In the information and communication sector, Post Luxembourg (4,350), RTL Group (650), Sogeti Luxembourg (650) make up the top three.
In financial services and insurance, BGL BNP Paribas tops the list with 3,700 employees, followed by Banque internationale à Luxembourg (1,940), and Banque et Caisse d’Epargne de l’Etat Luxembourg (1,810).
The “real estate activities, specialised, scientific and technical activities, activities of administrative services and support” sector is led by the cleaning service companies such as Groupe Dussmann (3,650), PricewaterhouseCoopers (2,840), Deloitte Luxembourg (1,830), KPMG Luxembourg (1,550), and Nettoservice (1,360). Seventh is the last of the so-called Big Four, EY Luxembourg, with 1,170 employees.
In the food, drinks and tobacco industry, the top three employers are the tobacco producing Landewyck Group (650 employees), followed by the meat producing and processing companies Mahevia (540) and Presta Meat (480).
Within the "chemical industry, the production of plastic and rubber products, other mineral non-metallic products and textile industry," Goodyear Dunlop Tires Operations (3,410 employees) tops the list, followed by plastic producers DuPont de Nemours (1,050) and Euro-Composites (850).
In the metal industry, Arcelor Mittal (4,160 employees) is followed by Eurofoil (310) and Vossloh Cogifer Kihn (150).
Another broad category is the "production of IT, electronic and optic pieces, of electronic equipment, the automobile industry, the manufacturing of machines and equipment, and repair of machines and equipment." Husky Injection Molding Systems is the biggest employer in this space, with 960 employees. IEE comes second with 660 employees, and CEBI Luxembourg is third with 600.
In the construction industry, the biggest national employers are Socom (590), CDCL (530), and Elco (500).