Career advisors here in my experience look at your CV, see what you've studied then tell you the following, regardless of what you've actually done:
"Ah, I see you've studied English History. So you're a Historian..?"
Transferable skills aren't particularly Swiss; in the Anglo world they're encouraged. The expectation here is - still - you study subject X and then work in that field until you study something else.
In the meantime, you're 'supposed' to work in field X. Working in field G confuses. "But you're an English Historian..."
Hence you'll likely waste your time with career advisors, who only see a nail for their hammer.
I'd suggest you find a decent coach / talented career advisor. Career advisors who know what they're doing are few and far between. A coach will likely have a broader, international approach and read between the lines of your CV.
They'll then tease out from you what you need to discover. You'll have to invest for their services, but you won't be wasting money.
Here's someone who's ace, native English speaking and successful:
coaching without borders
Good luck and keep busy.