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About Work and Residence Permits

See also The Type of Work and Residence Permits issued in Switzerland

Switzerland is not part of the European Union, but is linked to it by a large number of "Bilateral Agreements" and the "Schengen Agreements". As a consequence, people from the EU and the much smaller EFTA, to which Switzerland was a founder member, can be employed and can find a job and live in the country without much bureaucracy.

Parallels Student Edition That does not apply for citizens from outside the EU/EFTA. If you hold a passport from the USA, Canada, Australia, NZ or any other country outside the EU/EFTA, getting a work and residence permit is difficult, and you have to be well qualified and offer skills and education for which there is a shortage in Switzerland. In addition, except for a few job areas, you have to know at least one of the national languages with reasonable fluency.

Switzerland has 7.6 million people, is densely populated on just under 16,000 square miles, much of which, such as the Alps, is uninhabitable.

Its foreign population, i.e. people not holding Swiss nationality is over 23% and the largest groups are Italians and Germans, followed by people from former Yugoslavia, the Portuguese and Spaniards.

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The Type of Work and Residence Permits issued in Switzerland

The important permits for people looking for a job are show in stronger green. The other permit are just there for completeness. You should not that you cannot simply go to Switzerland and then apply for a work/residence permit. You have to be (1) offered a job in writing with an employment contract and then (2) when you accept it by signing the contract , the prospective employer (3) has to apply for a Permit B work permit.

Type of Permit What it allows you to do Comments
B Permit A residence permit usually valid for one year and renewable annually. It is usually the initial residence/work permit for people from in and outside the EU. However, while EU citizens have a right to stay and look for a job within Switzerland, non EU/EFTA citizens do not have that right. For them their prospective employer has to apply for the B-permit and the numbers are strictly limited by an annual contingency. B permit holders are eligible for a C permit after 5 (Canadian, US, EU nationals)or ten years of obtaining the annual B permits
C Permit A permanent residence permit (about equivalent to a US Green Card) issued after 10 years of residence (5 years for Canadian, US, EU nationals) . A C permit may be issued following a 5-year uninterrupted stay when the foreigner has shown his or her capacity to integrate into the population
Ci Permit A work permit issued to the spouse of an employee of an international organization as well as to their unmarried children under the age of 21 on the grounds of family reunification. The validity of the Ci permit is subject to the duration of the post of the member of the international organization  
G Permit Grenzgaenger Permit - a work permit giving a person living in a neighboring country (France, Germany, Austria, Italy and Liechtenstein) the right to work - but not to reside - in Switzerland (cross-border worker) This permit has lost its importance, since citizens of the surrounding countries are all EU/EFTA members and have the right to enter, work in Switzerland and obtain a residence permit.
S Permit A residence permit for persons requiring protection (issued collectively) Refugee or some Asylum Seekers
L Permit A temporary residence permit for a stay of up to 12 months. It is linked to the employment it is granted for and may be subject to other conditions. Short Term Work Permit. Often used for seasonal workers in the Hotel and Tourist Industry and Agriculture for people from outside the EU/EFTA. Now also used for highly qualified workers on short term contracts or assignments (e.g. programmers, IT personnel)
F Permit Temporary permit issued individually and allowing asylum seekers to seek gainful employment as well as professional training. Validity up to 12 months Asylum Seekers only
N Permit A permit giving asylum seekers access to the labor market - but not professional training- during the time their application is being processed and starting on the 4th month following their application Asylum Seekers only

General Workforce Education and Languages

The workforce in Switzerland is highly educated and many people are bi- and multi-lingual.The official languages in Switzerland are German (the spoken language throughout all social classes, is Swiss German with lots of variations - about 63%), French (20%), Italian (7%). and Romantsch (1% or less). In addition, about 9% of the population speaks other languages. English is widely used, especially in banking, business and, obviously, in the tourist industry, science, research and engineering. Despite this openness, except for very few areas (e.g. nurses, IT, some PhD level research jobs), solid knowledge of one of the official languages is essential, if you want to find a job and work in Switzerland.

