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Anonymous 2013-12-11 16:45:38 No.792869

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I'm considering taking a move to work for a financial services firm from the us to Luxembourg.

Has anyone ever lived here or relocated for work?


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Anonymous 2013-12-11 16:52:25 No.792870
Someone probably has.

Was there, you know, anything particular you'd like to know?

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Anonymous 2013-12-11 18:21:06 No.792894
>>792870

I speak only English so how much of a problem would that be, all people i will be working with would be fluent, i was just wondering on day to day activity.

Did you enjoy it there?

What was the night life like on the weekends (Im 24)

How is the cost of living?

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Anonymous 2013-12-11 18:34:45 No.792899
>>792894
To get proper residency you have to speak luxembourgish
You will feel the same amout of benefit of change if you move to germany, the netherlands, switzerland etc more so with much easier integration and immigration

Also luxembourg is just made fun of for being rich yokels with no purpose but semi legal banking

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Anonymous 2013-12-11 19:03:11 No.792904
>>792894
Most people can speak basic English, and they are used to banker expats and lots of foreigners in general in the country (I think 1/4 of the population are Portuguese, who do all the manual/low prestige work). That said, you will be limited to expat circles unless you really learn a local language (German or French, or both).

The official languages are French, German and Luxembourgish, which isn't really a language but a funny retarded accent/dialect of German. In Luxembourg, schools start in German, then switch to French for highschool (or is it the other way around? but either way, everyone's supposed to bilingual).

It's a small country, low taxes, kinda boring tbh, and filled with uptight priggish financial workers. To me that's a downside, but I guess you'll like that... I would go, you can make some money, and it's not a bad place really. Just a bit boring. It's neighbour countries all have more interesting things to see and are just a short train hop away.

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Anonymous 2013-12-11 19:35:13 No.792916
>>792904

That sort of my thinking, I would be working in that sector and would be traveling on the weekends to various parts of Europe. My job gives me about 25 pto days a year on top of holidays (granted I work 10-12 hour days). So I would have plenty of time for 3/4 day weekends to visit various places.







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