Daily life of the unemployed Politics Work ... Print comment Zurich regional job centre. (Keystone/Martin Rütschi) Waiting room in the regional job centre in the central town of Altdorf. (Keystone/Urs Flüeler) Meeting a job counsellor in Suhr, in the northern canton of Aargau. (Keystone/Gaetan Bally) Swiss president, Doris Leuthard, visits a work assignment programme run by HEKS (Swiss interchuch Aid) in March 2010. (Keystone/Marcel Bieri) And of course, you have to scrutinise the small ads. (Keystone/Gaetan Bally) That job you advertised, are you still looking for someone? (Keystone/Gaetan Bally) Young unemployed people in Zurich clean up after the Sechseläuten celebration as part of the social services work assignment programme. (Keystone/Alessandro della Bella) The archives of the Lausanne regional job centre. (Keystone/Andrée-Noëlle Pot) In Lausanne, like everywhere else, the job centre checks how clients are looking for work. (Keystone/Andrée-Noëlle Pot) The regional job centre in Sargans, in the eastern canton of St Gallen. (Keystone/Gaetan Bally) This content was published on September 24, 2010 3:52 PMSep 24, 2010 - 15:52 Looking for a job takes a lot of work.Job centres, job interviews, work assignment programmes - all part of the daily life of the unemployed. Neuer Inhalt Horizontal Line subscription form Form for signing up for free newsletter. Sign up for our free newsletters and get the top stories delivered to your inbox. Email address Top stories (weekly) Latest news (daily) Business (weekly) Politics (weekly) Society (weekly) Fintech (monthly) Click here to see more newsletters swissinfo EN The following content is sourced from external partners. We cannot guarantee that it is suitable for the visually or hearing impaired. swissinfo.ch Join us on Facebook!