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| || |Yes but there are so many restrictions and apparently it's a nightmare for employers to even apply for a permit :S. Maybe less of a nightmare with the Bulgarian citizenship?
Now there is also the restriction resolution that passed this past year
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Bulgaria is EU-2, and Bulgarians are subject to work permit quotas until May 2016. But you'll still have an easier time than with the Canadian passport as a non-eu. A Bulgarian is higher up the queue for a permit than a Canadian. https://www.bfm.admin.ch/bfm/en/home...r_schweiz.html
"Bulgaria and Romania (EU-2)
Until 31 May 2016, the following restrictions remain effective for EU-2 nationals who take up employment in Switzerland: increasing annual quotas, national worker priority, and control of wage and working conditions. When staying in Switzerland without gainful activity (students, pensioners, etc.) and in matters of family reunion, citizens of all EU-27 and EFTA states enjoy the same rights.
Self-employed EU-2 nationals in Switzerland are subject to the same conditions as EU-25/EFTA nationals. Applicants must provide the cantonal authorities with proof of their self-employment in Switzerland (start-up capital, business plan etc.). Self-employed EU-27/EFTA citizens may not take up the self-employed activity until the application has been processed and a residence permit has been issued.
EU-2 nationals providing services are also subject to restrictions in certain branches. Further information can be found here: Registration procedure"