The publication focuses on the foreign labour force of the 25 most frequent nationalities in Switzerland and examines their situation on the labour market: labour market participation, sociodemographic characteristics and working conditions of the employed persons. The results are based on average values from 2018 to 2022.
The Swiss labour market is closely linked to neighbouring regions. For the year 2022, the publication examines labour mobility and labour market indicators for Switzerland, 11 European border regions and Liechtenstein.
The Cross-Border Commuter Statistics provide quarterly information on the number of foreign cross-border commuters with a G permit working in Switzerland. The results are detailed by place of residence and place of work as well as by the main socio-demographic characteristics.
“Labour market indicators” presents the main highlights among the vast range of employment data. Topics covered include employment, working hours, unemployment, job vacancies, dynamic aspects of the labour market, as well as salary structure and trends.