If you are not from the EU/EFTA, it is very difficult to get a work/residence permit for Switzerland. There are some exceptions for people who have very special and rare skills, for which there is a shortage in Switzerland (nurses, IT and telecom specialists, programmers, secondary school teachers, the latter only from the EU, life science researchers). The Federal Government allows between 6,000 and 10,000 applicants with special skills per year on an annually renewable permit B. The number is open to pressure from the different cantons. But it is also open and depends on the pressure from the far right wing political parties (SVP)who want to turn Switzerland into an economy of unskilled and uneducated laborers.

Another exception to this rule could be, if you are an executive transferee (i.e. a person sent by the parent company to do a management or higher technical job in the Swiss subsidiary). Foreign, especially American companies, in the past, often circumvent the difficulties of getting local work permits, by employing transferees in their home country, and then having them work 6 to 12 months in Switzerland.

There is now a short term work permit, the "L Permit". While it is mainly used for seasonal workers and workers in the hotel and tourist industry, it is also given to highly qualified industrial workers, especially in the IT industry, where many people work on time limited projects.

Normally, foreign employees start with an annually renewable "B- Permit". After five years, provided your behavior has been immaculate, you can convert that into a Permit C, which is something like the Green Card in the USA. In other words, you gain permanent residence status.

Employment possibilities, such as seasonal workers in the hotel industry and agriculture, and stagiaire jobs (time limited training jobs, au-pairs) are now also covered by the L-Permit.

The Swiss education system has changed significantly during the last few years with the Bologna Reform. Besides the two highly acclaimed federal universities (ETH in Zurich and EPUL in Lausanne), there are excellent cantonal universities in St. Gallen, Basle (one of the oldest Universities in Europe), Geneva, Lausanne, Zurich, Bern, Neuchatel and the two new ones in Luzern and Lugano. Besides these, there are Paedagogische Hochschulen (Advanced Teacher Training Universities) in many Cantons across the country. But the largest change has come with the creation of a number of Applied Science and Commercial Universities, the Fachhochschulen, which can award University Bachelors and Masters degrees in a number of subjects.

In this highly diversified dual education system, there is, additionally, the Swiss apprenticeship system, where young people, at the age of 16, enter a three or four year apprenticeship with an employer. They will be trained on the job, while at the same time attending classes in special schools. The result will be a State Diploma in professions and trades that range from secretaries, administrative clerks, bookkeepers to car mechanics, the building trades, carpenters, hairdressers and many more. Without that State Diploma, or its foreign equivalent, it is difficult for the Swiss to get a job. Despite a shortage of suitably qualified employees and relatively low unemployment, even under the present tight economic conditions, applicants from countries that do not have similar apprenticeship programs, have almost no chance of getting jobs in these sectors.

Additionally, the Swiss travel a lot and it is not uncommon to meet a secretary who speaks and writes three languages and has traveled all around the world.

Housing and Working Hours in Switzerland

Because of the shortage of land, most Swiss are renters of their housing. Housing costs in Switzerland are extremely high and comparatively few people own their own home. During the last few years condominium purchases have increased. But in most cities, especially Geneva and Zurich, it is very difficult to find good and reasonably priced apartments. As a general rule, you have to expect to pay about 25-30% of your gross salary for your apartment.

By comparison, the Swiss work longer hours than the rest of Europe, usually about between 40 and 45 hours a week. They also have less paid vacation, four weeks per year for the first five years of a working relationship and, in most cases, five thereafter. Though the legal requirement is four weeks only.

