Happy Mother's Day, mum!
Ever since she first became a mum, Sophie has loved Mother’s Day. She always looks forward to the day, wondering what Lily will have made for her at nursery.…
When Shauna was offered the job, she wasn’t sure what would await her in Luxembourg. What does it really mean, to move somewhere far away; to a country with a new culture, where numerous languages are spoken and where life is so different? The only thing she was sure about, was that she could count on her friends, to help her get to know the hotspots, meet some people and find the best neighbourhoods as well as a bank she can trust in.
Thanks to Sophie and Marc, Shauna accepted the challenge of the new job and was finally looking forward to embrace this new adventure and to see her children grow up in a multilingual environment.
Shauna was surprised to see that Luxembourg is such a tiny, but beautiful, country which only has around 600.000 inhabitants (that’s not even half of the population of her hometown in the US), but she quickly discovered the advantages of such a tiny country. Being a fan of soothing nature, long standing history and culture as well as elegant shopping places, Shauna is amazed by the fact that all this can be found close by. Being only 82 km long and 54 km wide, Luxembourg definitely is a country of short distances, something you can take advantage of by discovering the country using the public transport that is free of charge.
If you are in a similar situation than Shauna, but still hesitate whether to accept the new job you were offered in Luxembourg, then learn more about our Welcome Offer for Expats and who knows, maybe one day you’ll meet Shauna, Sophie and Marc here in Luxembourg.