Tuesday, 6 November 2018

Malta Blockchain Summit

Hello #Muovers job-seekers, how are you all?!

Last weekend took place a really important event on our island, the Malta Blockchain Summit.


A lot of very important people attended the event, Maltese Prime Minister, Joseph Muscat: Eva Kaili, member of the European Parlamient; Jon Matonis, founding and executive director of the Bitcoin Foundation and Sophia Robot, which is known for her human-like appearance and behaviour, compared to previous robotic variants. Sophia uses voice recognition (speech-to-text) technology from Alphabet Inc. (parent company of Google) and is designed to get smarter over time.


Sophia Robot



During #MBS our director Gege Gatt was taking part of the event!







You can check more info about the event on the official webpage 

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Friday, 12 October 2018

BirguFest

Hello #Muovers job-seekers, how are you all?!

One more week here and as you know from our previous articles, we are not here only to help you to get a job in Malta, we also like fun and events therefore we are happy to inform you that this weekend #Birgufest will take place in Birgu (also known as Vittoriosa),one of Malta's oldest and most historic cities.


Most of the museums and historical buildings in the area will be opened at a discounted price. Also the magnificent architectural gem of Fort St. Angelo, which is a large bastioned fort located at the centre of the Grand Harbour.

Main perfomance will take place on Saturday 13th October apart from the spectacular evening Candle lit City, renowned performers will be roaming about the narrow winding streets entertaining the street audiences.









You can check more info about the event on the official webpage and also location

So we hope you will have some fun there and have a nice weekend!

Keep an eye on your favourite Recruitment Agency and follow our social networks!




                                  

Thursday, 4 October 2018

Notte Bianca


Hello #Muovers job-seekers, how are you all?!



You know that we are not here only to help you to get a job in Malta, we also like fun and events therefore we are happy to inform you that this Saturday evening #NotteBianca will take place in La Valletta!

But, what is Notte Bianca? 

Notte Bianca is Malta´s biggest annual arts and culture festival and it lights up the cityscape of Valletta with a spectacular nocturnal celebration, and it´s for FREE!


All State palaces and museums from City Gate to Fort St.Elmo open their doors to delight patrons with visual art exhibitions and theatre performances, while the open-air streets and piazzas showcase some of the finest local and international musicians and dancers.




You can check more info about the event on the official webpage

So we hope you will have some fun there and have a nice weekend!

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Thursday, 20 September 2018

21 st of September

Independence Day

Hello #Muovers job-seekers, how are you all?!

Allow us to introduce you to this important date in Maltese history. One of the most important national holidays in Malta is the 21st of September, which celebrates the day the country gained independence from the United Kingdom, when on the night of the 20-21st September, the Maltese flag was raised at Independence Arena, Floriana, amidst the cheers of the large crowd present. Malta had become an independent nation.





The Independence of Malta is currently celebrated with an official program acts, in which, has a special role of the armed forces and political flags of the country.It is an event open to the public, which will take place in La Valletta.






Have a nice weekend and keep an eye on your favourite employment agency!

 





Thursday, 13 September 2018

Discovering Malta!



Hello #Muovers job-seekers, here we go again!

Let's talk about some important facts in Malta:

Malta is officially known as the Republic of Malta.


Is a Southern European island country consisting of an archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. Malta is one of the world's smallest and most densely populated countries, at over 316 km2 with a population of about 475,000. Its capital is Valletta, which is the smallest national capital in the European Union by area at 0.8 km.2.The official languages are Maltese and English.


Maltese is the only Semitic language to be officially recognised in the European Union.

Despite being one of the most populated countries in the world, it is not difficult to find work in Malta, since it only has a 4.4% unemployment rate (28/06/2018) Source:https://tradingeconomics.com/malta/unemployment-rate

About the cost of living,for years, Malta had a reputation for being a relatively cheap place. That does seem to be changing, as rents rise faster than wages. However, it’s still possible to live cheaply here as long as you keep away from the pricier tourist areas; website Numbeo estimate that Malta is 8.51% cheaper than the USA and that rents are 25.39% lower. Consumer prices are also  4.36% cheaper than the UK.
Source:https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/country_result.jsp?country=Malta



The most demanded sectors are banking, hospitality and iGaming, which,without doubt, Malta has become the jurisdiction of primary establishment for most operators within the industry and even to be consecrated as the world capital of iGaming. Finally, we really hope that you can find useful this article and for you Spanish #jobseekers we give you the opportunity to take some advices from https://vivirmalta.com/podcast/trabajar-en-malta/  



Have a nice weekend and keep an eye on your favourite employment agency!


