BusinessToday Latest Edition

BUSINESSTODAY 13 February 2020

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 0 of 19

SCOOTER 001 SHARING THE PRESENT, SO WE CAN BUILD A BETTER FUTURE. One app. Over 450 shared vehicles. Pay per minute, per hour or per day. * Rate per minute for Scooter trips on the GoTo Business Plan. Terms and Conditions apply. €1.50 PAGE 8 ANALYSIS PAGES 10 & 11 Hilton CEO says business could be impacted for up to a year from coronavirus US Election 2020: 10 takeaways from the New Hampshire Democratic primary THURSDAY 13 FEBRUARY 2020 • ISSUE 45 WWW.BUSINESSTODAY.COM.MT MASSIMO COSTA MALTA'S workforce grew by 32%, or 59,000 workers, between 2012 and 2018, statistics show. Jobsplus figures seen by BusinessTo- day indicate that foreign workers ac- counted for 69% – or almost seven in 10 – of new workers throughout the six-year period, while locals represent- ed 31%. As of 2018, Malta's workforce was made up of a little over 77%, or 188,000, local workers and almost 23%, or 55,000, expats, the statistics show. is contrasts considerably with the situation in 2012, when almost 92% of workers were locals and just over 8% were expats. PAGE 3 8% of Maltese internet users have been infected by ransomware PAGE 2 Editorial PAGE 9 THE ECONOMIC TEST Foreigners accounted for 69% of workforce growth between 2012 and 2018

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of BusinessToday Latest Edition - BUSINESSTODAY 13 February 2020