Benefits of Malta Work Permit

Work in Malta

Getting a job in Malta and working there is one of the reasons why you would want to acquire a residence permit in Europe (an example of this would be a residence permit in Latvia). Working in Malta also allows you to enjoy all the benefits of being in the EU, such as free movement within the Schengen area, the ability to work and do business in member states without needing a visa, and the ability to travel to European destinations without a visa (with some exceptions).


There are currently approximately 7 002 vacancies in Malta. This is 2.9% of all filled and vacant positions in the country.

Wages and expenses

In Malta, the minimum wage is EUR 761.97, while the average wage is EUR 1379.
A single person in Malta spends on average 831 EUR per month, not including rent.

Wage distribution

Wages in Malta vary by industry and gender of worker:
Wages in Malta vary according to the industry and gender of the worker.


The standard working hours in Malta are 8 hours per day or 40 hours per week.