Friday, 7 September 2018

Take a break on the 8th of September!



Hello #Muovers job-seekers, how are you all?!

We know you are looking for a job in Malta, but at least you can take a break during this weekend since we celebrate 8th of September.

Victory Day is a public holiday celebrated in Malta, and recalls the end of three historical sieges made on the archipelago: the Great Siege of Malta by the Ottoman Empire ending in 1565; the Siege of Valletta by the French Blockade ending in 1800; and, the Siege of Malta during the Second World War by the Italian army ending in 1943.

On Victory Day, the Armed Forces of Malta parade on Republic Street, Valletta, reach the Co-Cathedral of St. John, where they salute the Prime Minister and the Maltese anthem is finally played. To mark the event, the President places a symbolic garland at the foot of the monument of the Great Siege to commemorate the victims of the World War.

During the afternoon, there will be a boat race, which is locally known as regatta, and takes place in the Grand Harbour, engaging the affiliated societies Cospicua, Vittoriosa, Birzebbuga, Marsa, Marsamxett, Kalkara and Isla.
This day is also famous for being Nativity of Mary’s day, and in fact feasts are celebrated in Xagħra, Naxxar, Senglea, and Mellieħa on the day.

Have a nice weekend and keep an eye on your favourite employment agency!

Friday, 31 August 2018

Much to see, much to do, much to discover!


Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and North Africa. It offers a unique culture and history that you may not be aware of and it has plenty of activities and sights that are definitely worth visiting. Malta is full of water adventures, has plenty of family-fun attractions and countless breath-taking sights.
Find our Top 10 of the best things to do in Malta below.
1. The Upper Barrakka Gardens are situated in the capital of Malta, Valletta, and offer a stunning overlook of the Grand Harbour. The garden terrace promises one of the best views of Malta.
2. St John’s Co-Cathedral is Malta’s best rated visited church. It is a gem of Baroque art and architecture. Built by the Knight’s Order between 1572 and 1577 it is considered as the most concentrated place of arts and culture in Valletta.
3. The Mosta Dome is one of the most impressive churches in Malta. Completed in 1860, this church has the third-largest unsupported dome in Europe. It has a stunning blue, gold and white interior, where you can also see a replica of the bomb that fell through it in 1942.
4. Marsaxlokk village is located in the south-eastern part of Malta which is famous for its big Sunday fish market and its many decorative boats. A local characteristic of these wooden boats is that they create a particular scenic effect, painted in bright red, green, yellow and blue. This fishing boat is called 'luzzu' in Maltese.
5. Mdina is one of Europe's finest examples of an ancient walled city and extraordinary in its mix of medieval and baroque architecture. It is largely free of traffic that is why it called the silent city. Mdina was once the original capital city of Malta and is much older than Valletta.
6. Blue Grotto: This popular site attracts over 100,000 visitors per year, with tourists flocking here to see the amazing grotto via local boat trips. It’s also an extremely popular diving and snorkelling spot, with very clear, clean and deep waters.
7. The sea at St. Peters Pool is crystal clear with an amazing azure and light green colours and offers excellent snorkelling opportunities. The flat rocks around St Peter’s Pool provide perfect sunbathing areas and the high rocks offer some shade from the strong sun.
8. A visit to Popeye Village, which was the original film set of the musical production Popeye is surely a must on your what to do list in Malta. This is a great place to meet world famous cartoon characters. The Sweet haven village as it’s also known occupies the hilly side of Anchor Bay.
9. The Ġgantija Temples in Gozo are one of the most important archaeological sites in the Maltese Islands and are listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The temples derive the name from a popular local myth. Gozitans believed the temples were constructed by a gigantic race of people–Ġgantija means ‘Place of Giants’ in Maltese.
10. The Blue Lagoon is one of the best beaches in Malta, situated in Comino. The crystal clear waters in Blue Lagoon reflect the blue sky with a lovely cyan as well as let you see the pure white sand bottom of this part of the Mediterranean Sea. This long, narrow bay surrounded by rocks and a few small areas of sand is a natural swimming pool perfect for floating, splashing, snorkelling, scuba diving or simply relaxing.

Of course Malta has so much more to offer than the list, so have fun exploring and let yourself be surprised by the variety of this beautiful island.

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