Blight—not on the grain! Drouth—not in the springs! Rot—not from the rain!
What shadow hidden or Unseen hand in our midst Ceaselessly touches our faces?
When you think of France, you probably think of great wine, maybe even cheese. At best, you may even think of the Eiffel Tower, but what few of us associate France with is financial prosperity. Yet, the median salary in the country is €2,157 (￡1,180), which is over €1,000 more than the European Union average. This essentially means that if you’re inclined to relocate to this diverse country, you will most definitely be able to make a good living. Here are the highest paid jobs in France to help you choose wisely.
Tanja Jovanovic, Marketing associate, MSc Human Resources
Updated Oct 5, 2015
1. Paris was originally a Roman city called “Lutetia”.
Paris – Last Thursday emancipation arrived in the wardrobes of Parisian women when a law in force since 1800 banning women in the French capital from wearing trousers (pants) was finally revoked.