Swiss currency is called Franken, and much like the dollar, one franc is made of 100 rappen. Unlike America though, the smallest unit of currency in Switzerland is the fünfer, the Swiss equivalent of a nickel. The economy this money circulates through is divided into three sectors: agriculture, industry, and services. Of the three, the agriculture sector is considered the primary one and is heavily supported by the government, despite only making up about 10% of Swiss jobs. Then after that, 40% are in the industry sector, and the remaining 50% are in the services sector.