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Anonymous 2016-10-28 03:36:11 No.1176517

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I've been told numerous times to move out of Switzerland and not in a rude way like 'gtfo and never come back' and more in a sense that I could do much more with my life elsewhere. Anybody got experience with prolonged time spans not home or leaving your home country in general. I'm thinking about saving more money and moving abroad for a year or two and seeing how that plays out.
Do you guys have experience with such things? Anything to read up on, besides visas etc.?


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Anonymous 2016-10-28 04:06:08 No.1176522
>>1176517
tell me my friend do you have experience in any particular field

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Anonymous 2016-10-28 04:23:29 No.1176526
>>1176522
Run of the mill clerk shit, bookkeeping, accounting. Not a stellar cv, there's that

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Anonymous 2016-10-28 06:04:01 No.1176537
>>1176517
Do it, op. I promise it'll work out somehow. I felt the same way and left Canada for 4 years. Lived in a different country every year and traveled in between. The Swiss passport is good and you're in a fortunate situation because the worst case scenario is that it doesn't not work - then you move back home to your extremely first world country and make some money to either stay or leave again.

If you're under 35 a good place to start is by looking at working holiday visas available for your country. You can work anywhere in the world, but if you do t have much experience you're probably stuck in hospitality in other first world countries (it's not such a bad life... You just might not what to do it forever).

Good luck.

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Anonymous 2016-10-28 07:16:46 No.1176547
>>1176537
Thanks for your reply







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