Career in Cyprus

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Looking for a flexible and rewarding job that will take your career sky-high? Cyprus is known for its great climate, beautiful scenery and laid-back lifestyle. Working here gives you the chance to enjoy the relaxed, Mediterranean way of life while still pursuing your career goals. Cyprus is a melting pot of cultures, with a mix of locals and expats from all over the world. This provides a rich and diverse working environment, where you can learn from and connect with people from different backgrounds. We’re looking for motivated and passionate people to engage with travellers across the world. Great perks, great prospects and great pay – come join our international team now!


Cyprus is an island country in the eastern Mediterranean Sea, its capital city is Nicosia and the currency is the Euro. Cyprus has a population of about 1.2 million people, with Greek Cypriots being the majority ethnic group. The official languages of Cyprus are Greek and Turkish, with English being widely spoken and used in business and education.

Quality of life

Cyprus has a rich cultural heritage, with influences from Greece, Turkey, and the Middle East. It is known for its beautiful beaches, warm climate, and stunning natural scenery. The island is home to many historical and archaeological sites dating back to ancient times. Cyprus offers a high quality of life as well as a multicultural environment. It has a well-developed economy based on services, tourism, and shipping.

Food & Nightlife

Cypriot cuisine is a blend of Greek and Turkish culinary traditions, with an emphasis on fresh ingredients, meats, fish, and vegetables. Some popular dishes include halloumi cheese, souvlaki, and moussaka. You might want to try one of the many meze restaurants in Cyprus, where you can sample a wide variety of small-plate dishes.
Cyprus also has a vibrant nightlife scene with plenty of bars, nightclubs, and beach clubs to choose from.

Weather & Nature

Cyprus is known for its hot and dry summers, with average temperatures in July and August reaching highs of 32°C. Winters tend to be mild and rainy, with temperatures averaging around 15°C.
The natural landscape of Cyprus is diverse and includes forests, mountains, and beaches. The island is home to a variety of plant and animal species, some of which are endemic to the island. The coastline of Cyprus is also an important nesting site for sea turtles.

Cost of living

According to Numbeo, a website that tracks cost of living data, the average monthly cost of living for a single person in Cyprus is approximately €1,300, which includes rent, utilities, food, transportation, and other expenses. Renting a one-bedroom apartment in a major city can cost anywhere from €450 to €800 per month.

Low taxes

 For residents of Cyprus, the current income tax rates are as follows: 0% up to €19,500, 20% on income from €19,501 to €28,000, 25% on income from €28,001 to €36,300, 30% on income from €36,301 to €60,000 and 35% on income over €60,000. There are also certain exemptions and deductions that can reduce the amount of income tax.  Please note that tax laws and rates can change over time, please check the official government website for the most up-to-date information.

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