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Hi, I was wondering if anyone has any experience here in Switzerland studying social work/working as a social worker as a non-native German speaker. I am working on getting my German up to the C2 level required for studying social work but would really like some insight on how feasible it is to work as a non-native German speaker in such a field.
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