Switzerland has ‐ together with Australia and Luxemburg ‐ one of the largest immigrant populations in relative terms in the OECD. This chapter provides an overview and assessment of the key labour market outcomes of immigrants in Switzerland in international comparison,
and their evolution over time. It discusses the framework for integration and analyses some key issues in the labour market integration of immigrants and their children, including the use of immigrants' skills in the labour market, naturalisation, discrimination,
integration of recent arrivals and the school‐to‐work transition of the children of immigrants.