An important number of job vacancies are published in the Luxembourg press, including the Luxemburger Wort (on Saturdays), Tageblatt (on Saturdays) and Lëtzebuerger Land (on Fridays) and L'Essentiel (on Fridays).
You can also check out other job websites such as www.moovijob.lu, www.jobs.lu, www.monster.lu, www.indeed.lu, www.optioncarriere.lu, www.careerjet.lu or www.jobfinder.lu, www.paperjam.lu. If you are interested in jobs in the ICT sector in relevant freelance missions, please visit ictjob.lu.
EURES, the European Job Mobility Portal, enables you to access job offers updated in real time in 31 European countries, including Luxembourg. The European website EURAXESS provides job offers for researchers.
On most websites, you can also submit your CV. Make sure that your CV contains the main keywords related to your professional background because employers typically use automatic search software when looking for candidates. Remember also to update your CV on a regular basis.
Several recruitment fairs are organised throughout the year where you can meet Luxembourg recruiters face-to-face: Moovijob organises 3 events per year (relevant information can be found on www.moovijob.com), RTL, in cooperation with ADEM and other partners, also organises 3 recruitment fairs called “Jobdag”.
Interim agencies offer a wide range of jobs in the secondary and tertiary sectors. You will find their contact details in the list of interim agencies. You may also wish to contact private recruitment companies operating in Luxembourg. Find their contact details on the internet platform of the Luxembourg Federation for Recruitment, Search & Selection (FR2S).
Many companies based in Luxembourg post their job offers on their websites. For more information about the main companies in Luxembourg, visit the directory of Luxembourg companies on the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.