The location factor for Switzerland is 2.23, based on national market rates.
This means a CHF 142,439 per year salary would roughly
be compareable to €60,000 in Germany.
If you would have to pay full taxes in Germany, this amount would rise to CHF 182,453.
It would be CHF 126,334 based on living costs, CHF 161,824 with taxes paid in Germany.
You can also start a calculation based on Switzerland.
|Chosen Factor||2.23 2.86*|
|Market Rates||2.23 2.86*|
|Consumer Price Index||1.65 2.12*|
|Rent Index*||2.12 2.72*|
|Consumer Price Plus Rent Index||1.77 2.27*|
|Groceries Index||1.98 2.54*|
|Restaurant Price Index*||1.76 2.26*|
|Local Purchasing Power Index*||1.31 1.68*|
|Buffer Location Bracket*||A or SF Engineer|
|Currency||Swiss Franc (CHF)|
|Income Tax*||0% to 13.2%|
Locations in Switzerland
|Basel||2.23 2.86*||Market Rates|
|Bern||2.23 2.86*||Market Rates|
|Geneva||2.60 3.33*||Market Rates|
|Lausanne||2.23 2.86*||Market Rates|
|Lugano||2.23 2.86*||Market Rates|
|Zurich||2.94 3.77*||Market Rates|
|Baden||2.58 3.30*||Market Rates|
|Fribourg||2.82 3.62*||Market Rates|
|Lucerne||2.60 3.33*||Market Rates|
|Schaffhausen||2.23 2.86*||Market Rates|
|St. Gallen||2.23 2.86*||Market Rates|
|Zug||2.71 3.47*||Market Rates|
|Thurgau||2.23 2.86*||Market Rates|