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Read this if you’re tired at your job and want a change

Aug 19 2021 Share

In today’s relentless work environment, many look for occupations which offer job security, satisfaction, flexible hours and good pay, but few workplaces actually boast the luxury of ticking all those boxes.

Doing something you love at a steady workplace which constantly inspires its employees is a much sought-after commodity, which is why RE/MAX has developed the reputation it has over the years.

Landing a job in the property industry does not only offer a secure position in a rock-solid international company but provides job security in a market which is thriving at the moment.

That’s where you come in.

RE/MAX Malta prides itself on its sense of family and collaboration with its core belief in training and development. While it may seem daunting, jumping into a new industry has never been so easy with RE/MAX’s intensive training and provision of all the appropriate technology and tools.

Since its inception in 1973, RE/MAX has been a pioneer in the real estate business for prioritising sales associates and as a result, has encouraged the very best candidates to approach the company and ultimately build a self-motivating global team of property experts. The company’s culture for cultivating great ideas and motivated individuals has stood the test of time and the aspiration to remain ahead of the curve has constantly pushed the company forward.

RE/MAX Malta’s latest technology covers everything from Customer Relation Management to Human Resources within a few clicks (or taps). Instant statistics, customer preferences and notifications will contribute to creating a fast-paced and productive work environment which is as manageable as ever.

Want to sell a property ? At RE/MAX we will do our best to sell your property as fast as we can for a value that you are after 💰

Posted by REMAX Malta on Monday, 2 August 2021


Having the latest technology to cater all associates to work in the best way possible while maintaining a genuine, people-centric mindset makes for a dream job and RE/MAX is ready to welcome you on board.

With over 120,000 agents in 6,800 offices across 100 countries, the RE/MAX brand is as strong as ever and all it takes is one bold step to become part of the team.

Get in touch with RE/MAX today by visiting join.remax-malta.com

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UEFA announce player of the year finalists

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UEFA have officially announced the three finalists that for the UEFA Player of the Year award. The players nominated are Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne, Chelsea’s N’Golo Kante and Chelsea’s Jorginho.



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Italian maestro Jorginho is said to be the favourite as he helped not only his club Chelsea win the Champions League, but was also pivotal in Italy’s journey to Euros stardom. Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne is also said to have a chance as he helped his side Manchester City win another Premier League and Carabao Cup duo but was rather lackluster for Belgium in the Euros, making it to the quarter-finals. French defensive midfielder N’Golo Kante undoubtedly has a chance too. He was the engine in Chelsea’s UCL winning team, running everywhere and covering all the ground. Like De Bruyne, N’Golo’s success in club football didn’t emulate itself with his country France, as they were surprisingly knocked-out against Switzerland in the Round of 16.


WATCH: Shocking scenes in Kabul as babies passed over barbed wire fence to escape Taliban

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Shocking scenes in Afghanistan have gone viral after showing parents passing their babies over barbed wire fences around the Kabul airport with hopes that the surrounding troops save them from the Taliban rule.

Various videos show masses of people passing on babies moments before being put on the airport’s tarmac runway, with a Sky News representative reporting that some babies were caught in the barbed fence.

Meanwhile, many babies have been left abandoned in the whereabouts of the Kabul airport, amongst them a seven-month old baby, horrified in a plastic box on the tarmac.

A senior officer in Kabul highlighted that he is worried for his troops, reporting that he is counselling some while everyone had cried the night before.


Study finds Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness declines faster than AstraZeneca

Study finds Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness declines faster than AstraZeneca
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A study conducted by researchers at Oxford University has found that the effectiveness of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine declines faster than that of Astra Zeneca.

The study, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, states that the two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine have greater initial effectiveness but decline faster compared to the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab.

The study is based on survey results published by Britain’s Office for National Statistics based on random households’ PCR tests carried out from December 2020 to August 2021. It found that the “dynamics of immunity” after both jabs varied between the two vaccines.

The study examined two groups of over 300,000 individuals over 18 years of age.