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Re: Considering moving from Zürich to München

Dear komsomolez thanks a lot for your answer. Not sure if I will manage to get 80 or 90k as maybe i'm asking something out of budget.
By running some high level calculation it seems that my net salary will be 4.3k per month (With 80k per year) and 2.1k per month (with 50k per year) for my wife. So more or less we should be around 6k net per month... not sure if we can compare them to 8k net of CH
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Re: Considering moving from Zürich to München

Did you try the search? I think there was a relocate to M thread a year ago or so.

Rent in M is a big cost, but groceries, eating out, transport should be significantly cheaper than Zurich. It is a good city, but if you expect same accessability of mountains or lakes, you will be disappointed. Yes, there are mountains and lakes, and half a million people trying to drive there on good weekends.
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Did you try the search? I think there was a relocate to M thread a year ago or so.

Rent in M is a big cost, but groceries, eating out, transport should be significantly cheaper than Zurich. It is a good city, but if you expect same accessability of mountains or lakes, you will be disappointed. Yes, there are mountains and lakes, and half a million people trying to drive there on good weekends.
Accessibility is identical.
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Re: Considering moving from Zürich to München

We already have an identical thread and it's not even old. So why a new one?
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We already have an identical thread and it's not even old. So why a new one?
Would you mind share it. I was looking for some information regarding wages and I was not able to find anything...to be honest.. thanks in advance for your help.
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Did you try the search? I think there was a relocate to M thread a year ago or so.

Rent in M is a big cost, but groceries, eating out, transport should be significantly cheaper than Zurich. It is a good city, but if you expect same accessability of mountains or lakes, you will be disappointed. Yes, there are mountains and lakes, and half a million people trying to drive there on good weekends.
Yes thread is here but unfortunately I was not able to find what I was looking for. Would be possible to get some official information and possible some rough numbers with some website to run comparisons? thanks a lot for the help, truly appreciated.
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Yes thread is here but unfortunately I was not able to find what I was looking for. Would be possible to get some official information and possible some rough numbers with some website to run comparisons? thanks a lot for the help, truly appreciated.
I think the key point for you is to establish an aggressive yet achievable salary number for what you do in Munich. I have no idea. Have you tried Glassdoor?
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Accessibility is identical.
No way
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I think the key point for you is to establish an aggressive yet achievable salary number for what you do in Munich. I have no idea. Have you tried Glassdoor?
Yes on Glassdor the mean seems to be around 63k - so really far away from my expectation - I would really appreciate knowing if this figure is true or not..
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Yes on Glassdor the mean seems to be around 63k - so really far away from my expectation - I would really appreciate knowing if this figure is true or not..
63k is way too low. Again, no idea what a business analyst does, but for risk mgmt specialists in banks, I would guess (!) levels of 85k+

Where do you get if you translate your cost + savings in Zurich to German gross?
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No way
Muncih to Garmisch is 80kms
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Muncih to Garmisch is 80kms
Traffic jams all the time.
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63k is way too low. Again, no idea what a business analyst does, but for risk mgmt specialists in banks, I would guess (!) levels of 85k+

Would be great if someone in the field could give any advice

Where do you get if you translate your cost + savings in Zurich to German gross?
Not sure if I got your question...
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Re: Zürich to Munich

Munich used to be a great city - nicknamed a "toytown" because crime was so low - lived there for 6 years and still have some of my best friends there - it's gone down a long long way since 2015 due to Mutti's guests.
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Not sure if I got your question...
Bottom up calculation of cost in M + the savings you can make here = need to have net pay in M to have same standard (your salary only). Then calculate needed gross in M from there.
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Traffic jams all the time.
Nope, E95 is pretty empty

If that busy, can always go to Innsbruck that is 30km further
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Munich used to be a great city - nicknamed a "toytown" because crime was so low - lived there for 6 years and still have some of my best friends there - it's gone down a long long way since 2015 due to Mutti's guests.
Who is Muttis guests ?
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Munich used to be a great city - nicknamed a "toytown" because crime was so low - lived there for 6 years and still have some of my best friends there - it's gone down a long long way since 2015 due to Mutti's guests.
Then maybe you could help answer Op's questions instead of just bringing your "asylum seekers rape our girls" rhethoric.
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nope, e95 is pretty empty

if that busy, can always go to innsbruck that is 30km further
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Then maybe you could help answer Op's questions instead of just bringing your "asylum seekers rape our girls" rhethoric.
To be fair Zurich as dodgy as Munich. Red light area is full of Muttis friends.

At least Munich is a major touristic destination vs. Zurich a provincial town.
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