Dear departure, how much is it?

I’m five days away from my departure to Walt Disney World and I find myself thinking about how much Disney-World-10money I had to spend to leave Italy. Yep, ’cause leaving isn’t free… besides the different bureaucratic costs, want it or not, at a certain point you will have to shell out some money for trains, hotels, meals, etc. If you are considering the idea to move to the most magical place on Earth, I think it will be very useful for you to know how much you have to plan to cough up, from the moment when you send your resume to the moment when you will be resting your butt on the plane destination Florida.

Before starting, please bear in mind that what follows only reflects my personal experience (it comes without saying that, for example, people living in Milan or Rome won’t have to spend money for trains and hotels in order to hold the interview).

Okay, here we go!

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I’m dreaming (?) …

“Miss, your resume is good but do you have experiences abroad? Do you speak english language very well? What level do you have? Certifications?”

HR People asked me that a lot of times, during telephone interviews or face-to-face, or in web form to send my resume.

laureaYeah sure, I’ve a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree and another one of specialization I will finished in February, 7 years working as shopassistant – hostess – educator – HRgeneralist – assistantstoremanager. But seems everybody always wants something you don’t have.. They want perfect english skills, a second language even, an excellent both professional and academic background, they want certifications, you’ve a lot of experiences and a strong personality when you’re 23 years old, 26, 28.

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