It is not uncommon to hear stories of people who have left their home city or country to try to make a living elsewhere.
The case of Argentine youth Adrian Kirchnitz went viral on TikTok after he revealed how much he earns working as a dishwasher in Switzerland.
In the video, which has already garnered nearly 400,000 views, Adrian says he earned $3,750 (about R$19,800).
About 50% of the salary is spent on expenses such as rent and food, leaving $1,875 (about R$10,000) for other expenses.
Despite the numbers initially jumping into the eye, TikTok users said that given the high cost of living in Switzerland, the amount is not that valuable.
Someone commented, “I used to live in Zurich and the standard of living in Switzerland is very high, so this salary is not a big deal.” Another country said, “It is one of the most expensive countries, so the salary is normal.”
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