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Old 27.08.2009, 02:06
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Hello... a new friend

Im from Venezuela... i recently visited Switzerland and had the opportunity to know your amazing livinstyle.

My wife and I decided to move to Switzerland within five-eight years, maybe before because our country have many reasons to stay but many reasons to leave too.

i hope to learn in this forum all that you can`t find in several webs and the most important: friends before we arrive.

excuse me if my english isn´t the best, but a´ll do my best.
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Old 27.08.2009, 11:57
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¡Hola y bienvenido al forum, Nelson! Good to have someone from such a gorgeous country amongst us. I have been there, I therefore also can imagine why you want to make the move Switzerland. Tell us a little more about you and your wife, ask specific questions (the more, the better) - and you'll be surprised how much response you get. It's definitely not easy to find a job in Switzerland - however, we are willing to assist if we can. Again: Welcome!
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Old 27.08.2009, 12:02
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Hi Nelson,

Welcome.
Since you and your wife will move to CH in a while, I suggest you both start learning the language now. It will make a hell of a difference if you speak the language when you arrive.

Good luck,
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Thank you, I have read many people replying and helping others.

In our visit we talked with my cousin who lives in zurich and he told us how hard is to find employment. He is bio-medical enginnier and studies a master at ETH program: he can`t find a Job!!!.

In our case i`m financial operator, ussually known as "trader", in my current job I manage government accounts and have experience in forex, bonds, etc. I hope to find a place in financial area of a swiss bank like UBS or something like that. My wife is optics technician and works with several optics machines, in venezuela is a very recognized carreer due the little ammount of people who has that knowledge.

We think the German is a "must have" language for all the people who want a better lifestyle in switzerland.. tell me if i`m wrong.... and we believe that in five years we can learn very good this language.

Nelson.
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Thank you, I have read many people replying and helping others.

In our visit we talked with my cousin who lives in zurich and he told us how hard is to find employment. He is bio-medical enginnier and studies a master at ETH program: he can`t find a Job!!!.

In our case i`m financial operator, ussually known as "trader", in my current job I manage government accounts and have experience in forex, bonds, etc. I hope to find a place in financial area of a swiss bank like UBS or something like that. My wife is optics technician and works with several optics machines, in venezuela is a very recognized carreer due the little ammount of people who has that knowledge.

We think the German is a "must have" language for all the people who want a better lifestyle in switzerland.. tell me if i`m wrong.... and we believe that in five years we can learn very good this language.

Nelson.

I hope Hugo is not one of your customers otherwise tough lock getting a job anywhere except maybe Iran
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Old 27.08.2009, 22:27
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I see you already know something about us... well.. my friend.. that`s one of the reasons why we want to go out!!!!

Hugo isn´t a direct customer and we still have a good grade of autonomy. Anyway the people should be considered for the skills and the ethical ideas they have.
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