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Infosys announces creation of 1,200 jobs in Australia

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Staff Writer | November 21, 2018
Infosys launched an initiative to accelerate digital leadership for its clients in Australia and shrink the digital skills gap in the region with the creation of 1200 jobs and the opening of three Innovation Hubs by 2020.
Australia   Around 40 per cent will be Australian university graduates
Senior vice president for Australia and New Zealand at Infosys, Andrew Groth was joined by Minister for Industry, Science and Technology Karen Andrews at Infosys’ North Sydney office to announce a broad range of initiatives to meet the nation’s ever-growing demand for digital expertise.

The initiatives will form an education ecosystem through which Infosys would enable continuous learning opportunities. They include:

- The creation of 1,200 IT jobs in Australia by 2020, of which around 40 per cent will be Australian university graduates from a range of fields including Computer Science and Design

- The development of three Innovation Hubs across Australia

- Strengthening Infosys’ academic partnerships to attract top graduate talent and accelerate digital skill building in Australia

- The new Innovation Hubs will serve as a platform to enable Infosys to co-create and co-innovate alongside clients, academia and government to accelerate innovation and upskilling of talent in emerging technologies and solutions.