Why are there not more women in executive positions?

Why are there not more women in executive positions?

Why are there not more women in executive positions? Swiss girls are better in school than their male colleagues. They learn better and have higher grades. In Switzerland, however, it is mainly men who make their careers. Why is that?

Share this:

How much money does one really earn in Switzerland?

Switzerland is a popular emigration destination for many EU citizens. This is mainly due to the good earning opportunities and the low taxes. In return, however, higher living costs must be taken into account than in the rest of Europe.

Share this:

The best health insurers for newcomers in Switzerland

The best health insurers for newcomers in Switzerland

The Swiss are among the best insured nations in the world. One could also say that the Swiss are overinsured. In Switzerland, you can insure just about anything you care about: your health, your household belongings, your car, your travel,

Share this:

The auxiliary verbs “sein”, “haben” and “werden”

The auxiliary verbs “sein”, “haben” and “werden”

The verbs “sein” (to be) and “haben” (to have) are important verbs in the German language. Together with “werden” (will) they are used as an auxiliary verb to form composite tenses. In this function the auxiliary verbs have no lexical

Share this:

That’s how you learn the plural in Swiss German

Studying grammar is not everyone’s cup of tea, and there are certainly more exciting things to do. However, compared to other languages, Swiss German grammar is a piece of cake  because Swiss German is not a codified language. Nevertheless, there

Share this:

How to quickly integrate and make friends in Switzerland

How to quickly integrate and make friends in Switzerland

Switzerland is not exactly an easy place to settle in and make new friends. Foreigners and expats living in Switzerland often talk about their difficulties to socially integrate. If you haven’t grown up here and made friends in school and

Share this:

Each canton its own dialect

Each canton its own dialect

There are 26 cantons in Switzerland. 20 of them in German-speaking Switzerland, including the half cantons. Each canton has its own dialect, which results in quite a variety. To help you keep track, here are the dialects based on their

Share this:

The brutal key difference between Swiss German and German

The brutal key difference between Swiss German and German

One country, four languages 8.42 million people live in Switzerland in an area of 41,285 km². Despite its small size, Switzerland has four official languages. In addition to High German, French, Italian and Romansh are spoken. And what about Swiss German?

Share this: