Wednesday 25 March 2015

Nurses to work in the UK and Ireland

There are few jobs like nursing.

It’s a career that demands a person to put his or her strength, heart and mind at the service of another human being--usually a complete stranger--when they’re at their most vulnerable.

And it’s not only patients who benefit from the expertise and care of a nurse.

During a typical day’s work, nurses have to comfort relatives and answer their queries in a sensitive and authoritative way; act as advisors, assistants and confidants to their co-workers in the medical, surgical and allied health professions. All while carrying out the job they have been trained for.

Like we said: there are few roles out there that approximate the ideal of the ‘servant leader’ in an organisation as much as being in a nurse’s shoes does.

Muovo is currently offering exciting career opportunities for newly graduated as well as experienced nurses who wish to practice their skills at a number of prestigious nursing homes, public and private hospitals, and private clinics in the UK and Ireland.

Our clients are looking for nursing professionals to work in haemodialysis, cardiology, respiratory medicine, psychiatric, orthopedics amongst other clinical areas.


By joining these leading healthcare providers in the UK and Ireland, nurses can enjoy unparalleled career progression and development opportunities, combined with excellent remuneration packages which include all travelling, transfers and accommodation costs for the first three months.

The opportunities are immense. However, we also realise that there as many people who find the thought of relocating to a different country for work exciting as there are those who find it daunting.

To help answer the most common questions about living and working in the UK and Ireland, here is some information about the two countries.

Moving to the UK

Countless Maltese graduates and professionals have found professional success in the UK, especially those in the health-related careers.

Boasting one of the oldest and most advanced healthcare systems in Europe and the world, the UK offers a unique opportunity to elevate your career ambitions to new levels while working in an environment that enables you to develop professionally and achieve all of them.

Benefits of living there

Life in the UK isn’t just about cloudy skies and rain.

From modern cities, to rolling green hills in the countryside, from breathtaking coastal scenery to the stern beauty of the highlands, the UK is a geographical and cultural melting pot.
The London Eye

Besides being a stable and vibrant economy, the UK offers free healthcare and education just like Malta and similar peace of mind when it comes to personal safety.

Driving is on the left, like in Malta, so you can simply hop in a car, turn the ignition and go.

Where to?

Maybe to one of the never-ending choices of entertainment and cultural attractions in the UK, which you can discover at your leisure while you’re based there.

Cost of living

Admittedly, living costs in the UK rank amongst the highest in the EU, however these figures should be seen in their proper perspective since they differ significantly from one region of the UK to the other, as well as according to the person’s lifestyle.


While rent costs range £ 1,000 to £ 3,000 for apartments in prime locations, prices begin dropping steeply outside of city centres and transport to and from work is easy and reliable.

An overview of the cost of living in the UK can be found here.

Moving to Ireland

Ireland is another popular work destination with Maltese health professionals.

Despite its small size, this country offers a lively and culturally rich lifestyle which will satisfy the artistically inclined and provides countless attractions and entertainment options for people who settle there to enjoy in their free time.

Giant's Causeway

Benefits of living there

Besides its legendary pub culture, Ireland has plenty to offer to professionals who want to advance their careers and maybe even bring up a family.

Housing is affordable and fits every kind of budget. Transportation is easy and cheap, and mainland Europe is only a flight away. Ireland is renowned for its natural beauty, so it’s unlikely you’ll feel like leaving any time soon!

Cost of living

Like the UK, living costs in Ireland vary widely and change according to lifestyle and location.

You can check the prices of various items in Ireland here.

An unmissable career opportunity

If you have further questions about this job opportunity for nurses to work in the UK and Ireland, or would like to know more about living and working in these countries, send us an email on [email protected] or click on the button below to submit an application today.


Tuesday 17 March 2015

Malta’s young professionals choosing ICT, finance and iGaming careers

One of Malta’s most valuable resources is its highly skilled and highly educated workforce.

More than 3,500 students graduate from University and other institutions providing tertiary education in Malta each year. The choice of careers these young, talented professionals make says a lot about the bright future that the industries they move into enjoy.

In Malta, there has been a consistent and substantial increase in the number of graduates who find gainful employment in ICT, finance and iGaming every year.

These three industries are at the cutting-edge of the knowledge economy, each promising rewarding careers with excellent starting salaries and plenty of opportunities for professional advancement.

Graduate figures show strong interest in technology and finance

Here are some recent figures to back this up:

  • 1,756 students enrolled in a finance-related degree in October 2014.
  • 345 students enrolled in an ICT degree in October 2014.
  • 482 students graduated in a finance-related subject in December 2014.
  • 155 students graduated in ICT subjects in December 2014.

Over 600 graduates holding degrees in finance-related and ICT subjects have entered the workforce in 2015. With the setting up of a Gaming Academy very soon, a new cohort of graduates specifically trained to address the needs of the iGaming industry is about to join their ranks.

More exciting figures in these three industries can be found looking at the latest statistics describing the gainfully employed population in Malta.

Gainfully employed statistics indicate healthy growth

In September 2014, the NSO found that labour supply in Malta was up by 3.3%.

In the ICT field, the number of full-time and part-time employees stands at a record 7,421, whereas the number for those working in finance-related careers is 9,114. The gaming industry comprises 3,599 professionals directly involved, indicating good scope for growth.

Each industry registered creditable increases in the number of people who were gainfully employed.

Finding the talent leading tomorrow’s industries

We want to see this generation of professionals succeed and find gainful employment with the world-class companies in the ICT, finance and iGaming industries based in Malta.

Their talent combined with the extraordinary levels of growth experienced by businesses in these areas will be the catalyst for future change in the industry as well as drive the economy of an increasingly smaller and tightly connected world.

This enormous potential resides in the empty cubicle in the corner of your office, or the vacant chair in your conference rooms where ideas should be flourishing instead. There is great opportunity in there and equally great talent out there waiting to be found.

Connecting the two together there is Muovo.


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