In my opinion, Malta is perfect for a temporary experience. Even for families with young children, it can be an excellent environment in which to grow up: Most of the year is spent outdoors, the people are relaxed, and the kids can learn English. Let us find out what are the pros and cons of…Details
Malta is the country with the smallest economy among the EU countries, but has a highly skilled, cheap and multilingual workforce. Finding jobs in Malta is not a problem, the problem may be the often low wages. The tertiary sector accounts for about 80% of GDP and employs 4/5 of the population. Malta was the…Details
Malta’s economy depends little on manufacturing, textiles, pharmaceuticals and electronics companies (e.g. STMicroelectronics or Methode Electronic, where you can find skilled or unskilled jobs). However, the island’s economy is based on the tertiary sector, which accounts for more than 80% of GDP. The most important sectors are the financial sector and especially tourism. Find work…Details
Malta is a state consisting of seven islands lying south of Sicily. But only the three main islands, Malta, Gozo and Comino, are inhabited. Its area is half that of Singapore and its population is almost 450,000, which makes it one of the states with the highest population density in the world. People from all…Details
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