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Hi! I am interested to work in switzerland and i need an advice from you of what will be the things to do. I am from Philippines. Im turning 21 by december and im a fresh graduate of AB political science. I hope you can help me. Thanks!
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Hi! I am interested to work in switzerland and i need an advice from you of what will be the things to do. I am from Philippines. Im turning 21 by december and im a fresh graduate of AB political science. I hope you can help me. Thanks!
Short answer. Get a job here. That's the only way.

Priority is given to Swiss/EU nationals so getting a job here is very difficult for non-EU nationals.

https://www.bfm.admin.ch/bfm/en/home...zulassung.html

To be honest, I can't see any employer going to the time and expense of putting in an application for a political science graduate as there are probably plenty of EU nationals who fit the criteria.

Only other way would be to get an au pair position for a year, but you have to be hired through an approved Swiss agency for that.

http://www.profilia.ch/

http://www.perfectway.ch/en/for-applicants/au-pair.html
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Thank you for replying. I just need any job that requires degree holder. Working in s restaurant or hotel will do. Is it ok if i will just get a visit visa and look for job opportunities there? And once i already have an employer i will process my working visa back here in philippines? Please help me for questions. thanks
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Thank you for replying. I just need any job that requires degree holder. Working in s restaurant or hotel will do. Is it ok if i will just get a visit visa and look for job opportunities there? And once i already have an employer i will process my working visa back here in philippines? Please help me for questions. thanks
No, you won't because that isn't the way it works here, sorry. No restaurant or hotel is going to apply for a permit for you because they know they won't get it approved. Without a permit you can't work here and it's only granted to highly qualified/highly skilled non-EU nationals.

https://www.bfm.admin.ch/bfm/en/home...ensablauf.html

It's simply not viable for them to even try because there are plenty of EU nationals who can be hired to do these jobs.
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