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Becoming a tour guide.

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Someone else had posted in a forum on this site about becoming a tour guide.
I am currently going to school in New York as a advertising design major. However, I am engaged to a man from Torino Italy. We have been trying to decide where we will live. It is currently looking like he wants to try to stay in Italy. I am learning Italian and spend summers there for the past few years. I am wondering if this might be an option as a job for me over there once we are married. Does anyone have an information or advice? We are not a really young couple ( in our late 30's ) so I do have some work experience. I have worked quite a bit in the service industry so I am good at working with the public.

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