A Third Of Companies In Malta Can't Fill Their Vacancies

8th March 2018

The rate of early school leavers in Malta remains very high, and has not improved much compared to the previous year.

More than 30 per cent of companies in Malta have a shortage in skills, according to a European Commission document on Malta.

Malta’s key challenges in the context of robust economic growth were mostly related to its longer-term sustainability, the document said. The problem was worsened by the fact that the rate of early school leavers in Malta remained very high and had not improved much compared to the previous year.

While growth prospects looked favourable and the fiscal outlook remained positive, the mounting pressure on infrastructure and natural resources, rising housing prices, as well as shortages of labour and skills might create challenges in the future.

Reducing the infrastructure gap, improving labour supply, strengthening the business environment and promoting environmental sustainability remained key policy priorities to sustain long-term growth.

It added that better monitoring in the financial sector was an additional important factor to safeguard financial stability and preserve Malta’s attractiveness and good reputation as investment destination.

9th March 2018

This growth rate is more than double the average growth rate of 2.3 and 2.4 per cent recorded in the Euro Area and the EU28 respectively.

8th March 2018

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, here are a few surprising facts and figures about women working in Malta, courtesy of the National Statistics Office (NSO).

8th March 2018

The Countess participated in today’s trading session as the Global Ambassador of 100 Women in Finance’s Next Generation initiatives.

7th March 2018

151 business to business meetings are planned to take place on 12th March at the Malta Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry during a Malta-Tunisia Business Forum organised by the same Chamber and the Tunisian Embassy in Malta.