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Salary levels in Switzerland

 
#1 Salary levels in Switzerland
03/11/2009 10:43

SwissWatch

Does anyone have an idea of salary levels in Switzerland in Consulting and the Financial Industry?

I have 8 years experience within consulting (mostly IT - Sourcing, IT Governance, Operational efficiency, etc) for couple of big names in the UK and am considering couple of options I have in Switzerland. Any thoughts of what salary level I should be looking at?

Thanks in advance

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#2 RE: Salary levels in Switzerland
03/11/2009 12:18

none to SwissWatch (#1)

200k CHF - each kanton has different tax rules so watch out for that.

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#3 RE: Salary levels in Switzerland
03/11/2009 22:18

swiss-born to SwissWatch (#1)

Depends where you are...if it is the french part (geneva/lausanne) - 200 K may just about work. If it's Zurich and surroundings, you may need more. Rents are sky high and a loaf of bread costs 5.5 CHF...(more than 3 pounds)

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#4 RE: Salary levels in Switzerland
04/11/2009 10:47

SwissWatch to swiss-born (#3)

Thanks both for the reply.

One option is indeed in Zurich and the other in Basel - I will keep your advice in mind about Zurich being much more expensive.

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