Moving to Switzerland is considered to be the new American dream. With various work opportunities, high living standard, low unemployment rate, beautiful landscapes, Switzerland is considered to be the 4th best country to live in the entire world.

  1. Beautiful landscapes and great access 

Located in Central Europe, Switzerland has amazing mountains, beautiful lakes, pretty villages and highly polished cities. The Swiss Alps are a popular ski destination and they’re also one of the most recognizable symbols of Switzerland.

Surrounded by 5 countries: Austria and Liechtenstein to the east, France to the west, Italy to the south and Germany to the north, Switzerland has four official languages: German, spoken by 63.7% of population, French, by 20.4% of population, Italian by 6.5% of population and Romansh spoken only by 0.5% of population.

Due to its infrastructure, Switzerland is considered an accessible country, with easy car access to more than 30 European countries. According to the Global Competitiveness Report from 2016-2017, Switzerland is the most competitive country in Europe.

  1. High standard education

When it comes to schools, in Switzerland there are public, private and international schools that all have super high standards. In Switzerland, each of the 26 cantons have their own education system in place. Switzerland was ranked 9th out of 65 countries in the OECD/PISA 2012 survey of educational standards amongst 15 year olds. Also, in Switzerland, access to the various types of education is always open, therefore anyone who has the necessary qualifications can generally attend the desired courses.

  1. High standard of living 

Though Switzerland is one of the most expensive countries to live in, it’s also the one of the best countries to call home, due to its high standards of living and purchasing power. According to the OECD Better Life Index, Switzerland is 4th best country in the world to live in, at life satisfaction Switzerland is 3rd, in health it’s the 2nd and when it comes to community it takes the first place. In the world. The OECD Index includes, housing, income, jobs, community, education, environment, civic engagement, health, life satisfaction, safety, work-life balance. 

  1. Low unemployment

The Swiss employment market is the most attractive for the skilled professionals in search of high salaries. In Switzerland the unemployment rate is the lowest in Europe. Though, Switzerland might seem to have restrictive immigration policies and work permit quotas, finding a job here isn’t as difficult as thought. Another fact is that according to Swiss law, foreign workers have to be employed under the same salaries and work conditions as Swiss citizens.

  1. Multiple business opportunities 

Switzerland has become a preferred destination for investors due to its unique taxation system, geographic and political position, low inflation, low unemployment rate, as well as its competitive business environment.

This country is also an attractive business center for all the investors who want to incorporate in Switzerland a company that will enjoy the benefits of a strong economy, a liberal tax system, high productivity, a highly educated workforce, a future-oriented research and technology base, and Low Value Added Tax (VAT) compared to many European Union (EU) countries among many other aspects.