Job market in Italy

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  • s.facchini
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    30 April, 2009 at 2:38
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    hello

    Does anyone know what the current job market is for english teachers in Italy is? Where is the best place in Italy (or places) to work as an English teacher in Italy?

    Is it possible to survive on a teachers income in Italy?

    Any help is appreciated.
    Thank you

    dan
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    2 May, 2009 at 17:22
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    Reply To: Job market in Italy

    Hi and welcome to the forum. Have a look [url=http://www.eslbase.com/countries/teach-english-in-italy]here[/url] to get you started – some sound words of advice for Italy from other teachers.

    Hope that helps.

    Dan

    kirsten
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    28 May, 2009 at 0:30
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    Reply To: Job market in Italy

    Hi, there

    I was asking myself the same questions. I want to teach in southern Italy, though (thinking Amalfi Coast– i know, maybe wishful thinking) but i did find out that there are public school programs that pay well. They are funded by the EU, so the money is good (60 euro/hr) if you get the contract. I am going through the list of PON schools in the province of Salerno that I downloaded at [url]http://www.teach-english-in-italy.net[/url]. I hope to get my CV out to at least 5 of them before they start publicly posting the jobs. (First come first serve, right.. well, at least I’ll give it a try)

    Good luck! :D

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