Living and Working in Italy

Seasonal jobs in Italy:

Italy offers many jobs in it’s winter and summer tourist industries. Ski Resorts In Italy include Courmayeur, Livigno, Madonna di Campiglio, Val di Fassa, Val di Sole, Val Gardena, Bormio, Sestriere

Summer Resorts include Bardolino, Cefalu, Garda, Gardone Riviera, Giardini Naxos, Ischia, Letojanni, Lido di Jesolo, Limone, Malcesine, Mazzaro, Sant Agnello, Sorrento, Taormina and Torri del Benaco

Several British and European camping companies operate throughout Italy and jobs can be found in the summer working in campsites.

There are many jobs available to those with a TEFL qualification in language schools around Italy, mostly in city areas such as Milan, Rome, and Naples. During the summer there are many positions offered in Summer Camps teaching children.

Work strawberry picking can be found in the Emilia Romagna region in June and Apples in August/September in the regions of Valtellina and Alto Adige. The grape harvest takes place in the North West of Italy, in vineyards South East of Turin and Piemonte, West of Verona and in Alto Adige in September and October. Harevest job opportunities can be limited and difficult to find.

Au Pairs usually need some childcare experience but won’t always need to be able to speak fluent Italian. Au pairs live with host families, looking after the children and perform basic domestic duties such as cleaning. Wages are often low but food and accommodation is usually included.

Smaller Earth Offer Au Pair Programmes In Italy.

If you intend to visit Italy, on holiday, a business trip, to study, work, volunteer or as an emigrant you should get up to date and accurate information from the official website of the Italian Ministry Of Foreign Affairs.

For up to date information on visa requirements, you can also check with the Embassy or Consulate of Italy before you travel.

More information about Italy:

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