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I've got my offer..pls give me some infos

Hi all,
at last I've got first offer from Lausanne company.
Job function is junior technical trainer. They offered me 94K francs per year.
At present I live in Italy and to make a comparison with my salary here I should know exactly net salary per month.
Please can u give me some help in calculating it? (I'm lost in calculators I found )

Thx very much
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Old 16.03.2010, 20:30
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www.comparis.ch

This will let you know most of your need.

And what exactly is a junior technical trainer?
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Old 16.03.2010, 20:49
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www.comparis.ch

This will let you know most of your need.

And what exactly is a junior technical trainer?
Thx very much.
...junior technical trainer is an entry level position as technical trainer. I'll teach customers about how to use company's technologies
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Old 16.03.2010, 21:03
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Re: I've got my offer..pls give me some infos

Since you would come in here under a permit, you would be taxed at source (impot a la source) and they taxation level in Vaud can be found here: http://www.vd.ch/fr/themes/etat-droi...ource/baremes/

The taxation level when impot a la source depends also on whether you are single, married and if you have kids and also how many kids. If you could provide some details on your personal situation, I can find the exact level.
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Old 16.03.2010, 21:11
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Re: I've got my offer..pls give me some infos

94k for a Junior position doesn't sound too bad. Seen plenty worse...
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Since you would come in here under a permit, you would be taxed at source (impot a la source) and they taxation level in Vaud can be found here: http://www.vd.ch/fr/themes/etat-droi...ource/baremes/

The taxation level when impot a la source depends also on whether you are single, married and if you have kids and also how many kids. If you could provide some details on your personal situation, I can find the exact level.
I'm 28, single, no children.

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Old 16.03.2010, 21:36
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94k for a Junior position doesn't sound too bad. Seen plenty worse...
Let's not give the man false hopes. He's going to be living pay cheque to pay cheque on that.

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Old 16.03.2010, 21:58
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Let's not give the man false hopes. He's going to be living pay cheque to pay cheque on that.

let's not get silly here.. he might not live it up high and mighty like some of the stuffy expats on this forum but this is still 1.5 of average pay in Ch
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let's not get silly here.. he might not live it up high and mighty like some of the stuffy expats on this forum but this is still 1.5 of average pay in Ch
AGREED... You would be able to easily EASILY live off that salary and still have a good lifestyle... I am not saying BMW X6 or Volvo XC90 car choices, but more VW Golf or Audi A3 choice.

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I'm 28, single, no children.

Thx for help
Earning 94K per year, and being single, you would pay:

16.16% impot a la source.
5.05% AVS
1.00% Chomage
2-5% LPP (exact is dependent on the company itself as this is 2nd pillar)
3% Other

So a rough estimate would be 65500 CHF net per year.

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Old 16.03.2010, 22:42
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let's not get silly here.. he might not live it up high and mighty like some of the stuffy expats on this forum but this is still 1.5 of average pay in Ch
You do realise I was being sarcastic? I thought the smiley would clear that up.


Now who's the stuffy one
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Re: I've got my offer..pls give me some infos

94k is indeed pretty decent for a junior role. Good luck!
Just take about 22% off and you should have your net salary.
You can still afford the X5 on that...
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Re: I've got my offer..pls give me some infos

Thanks to everybody for your infos.
Honestly I donno if I'll accept coz at present I've got 2700€ net per month in italy (x13months including bonuses) plus car with 5years of working experience and a Master Degree in electronics engineering (at 23years with laudem). At present I'm product manager for a german multinational company and they're offering me in Switzerland an entry level position with a salary that isn't equivalent to mine. It looks not so much fair.
Just to satisfy somebody'curiosity, I want to change not for more money but to improve my life quality (I drive 80000km per year!).
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Based on your qualifications, it would be a severe step down, yes.
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You do realise I was being sarcastic? I thought the smiley would clear that up.


Now who's the stuffy one
yeah ok... did not notice...read and responded on the iPhone. the "stuffy expat" remark was not intended for you..there are plenty of them on this forum
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Thanks to everybody for your infos.
Honestly I donno if I'll accept coz at present I've got 2700€ net per month in italy (x13months including bonuses) plus car with 5years of working experience and a Master Degree in electronics engineering (at 23years with laudem). At present I'm product manager for a german multinational company and they're offering me in Switzerland an entry level position with a salary that isn't equivalent to mine. It looks not so much fair.
Just to satisfy somebody'curiosity, I want to change not for more money but to improve my life quality (I drive 80000km per year!).
Depends what kind of training it is. If its a common product then the world of training is pretty full and has been for some time so your not giving yourself a set of niche or in-demand skills. If it's a specialist field then this would more useful in any future positions.
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Re: I've got my offer..pls give me some infos

Satriani,

Congrats for the offer and success. I remember you started a similar disucssion some weeks-months ago. I am happy it finally worked for you.

I think you should definitely take the offer and consider non-salary aspects of it:

1) intl experience - although there is not much essential difference between Italy and CH - western culture
2) change always goes with positive emotions, unless you're homesick or leave someone beloved at home
3) think of it as a stepping stone to further positions in CH

Good luck,
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94,000CHF is pretty acceptable for a 28 year old, surely. I'd also assume (having never been) that Lausanne is cheaper than Basel and Zurich.
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