Updated September 28, 2018 09:59:55 For many Australians, the coming years will be a time of renewal and change.
The election of Malcolm Turnbull and his government has given many a new lease of life.
From the election of the first Aboriginal head of state, to the introduction of a new federal broadband policy, to changes to our voting system and the NBN, the world is watching, waiting and watching for changes to Australia’s digital future.
And the changes coming to the Australian workforce are already creating challenges.
For the past few years, many of the world’s biggest tech companies have been hiring Australian workers, including Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft.
But what about the millions of Australians who want to work in tech?
What happens when Australian tech companies go overseas?
And how will it impact our Australian economy?
The ABC’s Andrew Wilkie explores what will happen when Australian companies go abroadThe ABC is an ABC News Media award-winning program.
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