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Five million tech workers needed in Australia
One of Australia’s biggest tech companies has warned that it will take its business offshore if immigration rules are not loosened to deal with the current shortages and allow foreign workers to come onshore more easily.
 
Prof. Martin recently told the Sydney Morning Herald that, to deal with the current industry demand for highly skilled technology workers, the government needs expand the labour mobility program it now shares with New Zealand with other countries.
 
REA Group chief executive Tracey Fellows warned that now there are not enough Australians available to maintain our online economy and immigration rules should be loosened to allow companies to import web workers.
 
REA is one of Australia’s biggest tech companies. Ms Fellows said that the current skills shortage is inhibiting the company’s growth: 
“One of the biggest challenges we face is access to skills. We are almost tapped out in being able to find the skilled resources that we need. And if we can't get the skills here in Australia … we will go to other places and do it there."

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