What minimum wage? This country wants minimum income!


Switzerland intends to introduce a basic income for all adults. This means all adults in Switzerland will receive an unconditional income of SF$2,500 (~S$3400) per month.

















The initiative’s organizing committee said the basic income could partly be financed through money from social insurance systems in Switzerland.






Indeed we made a few assumptions on how we think the Swiss would roll this out. But anyway, that’s just us. What do YOU think of free money handed out by the state?




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