“I had no food in Ireland” – Courier del Umbria

"I had no food in Ireland" - Courier del Umbria

Marco Gonzalez And Foggia But living for a year Milano. The 36-year-old works for a telecommunications company. After studying Federico II of Naples He graduated with a degree in telecommunications engineering and lived almost Five years in Dublin. Its heroes include a young engineer “Returned”, Created web seriesAgency 9 Cologne With support Directorate General for Overseas Migration Policies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.

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“I was 29 years old when I left, and I may have lost some weight – Says Marco – I wanted to grow professionally and I am sure an experience abroad will allow you to do so. What have I lost the most in Ireland? Definitely food, but as a good Southerner I did not miss the classic ‘Pack from Down Down’ with all the benefits of my mother’s Apulian cuisine ”.

Returnees, Lucia Corno in the web series 9 Cologne and Farnesina: Research is also possible in Milan

“Drag Italy It definitely made it easier – Marco concludes – From the opportunity to avail the tax benefits provided by the Italian State for those who decide to return to Italy after gaining work experience abroad. If all the ‘running’ brains around the world come back they can make a huge contribution to our country.

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