4th Jun 2023


EU's Court of Auditors attracts wealthy interns

The European Court of Auditors is only able to attract wealthy trainees because of the cost of living in Luxembourg. The court pays trainees €1,500, plus travel expenses, per month. But Zacharias Kolias, the court's secretary general, says trainees have to put down €10,000 deposits for housing in the city. "What is the end result? The end result is that we are attracting very wealthy trainees," he said.

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