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Work in Italy

Our participative guide will help you find out more on the work market and the legal framework in Italy.

The Italian labour market

Rich in history, culture, and good food, it’s no surprise that every year thousands of visitors decide to pack up to relocate to this beautiful boot-shaped peninsula. However, unless you plan to retire, study, or travel in Italy, you are probably going to want to look for a job to support yourself. Before you make your decision to move, it’s important that you understand the economic climate and the labour market in Italy.

Unless you are retired or studying in Italy, you are probably going to want to look for a job to support yourself. Our ...

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