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With an average net monthly salary of €3,718 ($4,292) and an average of 1,703 working hours and 32 paid vacation days per year, Luxembourg is ranked first in the study “Best Cities for Working Less and Earning More” by Expert Market. The study also notes that all Luxembourg citizens have access to universal free healthcare.

Munich and Paris hold the 2nd and 3rd places on the list, respectively. The top 10 list is completely dominated by European cities. The first non-European city is New York that ranks 13th, followed by Sydney in 21st place and Dubai on 25th.

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