when it comes to the technology sector, where companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google are now facing a serious competition from startups like Google, Uber and Airbnb.
In particular, it is becoming increasingly important for startups to find a way to build and scale their own teams and manage their own resources so that they can grow and scale in a sustainable way.
The reason why is that our technology industry is not only dependent on a lot more people than ever before but also on a growing number of talented and hard-working people.
We need to be able to bring those talented people in on an ongoing basis so that we can innovate and build the industry that we want.
But what is the best way to do that?
The answer, it turns out, is outsourcing.
In fact, the biggest threat to Australia’s tech industry in the next few years is not competition from the likes of Facebook or Google but the rise of new technologies and services.
What’s more, the fact is that there is a lack of skilled people in the tech sector.
The fact is, if you have a good tech team, you will get a lot done.
The problem is that we’ve been outsourcing for so long and have become so reliant on outsourcing that it is now becoming impossible to scale the tech industry to meet the needs of the needs that the technology companies are building for.
And the best solution that Australia has for this is to get rid of the outsourcing altogether.
We’ve been building technology in the country for almost 100 years and there is no way we are going to build our future on outsourcing.
It is a major challenge to create a vibrant and sustainable tech industry that will meet the demands of the future.
This means that the best and the brightest are going into other sectors.
For example, the Australian Bureau of Statistics says that about 15 per cent of our tech jobs are now being filled by people who are either graduates or university graduates.
This leaves about one per cent for the young and growing up and the rest are for people who aren’t yet ready to enter the tech workforce.
In other words, there is more than enough talent to fill these roles but it is very difficult to find them.
To be clear, we are a country that has a huge talent pool in tech.
But we are also a country where people are becoming increasingly disillusioned with their job prospects.
That’s why I have made a commitment to my new government to make sure that we build the talent base that we need to meet these needs.
So why do we need tech to be outsourced?
One reason is that the IT industry is in crisis.
Over the past decade, Australia has experienced a dramatic drop in demand from both domestic and international markets.
In the year to March 2019, global demand for IT services was down by 7.7 per cent and in the year ending March 2019 it was down 8.2 per cent.
Australia’s IT market is the second largest in the world behind only the US and it’s predicted to grow by another 10 per cent by 2025.
In addition, Australia is now facing increasing challenges from climate change.
In a time of unprecedented uncertainty about climate change, Australians need to look at how we can continue to create the jobs that we have left and build on what we have already created.
Another reason is the fact we have seen a rapid growth in our outsourcing industry over the past five years.
It has grown from about 3,600 people in 2009 to about 16,500 people today.
The industry is growing at a rate of about 20 per cent a year.
And, while Australia is one of the world’s largest exporters of technology, we do not get the full value for money from our technology sector.
We are one of only three countries in the OECD that doesn’t contribute anything to its overall technology tax revenue.
And that’s despite the fact the industry generates over $4 billion a year for the Australian economy and it pays the salaries of over 4,500 IT professionals.
Australia is not alone in the technology industry.
As you might expect, India is the biggest beneficiary of outsourcing.
According to a recent report by McKinsey, India has overtaken the US as the largest global outsourcing hub with almost half the world economy’s outsourcing capacity.
India has also overtaken Japan as the world leader in outsourcing.
India’s outsourcing is so dominant that it has also become a significant driver of growth in the UK, which has overtook the US in the past two years. This trend