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Mercer's 2021 Cost of Living city rankingMercer’s 2021 Cost of Living city ranking reveals the most and least affordable locations for international employees worldwide. The index reflects the prices of over 200 items in the fields of housing, transportation, utilities, food, domestic supplies, home services, personal care, clothing, recreation and healthcare, and alcohol and tobacco. It also highlights essential factors such as currency fluctuations, cost inflation and accommodation price instability, which employers need to take into account when determining the cost of expatriate packages.

Luxembourg is in 63rd place in the ranking. While this is higher than in 2020, when the city ranked 83rd, it is still well behind many other European cities such as Copenhagen (16th), London (18th), Paris (33rd), Amsterdam (44th) and Brussels (53rd).

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New Crossroads Magazine: The digital transformation of industry

01-12-2021

Why have a number of international industrial groups used their Luxembourg entities to spearhead their digital transformation? What added value does Luxembourg’s huge international talent pool offer to entrepreneurs and businesses? The latest edition of Crossroads Magazine provides the answers.
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Luxembourg best in the world for attracting talent

01-12-2021

Ranked 8th in the 2021 Global Talent Competitiveness Index, Luxembourg is clearly a top performer in attracting talent. The country ranks 1st in the world for its ability to attract, and 6th for its ability to retain talent.
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Embracing diversity: the scale-up story

29-11-2021

Any organisation planning to create a team in Luxembourg will find themselves with a multicultural and diverse group of people. Fast-growing scale-up Tadaweb speaks about how this diversity contributes to their development.
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They chose Luxembourg: Alexandros Paschos

29-11-2021

Satellites communication specialist Alexandros Paschos saw an opportunity for his professional dreams to come true in Luxembourg. Meet one of the many highly skilled people who choose to work in Luxembourg.
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Embracing diversity: the large company story

25-11-2021

Teams set up in Luxembourg are by definition multicultural and diverse. Amazon, one of the country’s largest employers, shares its views on the benefits brought by this diversity.
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