Work in Switzerland with a Switzerland Work Permit

A work permit allows individuals to work in a particular country. Switzerland work permit is for individuals who want work in Switzerland. A Switzerland work permit is not needed all foreign nationals who are planning to get employment in this nation. Non-European nationals who want to migrate to Switzerland will need a permit to allow […]

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Nestlé unveils European youth jobs scheme

Swiss-based Nestlé, the world’s biggest food company, has announced a plan to help at least 20,000 young people find work in Europe over the next three years. The company said on Thursday its initiative would offer employment and create “thousands of apprentice positions and traineeships by 2016” for job seekers under the age of 30. […]

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Swiss benefit financially from migration

Switzerland and Luxembourg are the countries whose tax coffers are most boosted by migrants, according to an Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) report. The 2013 International Migration Outlook found that migrants to Switzerland helped increase net state tax revenue by at least CHF6.5 billion ($7 billion). Using more generous calculation methods, this could […]

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Switzerland places EU immigration quotas

Switzerland applied its EU immigration quotas on June 1, since immigration has reached unacceptable levels, with foreigners making up a quarter of the population. Immigrants from Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and the Czech Republic will have the number of long-term residence permits capped at 2,180. In addition, the long-term residence permits for […]

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Switzerland’s Tourism Hit By Rain

He expects a gentle turnaround between 0-2 per cent compared to the previous summer. The research institute, BAK Basel, predicts an increase of 0.7 per cent very soon. Schmid relies on the first tentative signs of tour operators that the number of visitors to Germany and the UK could rise slowly. Thanks to the minimum […]

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Climate Study Show More Summer and Less Snow

A new study shows how the climate change is going to impact Switzerland by the year 2060. The technical report ‘Climate Scenarios – Switzerland: A Regional Overview’ by the Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology (MetroSwiss) was commissioned by the Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN). The evaluations are based on the Swiss Climate Change […]

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