Posted by Football Italian on November 17, 2018 06:17:00 An early retirement from the game of football in Italy has been the dream of many for a number of people.
The problem with this is that while most of us are enjoying the game at a time when our careers are booming, there are many other people out there who are struggling to make ends meet and are just barely able to find work.
The number of jobs available is still very low.
This means that a large number of those who are lucky enough to get a job will have to rely on what little is left of their former wages.
It has been reported that the salary of a football director in Italy is €250,000, which puts them below the €1m mark.
There are other problems, as well.
The average salary for a senior football executive in Italy at the end of 2018 was €2.5m, while that for a manager was €1.8m.
And if you consider that a football executive can earn up to €2m a year, that’s €2,000 per month less than the average wage in the country.
While there are a number companies that provide football managers with training, coaching and technical advice, they’re not a great option for many people who simply don’t have the money to do their own research and put together their own CV.
So, how do you make a living as a manager in Italy?
There are many ways to make a decent living in Italy.
It’s not that it’s impossible to do, but it requires the kind of investment you would make if you were an ordinary citizen.
You need to invest a certain amount of money in your business, or at least your business will pay you to invest it.
If you’re a start-up, you may need to hire an agent, which is free to start, but the fees you pay for it are often not very competitive.
For instance, in the first quarter of 2018, the company that manages the Cipollini Stadium was paying €500,000 a year to the owner of the company.
That’s less than half the €2 million a year that the company was earning in 2018.
There are other options available, however.
For instance, you can start as a general manager and make a small profit, then move up to become a chief executive officer or vice-president, where you will also earn a large amount of salary.
These positions are very lucrative, and a majority of them are held by managers.
If the business doesn’t survive the year, you’ll get a salary in the region of €2-3m a month, which gives you an incentive to keep on improving and improving.
If you have the right people, it can be very lucrative too.
In 2018, two prominent football managers earned a total of €5m and €3.5-3.6m respectively, but that was after they started at different levels.
They were both from the second division and managed in a different style.
One manager from Serie A, Andrea Agnelli, was a scout at the club and made a net profit of €6.5 million, while another was from the lower division, Francesco Totti.
The former was a former goalkeeper who made a profit of $5.2m.
As mentioned earlier, this is an average salary, so if you’re lucky enough, you might make a few hundred thousand euros per year, which would give you enough money to support yourself.
But you can’t expect to live off that.
The salary of the manager with the highest annual salary in Italy in 2018 was the Italian football manager Gianni Infantino.
The Italian media said that he was paid $10 million.
But this is only a percentage of his total income.
That is because Infantinos total income in 2018 came to just under $11.5 billion.
It’s easy to make an unrealistic salary, especially if you start your career as a footballer.
But as long as you stick to your principles and are willing to take risks, you should be able to make enough to be able pay your mortgage and buy your own home.
There’s no shortage of options for those who want to get into football management.
You could start as an assistant to a football club manager, or start as part of a coaching staff, or you could be a full-time manager.
But there are also a number jobs that are available that require some experience, or that are highly competitive.
If this is your first job, then it is advisable to take a look at the top five most popular careers for football managers.