Few countries can rival the rich history, culture, and cuisine of Italy. While it is still one of the most visited tourist countries in the world many teachers seek the opportunity to call this beautiful country home, at least for a while. Due to the recent economic situation in Italy, teaching is a viable job option. Most teachers find jobs that will allow them to live comfortably but not save. It can be tricky to land a job without EU citizenship, but many institutions are willing to sponsor a work visa if you have good qualifications. Jobs pop up through out the year so you can begin your search now.
Italy is located in Europe and shares borders with France, Switzerland, Austria, and Slovenia. With over 60 million citizens, Italy spans over 116,000 square miles and has one of the strongest economies in the European Union. The capital, Rome, has a long been the political and religious epicenter of the western world, home to both the Roman Empire and Christianity. Italy has a rich history that flourished During the Renaissance era and gave way to many famous scholars, artists and explorers. It is one of the founding members of the European Union and is still considered one of the most developed nations in the world.