Completely surrounded by bigger neighbouring countries, Luxembourg is a tiny nation (2586km2) but has a big personality. The country’s motto is ‘We want to remain what we are.’, which is independent, and with the nations strong assets there is no doubt it will be in the future.
Luxembourg is the second richest per capita country in the world and it also has the highest minimum wage in Europe; employees earn a minimum of €1923 a month no matter what their profession is. It’s one of the world’s most important financial centers and has very favourable tax-laws.
About half of the people working in Luxembourg commute from Germany, Belgium or France. But still almost half of the people living in Luxembourg are immigrants and you can find over 170 different nationalities within its borders. The low tax and high minimum wage make Luxembourg an appealing place for many people to work.
Luxembourg may be one of the smallest countries in the world, but it is also one of the safest and is relatively sparsely populated with a third of the country covered in forest.
Most Luxembourgers are at least trilingual; speaking German and Luxembourgish (a dialect of German), English or French.