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The positives are that salaries in Switzerland are amongst the highest in the world, you get at least four weeks’ holiday per year, there are excellent Swiss social security benefits if you’re out of work, and you’ll enjoy one of the highest qualities of life in the world.
However, the labour market is small, competition for jobs is high and if you’re from outside the EU, then only a limited number of management level, well-qualified and specialist employees are admitted into the country to work.
Manuka has for years been touted by celebrities and health-food fans as a sweet elixir.
Derived from the nectar of a New Zealand shrub of the same name, it has antibacterial properties and a range of reported health benefits.