Work in Malta
Do you know the story of Atlantis? Well if you do, you might be interested to know that some believe that Malta is part of this beautiful lost city.
Malta is also home of Popeye's village, which was created for the Popeye movie. Who knows, it could be your first stop when you make the move to work abroad.
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Home, Sweet Home
When looking for a place to call your own here in Malta, a place to relax in after work, we've had a quick check on the average prices of places to stay here in Malta for you:
Average Price Range per Month:
1 Bed Apartment (City Centre): €500-€900
1 Bed Apartment (Outside City Centre): €400-€700
3 Bed Apartment (City Centre): €750-€1800
3 Bed Apartment (Outside City Centre): €600-€1200
All you will need to do is have the first month's rent and a security deposit which will be paid in advance. What's great is that the majority of apartments are already furnished so great news.
These links can help you find your new home in Malta!
Cost of Living Malta:
Many people never think of the cost of the essentials like milk and bread but we all have to eat so here is a little list of the prices you can expect to pay while you live and work in Malta.
Milk (1LITRE) €0.87 Potatoes (1KG) €1.16
Eggs (12) €2.10 White Bread €0.93
Cigarettes €5.50 Beer (Store) €1.19
Currently, in Malta there are 3 main tax rates, which you could possibly fall under depending on your yearly income:
Tax Rate: Income Ranging Between:
- 20% €701 - €3100
- 30% €3101 - €7800
- 35% €7801 - Over
For setting up a bank account in Malta there are a few things that you need to do:
- Get yourself a Maltese ID card, which is an internal national identity card. You can get this by visiting the Electoral Office in Valletta and if you are an EU citizen it should take 2 weeks to get back to you.
- Next, you will need a reference letter from the bank you are in now (before you move to work here) all you need them to say is what your current credit rating is and whether or not you are debt free.
Once you have those 2 sorted the rest is simple:
- Bring your passport
- Most recent utility bill
- Proof of Maltese address
The two largest commercial banks in Malta are the Bank of Valetta and HSBC Bank Malta. Both of these banks are able to trace back to the 19th Century, which we think is a little interesting and thought it was worth mentioning.
The Most Common Banks:
- Bank of Valetta
- HSBC Bank Malta
- The Central Bank of Malta
- The First State Bank of Malta
- Volksbank Malta
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