Very attractive propositions and interesting testimonials from 5 professionals living and working in Luxembourg.
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Summary from the website:

"An international and multicultural labour market"
To get a sense of what a global society looks like, just visit Luxembourg, one of the most cosmopolitan countries in the world. Almost 50% of Luxembourg’s population is made up of foreigners originating from more than 170 nationalities, and speaking no less than 80 languages.
Like its population, Luxembourg’s labour market is highly international and multilingual. 
Around 70% of the country’s workforce is composed of foreigners. Luxembourg’s large multinational community with like-minded people makes singles and families feel welcome and enables them to make new friends quickly and easily. While the country has three officially recognised languages (Luxembourgish, French and German), English is widely spoken.
Numerous multinational companies have decided to install their worldwide or European headquarters in Luxembourg alongside local well-known companies.  The University of Luxembourg ranks among the most international universities in the world. 

"A thriving economy attracting talents from all over the world"
Luxembourg’s powerful economy produces a continuous flow of diverse, secure and well paid job opportunities to give your career expectations attractive and multiple long-term perspectives.
On top of being a vibrant financial centre and home to several European institutions, Luxembourg relies on highly skilled talents to fuel a data driven, circular and sustainable economy. 
Key business sectors also include Space Technologies, Life Sciences, Automotive, Clean Technologies, Fintech and Logistics, all highly connected to and dependent on ongoing best-in-class ICT developments. Add to this a flourishing start-up community, a booming construction industry as well as a highly developed service sector and you start to understand why Luxembourg is such an attractive location for companies and employees alike.
Due to the size of the country, Luxembourg has a long tradition of attracting talents from abroad. Luxembourg is ranked second in the world for attraction of talents and is a world leader in highly skilled employment.

"A stable and safe environment for working and living"
he Luxembourg economy has been growing steadily, continuously outperforming the EU average with an employment increase of over 50% during the past 15 years. Luxembourg also enjoys one of the highest GDP per capita in the world.
Consistently ranking among the safest places in the world, Luxembourg has a strong social cohesion, a first-rate healthcare system, attractive social benefits and a favourable tax regime for highly skilled profiles. Moreover, nearly 90% of current jobs are covered by permanent contracts.

"A great Work Life balance"
Luxembourg is also a wonderful country for leisure and sporting activities. Scenic landscapes make hiking, cycling and enjoying the outdoors fun and a great way to unwind. Enjoy the vibrant nightlife, visit a concert at the “Philharmonie” with its internationally renowned performances. Not forgetting the various world famous bands who come and perform in concert. Luxembourg is also a great place to raise children. The country has a large network of international schools and day-care facilities. It is normal for children to learn 3 or more languages at school enabling them to develop in a truly international setting.

"A short look at the most important statistics on the Luxembourg labour market."
The Luxembourg labour market is characterized by an international and multicultural working environment, an exceptional rate of foreign and multilingual labour force, a predominance of the tertiary sector and an unemployment rate below the European average.

"Residence and work permits for EU citizens"
All European Union (EU) citizens, as well as members of their family (in case they are also EU citizens) enjoy freedom of movement within the EU, which gives them the right to work, study and reside in any EU Member State, subject to certain conditions.
EU citizens wishing to stay for more than 90 days must declare their arrival and register at their local municipality. They must also complete a registration form in the same commune within three months of their arrival in Luxembourg.

"Residence and work permits for third-country nationals"
Every third-country national (i.e. a national from a country which is not an EU Member State or a country treated as such - Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland) requires an authorisation to stay in the form of a residence and work permit.
A third-country national who wishes to come to Luxembourg to work for a period of more than 3 months, must follow a two-steps procedure: 


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