Outside of doing some serious drugs, few things can feel so other-worldly as dealing with the real estate market in Luxembourg. And since no one wants a bad trip, one way or the other, we’ve got your back.
No matter whether you’re renting or buying in Luxembourg, the feeling that you’re banging your head against a brick wall – four brick walls, to be exact – is nothing to be ashamed of. If it is any consolation, you are definitely not alone.
Continue reading Un-Real Estate Market: Matti Heikkila
Usually, arranging for a guest to appear on a podcast – let alone Luxventures podcast – takes time. Scheduling conflicts, prior obligations, uneasiness about this weird journalist character wielding the microphone, it all matters. But then again, sometimes you get stuck in front of a train station in Brussels at 3 AM and lo, behold…
For all intents and purposes, Slovenian photographer Matic Zorman came to Luxembourg directly from the Middle East. Ever since the move, he has tirelessly chronicled the country and its people. He finds that there is much more to them than meets the eye. But you must let yourself be surprised.
Continue reading In Luxembourg, Let Yourself Be Surprised: Matic Zorman
Compared to their colleagues in local
schools, teachers at the two Europeans schools in Luxembourg are increasingly
at a disadvantage in terms of salary and job safety.
How can this happen in a country where teaching is one of the highest-paid professions in the public sector and what – if anything – will the next few days bring in the year-long struggle to level the playing field?
Continue reading Levelling The Playing Field: Fair Salary And Job Safety For Teachers in European Schools