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How do you say "Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten" and "Chemiefacharbeiterin" in swiss german

I was watching RTR Cuntrasts, showing a film called "Ir via" about a few german families living in Grischun after the Berlin wall fell. It was subtitled in German, and I speak very little german, much less swiss german. Two words came up: "Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten" and "Chemiefacharbeiterin". How would one say them in Swiss German? Just curious.
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Re: How do you say "Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten" and "Chemiefacharbeiterin" in swiss ger

Not much of a difference in Zürich: "Usbildigsmöglichkeite" and "Chemiefacharbeiteri"
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Re: How do youIsay "Ausbildungsmöglichkeiten" and "Chemiefacharbeiterin" in swiss ger

Cool, thanx! I wish someone could teach me swiss german
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