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Old 01.07.2021, 12:33
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Re: US Qualified Lawyer looking for employment in Switzerland

I'm no lawyer but work for a large and sclerotic multinational.

Even for us that already working on the company and see the need of new people, it's really hard to sell new hires to management. The way through this opposing forces is internships or young graduate programs. I'll be honest: it's a lowly paid job for 6 months. But, management is less reluctant to authorize a long term contract after the 6 months.

The advantage of the internship is that you can try CH for real while you're still studying. Also, it will be a great opportunity to see if the dream is effectively a dream.
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