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Re: Guidance needed- [Swiss citizen abroad considering moving to CH]

well done on getting here and set up and good luck with everything!

PS: if you are interested in hardware maybe go that route rather than software as everyone is doing software. consider fachhochschule for courses, not just universities.
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Re: Guidance needed- [Swiss citizen abroad considering moving to CH]

Yes, unfortunately at first i was in a cantón with an applied science center, but i had trouble with the "contract", in this current cantón, there are no fahrschule, but there are many electronic companies, maybe am apprenticeship would be an option when i get some german skills, or if i am able to get a job in a place with a fahrschule would also be cool.

@mullhollander you didnt mention the price for english, xD

Maybe i am feeling extremely overconfident, but i believe in 6 months i will be ready to work in deutsch.

And well now i know why theres hate against social benefits users, if you go to a park at 1-3pm, it would be full of lazy people just drinking beer and smoking, and when you talk to them they shamelessly say they are living off the social, and make fun of the debt, but then you realize none of them is swiss, they just married to a swiss person or their parents have lived in switzerland.
But in the defence of social service "clients" i must say most are working people maybe with a kid too much and their salary is not enough, or they are people going through hard times like divorces with a child just when they get established, those lazy bums are just a minority but they are disappearing.
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