Around 70% of Luxembourg’s work force is made up of foreigners who either live in the country or cross the borders from the neighbouring regions every day. This large multinational community of open-minded people makes it easy for newcomers to get to know others and make friends. Luxembourg offers an impressive quality of life: it is green, clean and safe with a stable economy, a first-rate healthcare system and a large network of international schools and day-care facilities. There is also a multitude of cultural events and outdoors activities as well as a vibrant nightlife. Watch the video to find out more.
Living in Luxembourg
Luxembourg’s dynamic economy attracts professionals from all over the globe, and the country is today one of the most cosmopolitan nations in the world. The highly international and multilingual labour market offers interesting job opportunities as well as extremely qualified staff for companies dealing with clients in multiple countries. A new video provides a taste of what life in beautiful Luxembourg is like.
On 21 December Luxinnovation’s new call for applications for its successful accelerator programme Fit 4 Start will open. Discover how previous participants have benefited from the programme.
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Two main players in Luxembourg’s industrial landscape are investing: Ampacet is setting up two new plastics masterbatch production lines at its European headquarters here, and Cebi International is building a completely new research centre