I'm from Bulgaria and I'm thinking of moving to Italy. Already intrested in the language and culture. Just graduated college and can't see myself doing anything here. I want to experience something different. But I just have enough money to move and maybe pay a one month rent. So I have to find a fucking job there in order to survive. I searched online and seems like I have to go there and then find a job because noone wants to trust someone who lives miles away from them.
I'm thinking maybe working at a bar or something temporarily while I get better in Italian before I find a job in my line of work. (Media) but would they hire someone who just moved there and does not have a work or residency permit.
Is this possible? Do you have any experience in this?
Everyone tells me not to do it yet they dont give a logical reason not to.
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Greetings! I am Bulgarian too and I moved to the UK when I was 18 to study. Everyone told me not to do it and just like you had money for months rent and had to get a job to put myself through Uni... You guess what it absolutely worth it but that's because I had the courage and the emotional strengths to make it work.. A lot of the people I met here who were in the same situation could not take the pressure and went back home..
It is not easy.. It is damn scary when you are on your own but it is tremendous character building experience and I would NEVER change even a day of misery that I experiences after coming here as that made me who I am..
Getting a job in your field there with BG degree may be a challenge though but not impossible if you do your homework and know how to pull it off... Good luck!!1