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Torino

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by yoho, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. Does anyone have any knowledge of the school here or life in general in Turin (for a single person)?
    From what I've gathered on this board, life in Italy for a teacher is expensive, esp. rent in the cities, as well as high taxes....
    Thank you in advance-----
     
  2. I am also interested to finding answers to Yoho's questions!;-)

    From what I have read as always there is a mixed bag of reviews for the school.

    Am more concerned on the sort of salaries one can expect and the package to go along with it??
     

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