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The French are already there. numerous &agrav; work in this country which offers advantageous conditions.

Known for its high standard of living and thriving economy, European country offers employment opportunities unique. It's even the EU country that offers the highest minimum wage. The French are welcomed there & open arms since they represent nearly half of the population. cross-border workers who tried their luck there.

Every year, the local employment agency, Adem, takes stock of its needs and they remain numerous. December 2023, this member country of the European Union, since it is Luxembourg, has certainly recorded a drop in the number of available jobs. But certain sectors are still experiencing strong demand for labor at the start of the year. ;eacute;e 2024, with 7000 offers still vacant.

If one in ten workers works in the world of finance in Luxembourg, the sectors with labor shortages are varied ;s. This list includes both industrial professions and jobs in catering, but Adem, the local agency, has more particularly targeted them. 10 sectors in serious shortage. In addition to finance and banking, these are professions relating to accounting and management, but also for paramedical care or in the secretariat.

Jobs in the sectors of telecommunications, second work (insulation and air conditioning of buildings),   social and cultural action, cooking or operational management in construction are also looking for labor.  This diversityé thus offers perspectives in many professional fields. Above all, Luxembourg law is very strict regarding remuneration. As in France, the minimum wage is set at a fixed rate. in the Labor Code. This minimum wage underwent several adjustments in 2023 in a context of inflation with several successive increases in the spring and then again. back to school. Since September 2023, the gross monthly minimum wage has increased to 2,570.93 euros for an employee. unqualified aged 18 and over, and 3085.11 euros for an employee qualified (i.e. with a diploma equivalent to a baccalaureate level).

Luxembourg also stands out for its attractive salaries for positions requiring a certain amount of experience and expertise. According to a study by the recruitment firm Hays, professions such as IT sales director, purchasing director, security manager, etc. information, IT manager, project director or tax manager can thus lead to à annual salaries reaching up to 150,000 euros after a few years of experience.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116