Switzerland, one of the worldâ€™s most prosperous countries lying in the mountainous heartland of Europe, has become the land of opportunity for those willing to make the move, especially for well-educated, experienced professionals.
Online PR News – 29-June-2013 – Switzerland – Gimel, Switzerland, â€“Tomasz Meissner, a Swiss-based financial professional-turned-author, announces the release of his new book The Expat Jobseekerâ€™s Guidebook to Switzerland. The book, available on Amazon, provides a wealth of up-to-date practical information, tips and insights into the Swiss job market and society.
Unlocking the Door
Switzerland, one of the worldâ€™s most prosperous countries lying in the mountainous heartland of Europe, has become the land of opportunity for those willing to make the move, especially for well-educated, experienced professionals. Unemployment hovers at 3%, the average salary is about USD 75,000, and the country ranks top among various measures of quality-of-life. But both foreigners heading for Switzerland and those already living there face many challenges, including integrating into Swiss society, coping with the high cost of living and mastering the local language. As a result, many expats find themselves jobless and unable to find employment.
Responding to the needs of the growing foreign population in Switzerland and those who want to make Switzerland their new home, Tomasz Meissner shares with his readers insights into the Swiss lifestyle, practical advice on job-searching and tips on how to deal with many practical matters such as the high cost of living or finding accommodation.
The Expat Jobseekerâ€™s Guidebook to Switzerland is available as a hard copy from Amazon and as an eBook from the authorâ€™s website at www.jobsinCH.com.
About the Author
Tomasz Meissner is an avid writer and blogger. He lives and works in the French-speaking part of Switzerland, where he relocated with his family in 2006 as a finance executive. He has long been fascinated with Switzerland, whose people, history, political system and economy he finds a constant source of wonder and inspiration. He wrote The Expat Jobseekerâ€™s Guidebook to Switzerland in order to help others live the Swiss dream. For more information, please visit http://www.jobsinCH.com or contact the author at info@jobsinCH.com.