Work in Italy

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

The work culture in Milan

Fashion is everything in Milan. It is a city that appreciates and offers beauty in its every corner, and it is challenging to remain immune to the sense of style that the atmosphere offers. Dressing up is important on the streets, in the cafés and bars and most importantly in the workplaces. Milan is quite a liberal and international city, but one criterion remains the same, everything needs to be done with taste and elegance.

Fashion, design, finance, culture, tourism and much more create the reality of living in Milan. This city, with its ...

Historically, Milan has always been Italy’s powerhouse, renowned for its fashion, design industries, ...

Rome is unsurprisingly a prized destination for expatriates among which many eventually decide to settle down for ...

As an expatriate, working in Rome can be an incredible experience. To start your relationship with your employers and ...

Rome is unsurprisingly one of the most popular destinations in Italy for expatriates. From the richness of its ...

Rich in history, culture, and good food, it’s no surprise that every year thousands of visitors decide to pack ...

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

Applying for a job in Italy can seem like a daunting prospect, but armed with the right information about where to look ...

As with many cities in Italy’s industrial north, Turin has weathered the impacts of the global economic crisis ...

Florence is an easy place to fall in love with, so it is no surprise that it is one of Italy’s most popular ...

Like most European countries, internships play an important role in shaping education and giving young people valuable ...

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