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Re: Getting a job

Postby EdoardoTB » Mon Mar 16, 2015 2:26 pm

If you don't know Italian, you have limited options... Some of my colleagues, for example, work as English teachers (they are native). Otherwise, I woudn't know... There are also some options within the University (e.g. international office).
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Re: Getting a job

Postby EdoardoTB » Mon May 04, 2015 1:27 pm

Is your question about how easy is to combine work and medical studies?

I cannot really answer because I am a full time student.

Obviously it depends on the type of work, the number of hours per week and how you plan your day. Maybe if you are working on weekends, about 10 hours per week, it might work.

Going back to your first question, on a scale from 1 to 10, with 1 being super easy and 10 being impossible, I would say: 7

There are a variety of jobs at La Sapienza. They are basically at the numerous offices in our University (CIAO and HELLO offices are just two). You can also do the librarian: about 160 hours throughout the year for around 1200 euros.

The work demand is greater than the actual offer. Therefore, you may not find a spot. Selection criteria are based upon academic results, with the best students being allocated first.
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