10 reasons to come and work in Luxembourg

Luxembourg is a country that is still unknown, and yet... It is good to live and have a job in the Grand-Duchy. Future expatriate or border worker, you will be convinced by this infographic. Adecco gives you 10 good reasons to come and work in Luxembourg, and especially to stay there.
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10 reasons to come and work in Luxembourg

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Junior, senior or on career transition, with 71% of foreigners among the working population, Luxembourg can be defined only as a land that attracts. But what are the real reasons for this?

  1. Multiculturality: ease of integration through openness to multiculturalism already established (3rd European capital, 200 000 border workers...)
  2. Strategic geographical location: at the crossroads of Europe between Germany, Belgium and France
  3. Easily accessible: international airport; Luxembourg station with European high-speed trains; abundant motorway network
  4. Human-sized capital: all the qualities of a great capital nearby
  5. Attractive labour market: decreasing unemployment rate (5.3%) despite the increasing active population; Brexit, which tends to bring large companies back to the Luxembourg market; development of the start-up network
  6. Security: crime rate decreasing; strong regulation for GDPR compliance
  7. Financial attractiveness: higher than average wage conditions in neighbouring countries; double social security for cross-border commuters; lower taxation for companies; rising GDP
  8. Development opportunities: headquarters of major structures (Arcelor, Ferrero, Deloitte, Amazon.com...)
  9. Financial hyper-centre: 130 banks; world leader in the fund sector (4,110 domiciled funds); major European financial institutions
  10. Modern infrastructure: high ultra-high speed Internet coverage; development of public transportation (free of charge from March 2020)

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