Working in Luxembourg, looking for a job
Keep at your disposal our Resident and Worker Guide for more information about working life in Luxembourg: useful information to find a job, useful references when looking for a job, work regulations, etc.
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Summer is already well established in Luxembourg and school holidays are approaching! We know what you think: “All recruiters are on vacation, there is no point in applying for a job”. Well, maybe you’re wrong… Few applicant during the summer period There is a drop in connections between April and September on job boards. On […]
Are you between 15 and 27, studying in Luxembourg or even abroad? Then you have the opportunity to apply for a summer job in Luxembourg for a maximum of 2 months. Whatever the position, you must sign a specific employment contract with your employer for the duration of the assignment. Even if you are entitled […]
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg mourns the death of H.R.H. Grand Duke Jean. He died on Tuesday, April 23rd at the age of 98. His funeral will take place on Saturday, May 4, at 11 a.m., at Luxembourg Cathedral. He will be buried there, joining his wife, Princess Josephine-Charlotte of Belgium and the previous sovereigns. […]
Are you looking for a job in Luxembourg? This 22 March, the Moovijob Tour job fair is coming back at the ECCL – European Convention Center in Luxembourg-Kirchberg. What is Moovijob ? Every year, Moovijob, the famous employment organisation, organises several recruitment fairs in Luxembourg. This March 22nd, the Moovijob Tour – the biggest recruitment […]
Looking for a job or training matching your needs? The French Institute of Luxembourg / Embassy of France in Luxembourg, the Campus France Agency, the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, Business France, Moovijob and the Cedies organise a fair called “Études et Carrières”, to be held on 5 February 2019, […]
As every year, January 1st marks the date of entry into force of new laws or legislative changes. This year 2019 is no exception to the rule. Let us review the changes that will take place in 2019, following, among other things, the coalition agreements of the new government led by Xavier Bettel. Increasing the […]