Monday 3 October 2022 03:54 AM Surprising jobs that offer Aussies over $150k revealed trends now

Monday 3 October 2022 03:54 AM Surprising jobs that offer Aussies over $150k revealed trends now
Monday 3 October 2022 03:54 AM Surprising jobs that offer Aussies over $150k revealed trends now

Monday 3 October 2022 03:54 AM Surprising jobs that offer Aussies over $150k revealed trends now

The surprising jobs that pay more than $150k in Australia - as desperate bosses are forced to cough up big salaries amid a worker shortage The surprising jobs that pay over $150k have been revealed in new Seek data Those in the ICT sector are 58 times more likely to be offered the cushy salary Country's tech sector currently facing shortage in workers post the pandemic

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The surprising jobs earning Australians over $150k have been revealed as workers with tech skills reportedly raking in the most cash. 

New data from Seek, an online job-finding site, has revealed those in the ICT sector are 58 times more likely than their peers to be offered a $150k salary. 

Up to 32.5 per cent of jobs available to Aussies with skills in information and communication technology on the job site offer the cushy salary and more. 

The surprising jobs earning Australians over $150k have been revealed as workers with tech skills reportedly raking in the most cash (stock image)

The surprising jobs earning Australians over $150k have been revealed as workers with tech skills reportedly raking in the most cash (stock image)

Up to 23.4 per cent of jobs on Seek offered to those who work in Mining, Resources and Energy come with a $150k salary (stock image)

Up to 23.4 per cent of jobs on Seek offered to those who work in Mining, Resources and Energy come with a $150k salary (stock image)

ICT jobs are followed by Mining, Resources and Energy (23.4 per cent), Consulting & Strategy (23.1 per cent) and Engineering (19.5 per cent).

However, there are also some surprising jobs offering $150k, including a managerial role in aged care, a payroll manager and bizarrely, a 'wardrobe installer'.

Those with ICT skills are in high demand in Australia.

The country's tech sector is currently facing a major shortage of workers post-Covid with companies forced to

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