Help and Programs to Find a Job in Switzerland

For a long time we have provided free information about jobs and job searches in Switzerland, Germany, Austria and France. However, the current economic climate has resulted in a true surge of requests. We now receive between 150 and 200 serious requests per day. In order to deal with these inquiries in a realistic, but also, professional manner, jobs4work, together with JobLine International, formed a team of experts that can deal with these inquiries and respond properly. Unfortunately, this cannot be done for free, but we have tried to offer programs which are affordable to anyone contemplating to go to Switzerland (or also Germany, France and Austria).

The consultants who deal with the problems of getting jobs in Switzerland (as well as Germany and France) have all lived and worked in the country. Some are dual nationals (Swiss and USA, Canada, Australia or Britain) that have experience of the systems in either country. They all speak the languages and most of them have homes in the country, about which they give advice.

Job Search and Advice Packages for Switzerland
A General Appraisal about your chances of being able to be employed in Switzerland and getting a work permit A Job specific Assessment of your ability to find a job in Switzerland with some Guidelines towards possible employers Detailed Advice on a Job Search with the identification of potential employers, and writing/editing of a Curriculum Vitae (in English).

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For some more information about Zurich and Geneva click on the links below

Executive Search and Executive Recruiters

There are a large number of executive recruiters and headhunters operating in Switzerland. Besides the large international ones, which you can find in our special international executive recruiters pages we show some below that should be of interest.

You will find a large number of executive recruiters and headhunters for Zurich and for Geneva through the links below

Web Address Type of Link Main Language Remarks
ORBIS Executive Search AG Weinbergstrasse 102
CH-8006 Zurich
Ph:+41 44 368 30 50
Fax: +41 44 368 30 59
Executive Recruiter Resume, Job Searches.
Switzerland German, French, English, It is together with its partner TRANSEARCH International one of the leading international executive search companies. Through network partner we have representation in 35 countries with over 56 offices. Recruiters for middle and higher executives
Pleinert und Partner
Kämbelgasse 4
CH-8001 Zurich, Switzerland
Ph:+41 44 212 41 45,
Executive Recruiter Resume, Job Searches.
Switzerland French, English, French, Italian Recruiter for financial services, accounting, life science, research,engineering marketing and others
Wilhelm Group
St. Leonhardstrasse 20
Postfach 1531
9001 St. Gallen
Tel. +41 71 227 90 00
Fax +41 71 227 90 19
Executive Recruiter Resume, Job Searches. Switzerland German French, English All types of jobs which are concerned with Banking accounting, commerce etc.
SAM Headhunting Sàrl
Alte Zürcherstrasse 10
CH - 8903 Birmensdorf
Ph:+41(0)22 752 08 18
Fx:+41(0)22 752 08 19
Mob:+41(0)79 439 85 90
SAM Headhunting Sàrl (Geneva Office)
Chemin Armand-Dufaux 30
CH - 1245 Collonge-Bellerive
Executive Search & Headhunting Resume, Vacancy Posts, Job Searches with offices in Lausanne and Basle Switzerland German, French, English European group of search and selection companies established in 1993 with international connections to China, Russia, Vietnam, India, the former GIS States etc

Types of Recruiters and and how they operate in Finding Employment for you

We will be using a standard classification for the types of recruiters which we show here. This is as follows:

Headhunters and Executive Search Firms Generally these search firms look on their own for employees at the top level, they want to place. Their targets are Board Members, CEO's, CFO's other first and second level management, high level staff and technical specialists. Only some of these recruiters will accept voluntarily sent CV's. The general rule here is:"We call you, don't call us!" But during hard economic times...... who knows!
Executive Recruiters These search firms will generally accept your unsolicited application. They might also recruit on behalf of companies at all levels, but generally specialize at the technical and middle to higher management levels.
Staffing Agencies (incl. Temp. Agencies) Staffing Agencies will deal with temporary and permanent staff placements. Some of them will recruit managers on a restricted time management (e.g. 6 months or one year), and others will specialize in certain economic sectors.
Internet Recruiters and Job Boards Some internet recruiters and job boards do not have offices you can visit, since their whole operation works over the internet. Most of these recruiters will deal with permanent placements only. Look out for reputable operations!

