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The 2024 INDEX Gender Diversity in the Australian IT Market Report looks at data from 30,000 Australian job applicants since 2013 and is grouped into 16 highlevel technology verticals.

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    Key Findings from the 2024 Report


    Digital in QLD

    Women have achieved a historic milestone by representing over 35% of the Digital sector in QLD, more than tripling from 10% in 2022.


    Business Systems

    Business Systems continues to experience a substantial rise of women in the space, increasing from 12% representation in 2023 to 23.9% in 2024.


    Executive Leadership

    Representation in Executive Leadership roles now sits at 15.75%, a slight increase of 1.27% from 2023, however a sharp decline of 40% since 2019.

    Use this report to identify areas in which you can easily increase the gender diversity if your IT workforce

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