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Malta the ‘World’s Hardest Working Country’ out of 150

Malta the 'World's Hardest Working Country' out of 150
May 16 2023 Share

According to a new analysis by Business Name Generator, Malta has classified as the most hard working country in the world out of 150 other countries. 

With 42.8 in average paid work hours per week, Malta was found to have 91.1% of workers working 49 or more hours per week.

Malta topped a list which includes Bhutan, the United Arab Emirates and Bangladesh in 2nd, 3rd and 4th place respectively. 

Most notable is the difference between 1st and 2nd place, with Bhutan registering 53.9% of its workers working 49 or more hours per week. 

However, Bhutan still registered slightly more average paid work hours per week at 50.7. 

‘On the other end of the spectrum, countries such as Israel, Austria, Netherlands, and France appear at the bottom of the ranking, with shorter work weeks and minimal overtime contributing to this’ the study explained. 

‘While this may suggest a more laid-back approach to work in these nations, it may also reflect a commitment to work-life balance and a focus on personal well-being.’ 

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University of Malta ranks 1,684 out of 20,531 global list

University of Malta ranks 1,684 out of 20,531 global list
May 16 2023 Share

The University of Malta has ranked in 1,684th place out of a total of 20,531 ranked institutions, ranking in the top Global 2000 list. 

The University received a total score of 67.1, with a research rank of 1610. Malta’s university placed right in between the BI Norwegian Business School and the Agricultural University of Athens, classifying in the Top 8.3%. 

The top of the list is occupied by Harvard University with a total score of 100, followed by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Stanford University in second and third places respectively. 

Check out full ranking here.

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What you might not know about the Love Island Malta villa

Love Island Villa
May 16 2023 Share

Here are a few details you might have not known about the Love Island Malta Villa. 

This is the location of Malta summer 2023 as a record breaking amount of viewers tune in to watch a cohort of young love-seekers mingle for the first season of Love Island Malta. 

 

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Even though the location and the actual name of the villa was not disclosed, some of the details about the villa’s worth, history and amenities were not lost on us. 

The origins of this villa reportedly date back as far as the mid 1800s, being built and used as a farmhouse until the 1950s. 

It was later converted into a wine estate and used as a wedding venue – which is right on theme given the programme it is currently hosting. 

With a value of €3.5 million, the villa will continue to see the drama unfold between the pairs and the new bombshells being added to the villa. 

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Daniel Umanah promises to enter as Love Island bombshell for 3K likes

Daniel Umanah promises to enter as Love Island bombshell for 3K likes
May 16 2023 Share

Taking to TikTok, local fitness influencer Daniel Umanah uploaded a video saying that if he amasses 3,000 likes, he would enter Love Island Malta as a bombshell. 

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Ejja ha naraw 😂 #loveisland #loveislandmalta #bombshell

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The video has so far amassed 3,838 likes – so we’ll have to see if he stays true to his word and enters the villa dominating everyone’s attention right now. 

It’s long been rumoured that Umanah was vying to enter as a bombshell in the villa, with the programme having just introduced their first bombshell yesterday evening. 

The comments section on the video also indicated as such, with some suggesting that this has long been known by now. Others were new to the concept however, but are still pushing for him to enter the villa and stay true to the challenge he set. 

 

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