What is the point of this exercise though?
If it is, to show how high salaries in Switzerland are, then this only works if you plan to spend the money primarily outside of Switzerland.
In comparison to the rest of Europe, Switzerland (and Norway I believe) does have a distorted scale of salaries, but this does not mean that people actually have more money because (almost) everything else is equally more expensive.
$100 is not uncommon for an average dinner for two. Switzerland is leading in the famous Big Mac Index. Average rent starts at four figures. The monthly public transport ticket for Zurich (+one zone, to make the covered area more comparable to other European cities) is 124 francs.
So yes, if you live outside of Switzerland and manage to secure a Swiss salary you are in luck, in Switzerland the difference drops dramatically.