Fully furnished and equipped 3 bedroom apartment in the city centre of Zug. Ideal for someone needing temporary accommodation close to all facilities such as main train station, shopping facilities, restaurants, etc...
Seeking a Marketing and Communications specialist for a 3 month project starting beginning 2015 to support an international school in Basel...
A reader commented on the Expat Report Culture Shock in Zurich, Switzerland
A reader replied most recently with:
My family and I lived in Zurich for a few years, from 2000 to 2004 we all found it very difficult. One of the things I found very helpful was to tap into the expat community by way of the IPC church, bunch of wonderful people. http://www.ipc-zurich.org/
Living in Zurich was a great adventure, I'd suggest learning coping skills to help with xenophobia tendencies in the general population.
Best of luck...
A reader replied recently with:
As an "Auslandschweizer" (born in Switzerland, living abroad" I can only agree with you on the fact that Swiss people are hard to get close to. Even though I AM Swiss I might just as well have been be Chinese or any other non-Swiss nationality you could come up with when I lived in Switzerland for 2 non-consecutive years. I grew up with Swiss parents, spoke the "Schwiizerduetsch" language at home, was familiar with all the Swiss peculiarities (yes, all of them), and still did not find acceptance. I was glad to leave the country of my birth, and I went back only once - to find that staying away was the perfect solution for me.