Work in Luxembourg City


Find, in this article, some tips to help you land a job in Luxembourg City, which is the Grand Duchy's capital city.

Luxembourg City is not only Luxembourg's capital city but also one of Europe's and the world's major financial centers. It provides many career prospects for young professionals and foreigners workers, including cross-border workers. Indeed, the railway system regularly provides transport for thousands of cross-border workers coming from Germany, Belgium and France. Moreover, Luxembourg City is deemed to be a multicultural and multilingual city. Hence, you should not have much trouble in adapting to its labor market if you are planning to work there.

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Luxembourg City is very accessible thanks to 25 bus lines, despite unavoidable traffic jam during peak hours.


As mentioned previously, Luxembourg City remains one of Europe's and the world's major financial centers. Indeed, its economy, especially in terms of investment, accounts for almost half of the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Moreover, the banking sector plays a key role in the city's economic progress. Information and communication technology, e-commerce, media and automotive equipment, etc., are other important economic pillars of Luxembourg City. In fact, these have hired foreigners belonging to 153 different nationalities.

Luxembourg City also hosts the European Union's jurisdictional and financial institutions of the European Union, namely the Cour de justice des Communautés européennes, the Banque européenne d’investissement, the Cour des comptes européenne, the Secrétariat général du Parlement européen and the Office des Publications et différents services de la Commission européenne.

Find a job

You are more likely to start your job search in Luxembourg City on the Internet through general or specialized job websites. You can also register with a temporary recruitment agency which will help you find a job according to your profile. You can find a list of recruitment agencies in national public directories.

Given that Luxembourg City hosts many national, international and multinational companies, why not try your luck by sending them spontaneous job applications? Finally, job ads are also published in local newspapers, some of which are available online.

 Useful links: – Jobs in Luxembourg 
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