Argentina

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  • Type of activity to be carried out in Argentina • Profession
  • Level of education
  • Marital status
  • Name of organisation(s) to be contacted
  • Business card
  • Consular fee (check with the local Consulate of Argentina for updated fee information)
These procedures should take from 2 to 6 months. Make sure you plan your stay in Argentina well in advance.

> FINDING A JOB

Finding a job in Argentina is a little bit of a problem. Especially now after the economic crisis they went through in December 2001 (with which they are still trying to cope).  
You can check the websites we recommend in our “Useful Websites” section in this page. They present a wide variety of jobs in Argentina, most of which call for English-speaking people.  
Another way of looking for a job is browsing through national papers. The most popular newspapers are listed in our “Local papers” section.  
Some knowledge of Spanish might be useful, but not completely necessary if you will be working in an international organisation. Nevertheless, it might help you to get by in every day situations.

> USEFUL LINKS

BUMERAN: www.bumeran.com
LABORUM: www.laborum.com
LABORIS: www.laboris.net
COMPUTRABAJO: www.computrabajo.com
TROVIT: http://empleo.trovitargentina.com.ar/

> LOCAL PAPERS

BUENOS AIRES HERALD (English): www.buenosairesherald.com
CLARÍN: www.clarin.com
LA NACIÓN: www.lanacion.com.ar

> FOR MORE INFORMATION

EMBASSY OF ITALY (ARGENTINA)
Billinghurst 2577 1425 Buenos Aires - Argentina
Tel: +54 1 802 0071/4 -
Fax: +54 1 804 4914

EMBASSY OF ARGENTINA (ITALY)

Piazza dell'Esquilino 2 - 00185 Rome – ITALY
Tel: +39 06 474 2551
Fax: +39 06 481 9787
Web: www.ambasciata-argentina.it
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