As Switzerland features a workforce with high salaries, a society that is one of the worlds most liveable and a business focused economy, it can often be expensive and costly to live. Though, the benefits that Switzerland presents to its citizens is directly in correlation with the price of living. The nation is one of the most developed and offers state of the art healthcare and transportation systems as well as other utilities.
Millions of people around the world view Switzerland as a leading nation for raising a family with regards to healthcare, education, language skills as well as higher education. The job and career prospects that children raised in Switzerland are presented with are second to none. With direct access to high-tech and advanced businesses that focus on artificial intelligence, advanced research and development, leading universities and computer science companies, children raised in Switzerland are given opportunities that are unmatched by any other country on earth.
In Swiss culture, there is no apparent prejudice between the classes and in a general scope, the Swiss people are not negatively judgmental of those who are substantially wealthier than they are. The Swiss government has created an extremely people-focused government where there are major connections between the people and government, allowing open
forums and citizen opinions run free. With no national religion or political stance, Switzerland has almost topped the UN's most liveable nations list, coming in third, behind Norway and Australia respectively.