Most in demand jobs in France

Most in demand jobs in France

Today we will talk about the professions that are most in demand in France and consequently where employers have the greatest difficulty in finding workers. Here is the list of the most in demand professions in France: – Waiters and kitchen staff in bars, restaurants and hotels. The hotel and restaurant industry is one of…

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Living and working in Montpellier

Living and working in Montpellier

Montpellier is located in the south of France, in the Occitania region, bordering Provence to the east and Spain to the west. The sea is about ten kilometers from the city. With about 300,000 inhabitants, Montpellier is the sixth largest city in France in terms of population. It is one of the preferred cities for…

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Grape harvesting in France

Grape harvesting in France

In addition to grape harvesting in France there are many other seasonal agricultural activities, such as the harvesting of corn and grain, the harvesting of tobacco, legumes, and fruit. In general, the duration of the work varies from ten to three days, with a schedule that includes six days a week. It is a physically…

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Living and working in Strasbourg

Living and working in Strasbourg

Strasbourg is the capital of the Grand Est region of France and the official seat of the European Parliament. The European Union was born here and the city is home to many European institutions, including the European Parliament, the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights. So many expats are currently living…

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Living in France pros and cons

Living in France pros and cons

For those who want to move to France, today we will see what are the pros and cons of living in France. De Gaulle is reported to have said: “How can you govern a country that has more than 360 types of cheese? In other words, France is not only a large country, but also…

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Living and working in Bordeaux

Living and working in Bordeaux

With a population of less than 300,000, Bordeaux is the fifth largest city in France and the capital of the Aquitaine (New Aquitaine) region. In recent years, the city has become much cleaner and more livable, and it is also a lively university town with many students giving it vitality and a lively nightlife. Currently,…

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Living and working in Toulouse

Living and working in Toulouse

Toulouse is a very beautiful city, it is also called the pink city, by the color of its buildings of red brick, which takes on a characteristic pink color at dawn and dusk, when the light of the sun is not yet strong. A large part of the city center is a pedestrian zone, making…

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Living and working in Nantes

Living and working in Nantes

Nantes, the historic capital of Brittany, is the sixth largest city in France and has about 300,000 inhabitants. When the French regions were created, it became the capital of the Loire region. It is a young city, home to numerous universities that attract many students from all over northern France and beyond. It is a…

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Jobs in France

Jobs in France

France is one of the world’s leading industrial powers. Its economy is the seventh largest in the world and the third largest in Europe behind Germany and Great Britain. The service sector contributes the most to the national GDP (80%). Therefore, if you have the right skills, it is not difficult to find jobs in…

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Living and working in Lille

Living and working in Lille

Lille is the capital of the Haute-France region and the birthplace of Charles de Gaulle, and is located in the north of the country. Although the city has only 250,000 inhabitants, it is part of a metropolitan area that is home to more than 1,200,000 people. Living and working in Lille could be an interesting…

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