Swiss Internet Job Boards and Recruiters

Web Address Type of Link Main Language Remarks
Job Board with Job Searches, Information Pages Switzerland German, French, English, Jobs all across Switzerland - Information pages Job Board with Job Searches, Information Pages Switzerland French, German Jobs across Switzerland, German and French ordered by Canton (State)
Universal Job
Job Board with Job Searches, Resume, Vacancy Posting, Switzerland German, Jobs across the German speaking area from Basel to the border to Austria - Lower to mid level AG
Bundesstrasse 3
6300 Zug
Call Center:
056 619 76 06
An executive search Job Board that allows you to select headhunters to whom you want to send your CV. Job Searches, Resume, Vacancy Posting, Switzerland German, French, A Job Board that operates or partners with a whole host of specialist jobs sites (look under partner on their site)

Web Address Type of Link Main Language Remarks
Search and Recruitment
6, rue du Nant
Case postale 6495
1211 Geneva 6
Ph:+41 22 787 0460
Fx:+41 22 736 4262
Recruiter Resume, Vacancy Posting, Job Searches.
Switzerland French, English, Recruiters for jobs in banking, IT, industry administration Accounting, manufacturing, financial services. Offices in Lausanne
Harvey Nash AG
Badenerstrasse 15
Postfach 8021 Zürich Ph:+41(0)44 296 8844
Fx:+41(0)44 296 8855
Harvey Nash AG
IT Recruitment

Rue du Prince 9-11
1204 Genève
Ph:+41(0)22 319 35 55
Fx:+41(0)22 319 35 50
Recruiter Resume, Vacancy Posting, Job Searches UK, London based recruiter with Swiss offices Switzerland French, English, French, Italian Primarily IT Jobs and Finance and Accounting jobs at all levels across Switzerland and Europe
Meister Executive Search AG Thunstrasse 160, CH-3074 Muri b. Bern
Ammannstrasse 1, CH-3074 Muri b. Bern
Ph:+41(0)31 952 72 71,
Fx:+41 (0)31 952 72 73
Executive Search Job Searches with offices in Zurich Switzerland French, German English Specializes in providing national and international executive and management as well as board member search recruitment services for small and medium national businesses and multinational companies.
PKS Personalselektion
Steinenbachgässlein 49
4001 Basel
Ph:+41(0)61 205 99 33
Fx:+41(0)61 205 99 34
Recruiter, Resume, Vacancy Posting, Job Searches Switzerland German, French, English Jobs in Life Science, logistics, finance, engineering, commercial and IT

Selected Small and Medium sized Privately Held Companies

Besides some industrial giants, Switzerland, like Germany and Austria has a large number of highly innovative, privately held companies that are often the international leaders in their field. They usually range in size from 100 to 2,000 employees and within the German language area are generally known as KMU's, an acronym for "Kleine und Mittlere Unternehmen. (Small and Medium sized companies). There are obviously hundreds of these companies and they often form the backbone of innovation and progress in Swiss industry. We have only included a few here.

Web Address Type of Link Main Language Remarks
Zühlke Engineering AG
Wiesenstrasse 10a
8952 Schlieren (Zürich)

Ph +41 44 733 6611
Fx +41 44 733 6612
Corporate Site with Job Site and Job Searches Switzerland German, English, Nationwide and some International An independent technology and consulting firm. Zühlke stands for bespoke software solutions and product innovation.An internationally acclaimed solution supplier with development centers in Austria, Germany, United Kingdom and Switzerland.
Bühler AG
9240 Uzwil
Ph:+4171 955 11 11
Fx:+4171 955 33 79
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French,
Large international leader and engineering technology partner for the food industry, chemical processing and die casting. Leaders in the basic technologies of grinding, blending & mixing, bulk handling, thermal treatment, and shaping for processing cereal grains and foods, producing and upgrading engineering materials, and die casting. 6900 worldwide employees. Privately held.
Bossard Group
Steinhauserstrasse 70
6301 Zug
Ph: +41 41 749 66 11
Fx: +41 41 749 66 22
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland French, German, English Worldwide manufacturer and specialist in fastening technology, engineering etc 1800 employees. (publicly held SMX quoted)
Rohner AG,
Gempenstrasse 6
4133 Pratteln,
Ph: +41 61 825 11 11
Fx: +41 61 825 12 71

Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French,
The only independent TMC manufacturer in the world. Contract Manufacturer for the Chemical and Pharmaceutical industry. 200 employees.
MPS Micro Precision Systems AG
Eckweg 8,
PO Box 6069
CH-2500 Biel-Bienne 6
Ph:+41 32 344 43 00
Fx: +41 32 344 43 01
Corporate Site with job Page Switzerland French, German, English Designers and producers of micro electronic motors and drives (Faulhaber) for the medical and other industries, robotics, aerospace, industrial tools optical equipment etc.
Bernina Naehmaschinen
BERNINA International AG
Seestrasse, CH-8266 Steckborn
Tel. +41/(0)52 762 15 74
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French One of the worlds largest Sewing and embroidery Machine Manufacturers
Management Technology AG
CH-9470 Buchs, SG, Gewerbestrasse 8, Ph:+41 81 750 06 40
Corporate Site with Jobs Switzerland German, English Smallish engineering company. Integration of highly specialized domains including software and hardware engineering, system development and system integration
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Industrial Components
Segetzstr. 13
4502 Solothurn
+41 32 625 65 20
+41 32 625 65 35
Corporate Site with Jobs Switzerland English, French, German, Italien, Glutz has been marketing high-quality Swiss products since 1863. High security (Eypos, biometry) locks, hardware hinges. Exports worldwide
Strelsson Menswear AG Sonnenwiesenstrasse 21 CH-8280 Kreuzlingen Switzerland Ph: +41 71 686 3333 Corporate Site with Jobs Switzerland German English, French, Founded by the two brothers who inherited Hugo Boss (later sold) , Strelsson has become a major supplier of high quality menswear. It also owns the German company Joop, Windsor and produces Tony Hilfiger under license in Europe. Privately held, about 350 employees.

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Besides the giants of mining and commodity trading, Switzerland is the home of a large number of small and medium sized commodity traders. They trade in almost any commodity on all the trading floors of the world. Many of them are located along lake Geneva (in the Lavaux) between Montreux and Geneva and in the Canton of Zug (about 30 minutes from Zurich) in the towns of Baar and Zug and Cham.

Web Address Type of Link Main Language Remarks
Compagnie Financière Richemont SA.
50, chemin de la Chênaie
1293 Bellevue, Geneva, Switzerland
Corporation Has Job Site - Switzerland, German, French,English, Italien Richemont owns several of the world's leading companies in the field of luxury goods, with particular strengths in jewelry, luxury watches and writing instruments. The Group's luxury interests encompass several of the most prestigious names in the luxury industry including Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Piaget, Vacheron Constantin, Jaeger-LeCoultre, IWC, Panerai and Montblanc.
Xstrata plc
Bahnhofstrasse 2
PO Box 102
6301 Zug

Ph:+41 41 726 60 70
Fx:+41 41 726 60 89

Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French, English One of the largest mining companies in the world. Xstrata is a major global diversified mining group
Glencore International AG
Baarermattstrasse 3
CH-6340 Baar
Ph:+41 41 709 2000
Fx:+41 41 709 3000
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French, English One of the world's largest suppliers of a wide range of commodities and raw materials to industrial consumers. Global network of operations as a source of Metals and Minerals, Crude Oil and Oil Products, Coal and Agricultural Products.It employs over 2,000 people worldwide in some 50 offices in over 40 countries. In industrial operations Glencore directly or indirectly employs over 50,000 people in 16 plants in 12 countries.

