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Verteilung des Stellenangebots "Scientist" in Schweiz

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Wie die Grafik zeigt, in Schweiz gilt Basel-Stadt als die Region mit der größten Zahl der offenen Stellen in und an zweiter Stelle folgt Kanton Zürich. Den dritten Platz nimmt Kanton Genf ein.

Ranking der Kantone in Schweiz gemäß dem Gehaltsniveau für den Beruf "Scientist"

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Wie die Grafik zeigt, in Schweiz gilt Basel-Stadt als die Region mit der größten Zahl der offenen Stellen in und an zweiter Stelle folgt Kanton Zürich. Den dritten Platz nimmt Kanton Genf ein.

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Wie die Grafik zeigt, in Schweiz gilt Basel-Stadt als die Region mit der größten Zahl der offenen Stellen in und an zweiter Stelle folgt Kanton Zürich. Den dritten Platz nimmt Kanton Genf ein.

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