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Honestly: I am German and I do not understand a word of what you just wrote - so I guess that all others you applied did not get what to make out of your education either.
2 years is frankly pretty short - an IT related apprenticeship in Switzerland or Germany takes three... and just qualifies for lower end jobs. Anything one "studies" here takes longer and ends with a degree.
Hitrates for applications are very low right now, but you are eager and apparently willing to work for a low salary. So I guess that the real problem is that people do not understand your CV. To give you an example: As a German, I turned 20 just before I STARTED university (cause we had 13 yrs of secondary education, one year service and I am born in July...). So if you apply, people don't get what you have on offer.
a) describe it in detail. A Scan will not help.
b) apply for paid internships. They give you some first work experience and are more often than not the kick-start to score a job. So just search the job databases you surely are already looking at for "Praktikum". Extend your search for entry level positions and internships on student websites like students.ch.
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Thank you for your tips, I will take them into consideration and I can definitely see your point from the whole post. I am looking into working in a factory for a few month, possibly half a year or more and attend courses in Switzerland , first and foremost German courses and then after that IT courses which will allow me to get some Swiss qualifications and get some experience with programming languages or different programs. Obviously then my current qualifications after attending these courses would then help me considerably in getting a job in my preferred area.
Thank you for your post