Banks and Financial Institutions

Switzerland has hundreds of banks and financial institutions all across the country. They range from Savings and Loan institutions (Raiffeissenkassen and savings banks), to the large Cantonal Banks, owned at least partially by the state (Canton), Private Banks to the large multinationally operating corporations, like BUS and Credit Swiss, Zurich Financial Services or the Swiss Reinsurance company. We have just mentioned a few that might be of interest to international job seekers.

Web Address Type of Link Main Language Remarks
La Roche and Co Banquiers
Rittergasse 25
CH-4001 Basel
Ph:+41 61 286 44 00
Fx:+41 61 286 43 24
Corporate Site. Other offices in Switzerland and Hong Kong Switzerland, German, French,English, Italien Founded in 1787, the asset management expertise of this private bank is well known
Deals with private and institutional clients.House bank to many important clients.
Bank CA St. Gallen AG
Marktplatz 1 Postfach
9004 St. Gallen Switzerland
Ph: +41(71) 226 73 73
Fx: +41(71) 226 75 00
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French, English Founded in 1854. Universal bank for institutional, corporate and private investors
Notenstein AG Privatbankiers
9004 St. Gallen Switzerland
Ph:(+41 71) 242 64 64
Fx:(+41 71) 242 64 65
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French, English Founded in 1741, Wegelin & Co. is Switzerland’s oldest bank. It operates in ten locations throughout Switzerland, has more than 500 employees, and currently manages client assets of over CHF 21 billion.
Rothschild Bank AG Zollikerstrasse 181
8034 Zürich Switzerland
Ph: +41(44) 384 71 11
Fx: +41(44) 384 72 22
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French, English Offers independent advice to wealthy individuals and families from around the world. They specialize in wealth structuring, trusts, investment management and private banking. Branches in 30 countries around the world, 2000 people employed

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Web Address Type of Link Main Language Remarks
Swiss Reinsurance Company
Mythenquai 50/60
PO Box
8022 Zurich
Ph:+41 43 285 2121
Fx:+41 43 285 2999
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French, English, One of the largest re-insurance companies in the world. Founded in 1864. Swiss Re has established more than 70 offices worldwide. Several European, Middle Eastern and Asian markets as well as the French speaking Maghreb are served out of Zurich. Swiss Re is a diversified financial services company, working on a worldwide basis.
Axa Winterthur Insurance,
General Guisan-Strasse 40
Postfach 357
8401 Winterthur
Ph:+41 52 261 11 11
Fx: +41 52 213 66 20
Corporate Site with job page French, Switzerland French, German, Italian One of Switzerland's largest Insurance companies. Provides health, life, car, fire, house and any other insurance you can think of. Recently taken over by the French Axa Group.
Helsana Versicherungen AG
Zürichstrasse 130
beim Bahnhof Stettbach
8600 Dübendorf
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland French, German, Italian Largest health Insurance company in Switzerland, (about 2 million insured) 3000 employees
Basler Versicherungen
Aeschengraben 21
Postfach 2275
CH-4002 Basel Aeschengraben 21
Ph:+41 61 285 82 24
Fx+41 61 285 90 73
Corporate Site with job page Switzerland German, French, English A financial services group that includes a private client bank, insurance. Baloise Insurance, Basel, and Baloise Bank SoBa, Solothurn provide Marine Cargo Insurance, Car and Building Insurance, Health insurance, Life

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You Resume and cover letter decides whether the employer will look at your submission. To get the job is decided in the first ten seconds the employer sees your cover letter! If you do not have a good resume and cover letter, we will create it for you from your data!
If you feel you have basically a good Resume and Cover Letter but would like someone to edit it, before you finally send it out
Create a Curriculum Vitae from data supplied by you (e.g. Resume plus additional data)

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