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How to look for work in Rome

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In the fashionable country of Italy you must dress smartly for a job interview. Ladies: make sure you have a hand bag that matches your shoes! Gentlemen: wear a tasteful tie preferably according to the latest fashion trends! For Italians, the way a person dresses indicates many things, i.e. whether the person is serious or not for the job. For more information on the main routes to employment, our partner, Expertise in Labour Mobility, offers you a brief abstract of the main focused point of the labour market (click here to display).

Agencies that you can contact depending on the type of job you are seeking. Visit:

You can purchase the newspaper and refer to the Lavoro (Employment) section:

  • Corriere della Sera: see Friday's Lavoro insert and work offers.
  • La Republica: on Thursday
  • Il Sole 24 Ore: on Monday

For temping, you can contact Adecco.

You can also go to INFORMAGIOVANI, offices that provide information for foreigners.

Update 22/04/2008


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