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Living and working in Switzerland


(MENAFN - Swissinfo) This content was published on March 14, 2021 - 10:02 March 14, 2021 - 10:02 Julie Hunt

Julie worked as a radio reporter for BBC and independent radio all over the UK before joining swissinfo.ch's predecessor, Swiss Radio International, as a producer. After attending film school, Julie worked as an independent filmmaker before coming to swissinfo.ch in 2001.



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This is a guide to everything you need to know about life in Switzerland.

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Switzerland as an immigration country



Switzerland has one of the highest proportions of foreign residents in the world. Most of these people come from Europe. Recently workers have been...

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The Swiss political system



Direct democracy, neutrality and federalism are central components of the Swiss political system, which is considered very stable and balanced. No...

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Birth, marriage, death



These are universal themes, but each country handles births, marriages and deaths slightly differently. You can find the Swiss quirks here.

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The Swiss education system



Compulsory education lasts nine years in Switzerland. After that the path typically leads to either a secondary school or a vocational apprenticeship.

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Looking for work in Switzerland



Foreigners wishing to work in Switzerland must be familiar with the regulations that vary according to their country of origin. Once this hurdle...

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Daily life in Switzerland



Where can I find somewhere to live? Who pays the bill if I have to go to hospital? And which pets are not allowed to live alone in Switzerland? You...

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Getting around in Switzerland



Almost every corner of the country can be reached by car, bus or by train. As a result, the Swiss travel by train a lot.

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Growing old in Switzerland



The living conditions and infrastructure for older people in Switzerland are good, including the social and pension system. However, the latter is...

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Investing in Switzerland



The Swiss economy has a reputation for having a high degree of openness. Nevertheless, there is a multitude of restrictions and regulations for...






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