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    Hello,

    I've heard that it's possible to work at a part-time job in Italy(Milano) as an international student. In fact, my possible school will start at 8:30 am and classes won't be finished until 5:30 pm. So, is it possible for me to find a part time job? If so, how and where can I search for possible jobs?
    Also how much do you think I would make monthly?
    Thank you in advance,

    Melisa.
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    I can't answer about how and where you'd find jobs; but as an international student, have you checked to see if there are any limits to the amount of hours you can work? You'd also have to consider the impact working would have on your degree.

    A Saturday job for 4 hours might be ok, for example.
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    (Original post by Tiger Rag)
    I can't answer about how and where you'd find jobs; but as an international student, have you checked to see if there are any limits to the amount of hours you can work? You'd also have to consider the impact working would have on your degree.

    A Saturday job for 4 hours might be ok, for example.
    Yes! The limit is either 20 or 40 hours a week, and it can only be a part-time job. Thank you for your reply.
 
 
 
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