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| || |Interesting, especially the part about students.
I have always found it strange that people can easily come into Switzerland for higher education. But when they successfully complete the courses then there are all sorts of obstacles stopping these highly skilled and probably well integrated people from obtaining employment here.
It is rather like cooking a gourmet meal & then throwing it away....
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Why would they be well integrated?
I know plenty of people who have come for higher education - English is the language and, as a generality, they tend to generate a form of sub-culture in and around the universities.
So, little to no German (unless they learned it prior, naturally), not to mention dialect, congregated around larger "cities" and primary exposure is an international group that makes up the research team. I wouldn't say they are more likely to be integrated, just the opposite, actually.
Not that I think it isn't illogical to subsidize education for people that aren't allowed to work.