Jobs for Students in Luxembourg

Current openings in Luxembourg

As a student in Luxembourg with your student status, you can work part-time for 16 hours during the school session and full-time for up to 40 hours during summer or holidays.

The average salary in Luxembourg is €25,704 and in 2020 the national minimum wage for part-time jobs is between €13 per hour, which ranks them as the country with the highest minimum wage in the world.

Consecutively, the minimum monthly wage is fixed at €2,142. The average hourly rate in Luxembourg is €13 which higher than most countries in Europe.

The best part is that each year, the government raises the bar for minimum wages in the country to keep up with the booming economy and the very low unemployment rate.

Asides from the financial benefits that come with a part-time job, and the means of supporting your life and studies in Luxembourg, part-time jobs are also a continuation of education beyond the boundaries of your college or university.

The intangible benefits you get from working part-time are numerous and useful for many future endeavors. As an individual, you get social, interpersonal, and language skills inclusive of the experience that you learned.

There are several job opportunities for international students in Luxembourg, you can work in retail stores as a sales agent, jobs in restaurants, hotels, and kitchens as cooks, servers, waiters, front-desk operative and a lot more.

Students can also find part-time employment in local offices and companies in a variety of roles that are specific to their skills or expertise.

Similarly, many programs require field experience as a fulfillment of their certificate degree, and as such Irish universities partner with local and international companies to enable their students to secure placements in their facilities.

In Luxembourg, there are part-time employment opportunities with both local and international businesses offering equal advantages to many foreign students. Tech start-ups are also increasingly accepting and training many foreign students as the country has a very thriving IT, ICT, and Software engineering presence.

When finding part-time employment as a student in Luxembourg there are three ways to approach this; students can use their online resources, they make offline walk-ins, and through the many networking opportunities available on their university campus or their school city. For online methods, please make sure that you have a proper CV/Resume that is tailored to standards.

RocApply Tip: LinkedIn is a very brilliant online tool in Luxembourg, many employers in the country scout for employees from LinkedIn. Please ensure that you have an efficient profile.

Online portals and job search engines are also very useful, we advise that please after your registration, discuss with the student affairs office at your university for any job prospects and availabilities in the area.

"I am currently working as a Guest Relations Officer for Merit hotel. On a day-to-day basis I get to meet or work with people from everywhere." - Diyora Muattar from Uzbekistan

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