Living in Switzerland pros and cons

Living in Switzerland pros and cons

Living in Switzerland, as in every country in the world, has its positive and negative sides. For example, in the Italian and French cantons it is more difficult to find a job and you earn less than in the German canton, but at the same time life is cheaper in these two cantons. Switzerland offers…

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Living and working in Basel

Living and working in Basel

Basel is the third largest city in Switzerland and has less than 200,000 inhabitants. It is located in the extreme north of the country, on the border between France and Germany. It is a city with a lot of greenery, parks and trees everywhere, a bit like all of Switzerland, after all. Despite its small…

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Jobs in Switzerland

Jobs in Switzerland

As in all countries of the world, GDP growth for 2023 in Switzerland will be limited due to the complex global geopolitical situation and is not expected to reach even 1%. Nevertheless, Switzerland remains a politically and economically reliable country that offers companies and employees a secure and consolidated socio-economic environment. So, it is not…

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Living and working in Geneva

Living and working in Geneva

Geneva is a Swiss city in the French canton, located on Lake Geneva, with a medieval center and a more modern suburb. It’s the seat of many international organizations (United Nations, Red Cross and many others). Therefore, many foreigners are currently living and working in Geneva. Its dimensions are compact. Geneva is a rather small…

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Living and working in Zurich

Living and working in Zurich

Zurich is a city of just under 400,000 people and offers the best of a small town, (few people, little traffic, little stress) and a big city, (lots of job opportunities and the ability to find everything you need). The city is also centrally located in Europe, so you can be in France, Austria, Germany…

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Winter jobs in the Switzerland

Winter jobs in the Switzerland

The Swiss Alps offer good opportunities to find winter jobs in Switzerland in hotels in mountain villages and towns where there are ski slopes and other facilities centred around winter tourism. In the Swiss Alps there are many hotels, bars, restaurants, etc. that need staff. In some jobs you can work with basic English skills,…

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Best cities for jobseekers in Switzerland

Best cities for jobseekers in Switzerland

Many foreigners, especially highly qualified ones, easily find work in Switzerland; almost half of all executive positions in Switzerland are held by foreigners. Middle-class jobs (public offices, commerce, etc.) are filled almost exclusively by Swiss citizens. A large percentage of immigrants are employed in low-skilled jobs (hospitality, construction, etc.). Switzerland is a very popular place…

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