I have a niece and her boyfriend who are interested in summer jobs in Switzerland. Czech and Slovak natives, male and female, about twenty years old. University students with expereince all over Europe doing these summer jobs. Down to earth kids willing to work hard and have fun.
Just thought I would post here if anyone is looking for some summer help from hard working kids. They speak English and some Norwegian. Would pick up some German and or French quickly to use at work.
Some permits would need to be organized but I hear this is easy for summer job types in these industries.
Please send me a PM if interested.
It is getting very late for Summer jobs now - local kids/students/youngsters have been applying in huge numbers since before Easter- and very few have struck lucky, according to our local newspaper. Good luck.
In Suisse Romande we have a magazine called 'Terre et Nature' where many farming jobs are advertised, and where you could place an ad for them. Not sure about work permits though. Are you really saying that not a single Swiss kid deserves a job for the Summer?
I'm just saying what my neighbours are like. Everytime I walk by their door I get half baked from the pot smoke coming out of their place, and they really look like they are not going to make it up the stairs. If that's a sample of the kids elsewhere then it would be tough for them to get hired.
True - it is a bit rude, but it's a fact and I don't know why people have a hard time with things like this. Jobs are not a right, people need to try a little harder, be a little more flexible and I think they could generally find something.
When I was young and had long hair and all that - nobody wanted to hire me. Took some changes to get that first job.
Well it's not THEIR fault, but your stereotyping is not helping, that's for sure. Sorry. Most of the kids I know around here are polite and hardworking, I'm happy to say. Like last year, I'll be employing 2 of them to do many jobs around the house and garden- and it will be great fun having them around.