France - French commuters earn less than their neighbours - August 31, 2018

French commuters that work in Luxembourg earn substantially lower wages than their colleagues coming from other neighbouring countries, according to a report that was published by the Luxembourg statistical office Statec. The office has calculated that, in 2017, French border workers receive about € 10,000 less per year than their Belgian colleagues and almost € 7,000 less than their German counterparts. This difference is explained by the fact that they are overrepresented in lower paid activities.

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