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Old 02.05.2011, 12:22
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Hello guys,

As a tradition, I want to introduce myself into this forum as I am *eager* to move into Switzerland. You can find my name as my profile name and I am a Hungarian citizen.

We, recently (yesterday), get lifted on the restriction to live and work in Switzerland, so I am taking all my chances to actually make it happen.

However, I am not *fully* Hungarian, as just benefit from the nationality due to my mother. I am actually from Mexico.. so you can run away from this topic now

As you can imagine, I ran from Mexico for a single reason. Personal security. I won't go on details, but it's really that bad. And I brought along my wife and son, so I won't be entering Switzerland for a lovely Swiss and then leave her, don't worry

Anyway!

I am a Master in Information Systems Management (dunno if that actually means anything here in Europe XD) but I can handle IT projects as a PMI certified professional. If that doesn't ring a bell, then I can tell you I am the guy behind a project who is paid for doing *nothing* at all, according to the developers

I am seeking a nice place to live, but which also offers my family and myself a professional future and education excellence. I was thinking Zürich as it might offer the most IT jobs.. but guess that depends on who wants to hire me first.

I know the IT sector is a very competitive, but I have experience Managing Businesses and Customer Service, so that gives me an extra advantage (I hope).

As for my hobbies, I used to have a nice tuned-up car and used to race on racetracks, which I enjoyed a lot. I hope to continue with my hobby as I earn enough to support it. I like friends and roadtrips. So if you're that kind of person, nice to meet you!

I have a few questions though about Switzerland, which I haven't found answer to, but I'll be asking on their respective threads.

Anyway, I'll be around lurking for useful information and hope to meet interesting people here.. and hope to be moving in soon!

Géza.
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Old 02.05.2011, 15:03
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Welcome! This is the first time I have heard of a Mexican/Hungarian but welcome. The job market is going pretty well in Switzerland at the moment according to one of my recruiter friends.

Bienvenidos a la Suiza!
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Old 02.05.2011, 15:35
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Thanks chap
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Hola Geza y bienvenido!

Zurig is not a bad place to start looking for IT jobs actually. I am actually working for an IT company and we're expanding internationally at the moment (mostly Europe, UK and Singapore).

We do banking software but also look for project managers with experience. If not my own company, maybe an implementation partner.

If you need help listing a few potential employers, send me a PM.

Suerte y hasta pronto!
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Gracias por la ayuda, Allanon. We should be in contact.
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Hi Geza,
There is also a thread called "Spanish in English Forum" or something similar, if you want to connect to Spanish speakers.
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Oh yes, just spotted it. Thanks.
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