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Working abroad:

část třetí - Lucembursko

In the third episode of the series I would like to work closer, we are now doing – working as a waitress in Luxembourg. You will learn not only how I got to work, but also what I needed, how much can you earn in the EU and what I do.

In the third episode of the series I would like to work closer, we are now doing – working as a waitress in Luxembourg. You will learn not only how I got to work, but also what I needed, how much can you earn in the EU and what I do.

Luxembourg is the job in one of the smartest foreign countries. Taxes are low and earnings high. Students usually receive 80% of the minimum wage, which amounts to about 1200 Euros. The student then earns about 1,000 euros per month. But of course, depends on the agreement with the employer, the number of hours worked and quality of work.

Students at the brigade, as in all EU countries are expected quite a lot. It is important to know foreign languages. Here in Luxembourg, the French know very well, and most also speak English well. The documents you must have a valid passport, identity card, certificate of study, and if you work in the food sector, then a medical certificate – if you forget it (like me) that the employer will usually try to help you meet and negotiate with local doctors. From všch documents must have a copy of which you can then attach to the contract.

Since the beginning of July, so I work in a smaller restaurant on the outskirts of Luxembourg. I work a so-called „vymailovala“ the restaurant owner, who gave me the contact is known. When I arrived in Luxembourg, was enough to introduce and start working. I start every day (weekends) at 10h in the morning, from three to six, and I have a break from 18h to work until the last customer leaves, which is around midnight. Serves food and drink, I mix drinks, help with cleaning up the restaurant … Enough naběhám. Filling my first month of holidays: shower, work, work, work, shower, sleep, work … The idea that I paid rent for next year but I will pass all the complaints.

To a large extent, of course, depends on the team in which you work. I have been fortunate to work with young people sympathetic. If not, I hardly marathon this summer away from home last. The service is am not more than three-and very often happens that the seven hours I can be of service and mixing drinks alone in a number of 29 tables which are full most of the evening, not very funny.

The advantage of a small number of waiters and waitresses, but the division zpropitného! In most restaurants, where students work together, and gathers together a tip at the end of the divide between those who survived. Tip is between 10–30 euros per day. Option to earn quite a lot of money there is, therefore, but one must have the will, stamina and shoes that do bruises. And they must keep in mind that the CR would have the same job earn barely a third.




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