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How and Where to Find a Job in Italy
Are you planning on working in Italy as part of an expat assignment – or on your own? Let us give you some idea of what to expect! Our guide to working in Italy covers all the essential information you need for your relocation, such as visas, permits, and tips for the job search.

Tips for Job Seekers
If you do not want to teach English and would like to try your luck searching for jobs in the conventional way, here are some tips:
A: 1. Be assertive and sound confident of yourself and your skills.
B: 2. Train as an Italian teacher at home. This is the best way of learning the language.
C: 3. Translate your CV into Italian. If you are not fluent in Italian, it is worthwhile spending the money on a professional translator.
D: 4. Be honest about your Italian language skills, as potential employers will put you to the test in an interview.
E: 5. Check local and regional job listings in newspapers and go to companies in person. People tend to remember faces rather than names. Making a personal impression on a potential employer may benefit you in the long run.
F: 6. It is usually sufficient to contact potential employers by email, as otherwise job hunting can be very expensive.
G: 7. Be sure to have all your university degrees and certificates translated into Italian. This will show your commitment to blending in with Italian culture and your sincerity in finding work. Most European university degrees are accepted by Italian employers. If you, however, have a degree from the United States, for example, you may want to contact a local university and see what the equivalent in Italy is.
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1.________ is home to dozens of diplomatic missions, the foreign offices of international media, and numerous companies from the service industry, e.g. tourism or professional services. In addition, it is home to a big international airport and many international schools, which might be a deciding factor for expats moving with their families.
For any bankers seeking new challenges in their lives and thinking of giving Italy a try, moving up north to 2.________ might be their best idea.
Despite the economic crisis that has shaken the finance sector, 3.________ is still one of the world's largest financial centers. And, the current recession notwithstanding, people in 4.________ have the highest average income in Italy. It is the seat of the Italian stock exchange, and many international banks have set up shop in 5.________ as well.
Today, 6.________ is a leading exporter of textiles and garments. Fashion labels such as Gucci, Prada, Valentino, and Versace have their headquarters there. It is also a very touristic city and thus a good destination if you are in the tourist business.
7.________ and 8.________ are not  bad places to settle down if you want to become self-employed in the tourist business. Although the two islands are already home to many tourism offices and hotels, if you are convinced that your business sets itself apart from the rest, it is certainly worth a try.
Remember that you must be a legal resident to apply for self-employment and that you will be paying social security contributions and health insurance on your own.
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1. Trade ________
2. School placement  ________
3. Professional  ________
4. Job ________
5. Employer  ________
6. Current ________
7. Chambers of  ________
8. Annual business ________

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1.Divide a piece of paper in half
A: A. needed by the employer.
B: B. from each employer need to your matching qualification.
C: C. by drawing a line down the middle.
D: D. by highlighting any areas where you did not have a matching qualification.
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2. On one side, list specific skills, experience and abilities
A: A. write down how you can and will learn the skills you lack. List the other skills you have that make up for this weakness.
B: B. that meet each requirement.
C: C. needd by the employer.
D: D. from each employer need to your matching qualification.
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3. On the other side, write down your qualifications
A: A. that meet each requirement.
B: B. needed by the employer.
C: C. from each employer need to your matching qualification.
D: D. by drawing a line down the middle.
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Draw lines
A: A. needed by the employer.
B: B. from each employer need to your matching qualification.
C: C. by drawing a line down the middle.
D: D. by highlighting any areas where you did not have a matching qualification.
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5. Identify weaknesses
A: A. by highlighting any areas where you did not have a matching qualification.
B: B. write down how you can and will learn the skills you lack. List the other skills you have that make up for this weakness.
C: C. by drawing a line down the middle.
D: D. from each employer need to your matching qualification.
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6. At the bottom of the page
A: A. needed by the employer.
B: B. that meet each requirement.
C: C. write down how you can and will learn the skills you lack. List the other skills you have that make up for this weakness.
D: D. by highlighting any areas where you did not have a matching qualification.
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1. I don't A ________ a uniform when I go  to school,
2. But for a job interview, I would of course ________ smart clothes.
3. In the morning I usually ________ dressed while listening to the radio.
4. I like to ________ my clothes before I go out in the evening.
5. My friend ________ in purple for her job interview and it brought her good luck!
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