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Old 18.09.2012, 14:29
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Opportunities for Junior Engineers

Hi everyone, I'am a junior electric engineer, my girlfriend works at Switzerland in the french zone and I want move there but I really don't know when. I will learn french first but
I have doubts in terms of opportunities for junior engineers, and I want to know if there is a lack of electric engineers or if the companies usually hire fresh graduates. It's easy to find a job in my conditions? and the companies usually give internships to foreigners?
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Re: Opportunities for Junior Engineers

Good luck in your search. Things can be tough, but it depends on your profile. I'd suggest that you look up job ads in all the usual websites and send them your cv and cover letter...

By the way, Switzerland doesn't have a French zone, as currently no Swiss territory is under French occupation. However, there is a French-speaking region. A small but important difference.
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Re: Opportunities for Junior Engineers

I've tried , i sent a lot of emails asking for internship or jobs but the answer is the same, probably is about the french language. But i think if i learn french it will more easier. I really don't know, its a risk that i will take.

Yes i know, normaly they call Suisse romande area, but you understand what i meant. Thanks for the tip.
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