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Risks of Job Loss in Switzerland: What to Know and How to Prepare

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Risks of Job Loss in Switzerland: What to Know and How to Prepare

You all know that the latest trend is artificial intelligence (AI), especially conversational AI like chatGPT. So for today, I asked him for an article on the problem of job search in the current context of merger/takeover of Credit Suisse by UBS and the consequent influx of thousands of candidates fleeing the failed bank:

Image created with another AI: midjourney
Image created with another AI: midjourney

Introduction:

The economic crisis affected many sectors of activity in Switzerland, including the bank. With the recent announcement of massive layoffs at Credit Suisse, it is understandable that job seekers are worried about their job prospects. However, it is important to keep in mind that there are still many job opportunities in Switzerland, and that effective strategies can be used to succeed in finding a job despite the difficult economic situation.

Be proactive:

The first step to successful job search is to be proactive. This means that you should not wait for job offers to come to you, but rather actively seek out job opportunities. Online job sites such as Indeed, Monster or Jobup are good starting points for finding jobs. You can also contact the companies that interest you directly and submit your spontaneous application.

Highlight your skills:

With increased competition in the labour market, it’s important to highlight your skills and differentiate yourself from other candidates. You can do this by customizing your resume and cover letter according to each position you are applying for, highlighting your specific skills that match the job offer. You can also complement your skills with online or face-to-face training.

Networking:

Networking is an effective way to find hidden employment opportunities. You can join professional groups on social networks such as LinkedIn, attend networking events and meet professionals in your field. Ensure you have a professional online presence and regularly update your LinkedIn profile.

Stay positive:

Looking for a job can be a difficult time, but it’s important to stay positive and keep moving forward. Use this time to improve your skills and develop new professional opportunities. It can be helpful to seek support from friends and family to help you maintain a positive mindset.

Image generated by another AI also: DALL-E 2
Image generated by another AI also: DALL-E 2

Conclusion:

Despite the massive layoffs at Crédit Suisse, it is possible to succeed in your job search in Switzerland by using effective strategies such as proactivity, highlighting your skills, networking and positivity. By working on these points, you can increase your chances of finding a job and continue to progress in your career.

 

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