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A graduate job refers to a full-time, entry-level position that requires the applicant to have a degree from a college, university or a business school in order to obtain the occupation. Often, applicants that are close to completing their academic qualifications will also be considered for these positions. Graduate listings are offered by companies of all shapes and sizes and are one of the most common and most sought after forms of employment today. See which job we currently have online in Switzerland.
Salary and benefits designate further fluctuating elements of graduate jobs and are once more determined by the individual employer or country of occupation. A salary refers to a fixed regular payment made by an employer to an employee, while benefits refer to indirect or non-financial compensations offered. Both the salary presented and the benefits received should be more competitive in a graduate position than a student job, graduate programme and/or an internship.
Working and living in Switzerland
There are significant regional differences in the Swiss labour market. Geneva is the area with the highest percentage of foreign workers, and many work in one of the many international institutions based there. The banking industry is centered mainly in and around Zurich, whereas Basel is the main hub for the Swiss chemical and pharmaceutical industry. With employers such as PwC, EY, Accenture, Deloitte International & Siemens the range of possibilities to find a graduate job is quite broad.