What do you actually do in Switzerland when you’re not working? Since free time also plays a major role in a positive work-life balance, we naturally don’t want to leave this topic unmentioned here.
If you are moving to Switzerland with young children who are not yet of school age, you may need a childcare option.
The public transport network in Switzerland is one of the best developed in the world. In urban regions, more and more people are doing without their own vehicles and are traveling by public transport instead.
The purchase and rental prices for real estate vary greatly from region to region. In highly sought-after areas or large cities, you have to dig deeper into your pocket than if you want to live in a more rural area.
Anyone who is gainfully employed in Switzerland is protected by Swiss labor law and is also subject to its rules.
Depending on which citizenship(s) an immigrant to Switzerland holds, immigration regulations differ. In this article we explain everything you need to know about immigrating to Switzerland.