- kareen_daaApril 2019
IELTD for Luxembourg, where the number of jobs requiring the English language has increased precipitously since 2016 and the rate of expansion is increasing still. And "scores aside", your English-language conversational and compositional skills had best be very sharp because the labor market in Luxembourg, whose chief employment sectors offer higher pay than IN ANY OTHER EU STATE or Suisse, has become so competitive that native English speakers, mainly UK @ present but increasingly Americans and Aussies, are applying in record numbers for jobs in The Grand Duchy. here's a hint, the only one y'all need: to teach, conduct research, adminstrate (an unfortunate turn of phrase), or study @ The University Of Luxembourg (Belval, LUX), one must have native to near-native fluence in English (only); forget French (its time of importance has long since turned to dust), Deutsch, or -- especially -- Luxembourgish. Read it and weep, y'all, but that's how it is and makeno mistake: The United States rules The EU. Period.