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Hunting jobs are an increasingly popular career choice in Italy, with the number of job opportunities soaring since the economic crisis in 2008.

The main reasons for the surge are high salaries, the availability of suitable hunting locations and the low cost of living in the country. 

“We have now had an increase of more than 500,000 hunters in recent years, which is the fastest increase in the EU,” says Francesco Giannini, chief executive of the Italian Association of Hunting Clubs.

“The majority of hunters are young and unemployed, but we also know that hunting can be a very rewarding and fulfilling job, especially if you are a well-educated, dedicated hunter.”

The latest job opportunitiesThe number of hunting jobs in Italy has doubled in the last year, to almost 1.2 million, according to the latest job vacancy statistics released by the Italian government.

“The increase in hunters is due to the low wages, the quality of hunting and the number and variety of hunting sites in the area,” says Giannetti.

“It also has a lot to do with the availability and the willingness of the hunters to work.”

The majority are young, unemployed hunters from across the country, with a large proportion of them living in rural areas, according the Italian Chamber of Hunting Associations. 

A large proportion are working on small, family-owned and family-run hunting clubs, which are not subject to the same hunting regulations as larger hunting areas. 

Some hunting clubs also provide paid hunting jobs for people who have not completed their hunting career.

“We’ve also seen an increase in small, small-scale hunting.

There are about 700 small-sized hunting areas in Italy right now,” Giannucci says.

“In 2017 alone, we had around 2,000 of these, with some of these hunting areas doing well. 

As for the bigger hunting areas, there is a lot of space available.

The number of areas with a big area in the Alps is increasing and some areas in the north and south of the country are being developed.”

Hunting is an important part of Italian culture, and the hunting industry is also a source of pride and joy in the people of Italy,” he adds. 

Hunting jobs in EuropeHunting has been growing at a rapid rate in Italy since the 1980s, when the country was hit hard by the economic downturn, and it has remained a lucrative industry.

There were 1.6 million hunting jobs across Europe in 2015, according a study by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).

In 2015, the UK recorded a record number of hunt jobs, with almost 1 million hunters working in the UK, a figure that has increased slightly since the last economic crisis.

Hunting has also seen a resurgence in France, which has seen an estimated 1.3 million hunters in the past five years. 

Giannini says that while the UK is a relatively small country compared to Italy, hunting in France is a good example of the potential that exists in the European Union.”

There are many hunters who can’t afford to live on a small income, so they work in a small hunting lodge and they go to the local town for a day or two to hunt,” he says.”

In France, where hunting is an art form, the hunting community is very close-knit and there is also the support of a large community of hunters.

For example, the Italian Hunting Council estimates that there are around 1.5 million hunters across the Italian countryside, and there are also hunters who work in small towns and rural areas. “

There are a lot more hunting jobs than you might expect in Italy,” says Giannantoni. 

For example, the Italian Hunting Council estimates that there are around 1.5 million hunters across the Italian countryside, and there are also hunters who work in small towns and rural areas.

“I know hunters from all over the country who work at home, so I can’t say that they are all hunters,” Gannetti adds.

“They may work in an area, hunt in a quarry or in a field, but they also do other jobs in their spare time, which I believe is a common characteristic of many of these people,” he explains.

“These hunters are highly motivated and have good work habits.” 

“There is also an element of risk in hunting, as there are so many hunters involved in the hunting business and so many people in the community who support the sport.” 

There are also some very good opportunities in other parts of the world, like in Africa. 

According to Gianninis, the hunt is a popular hobby in countries like Zimbabwe, where the hunting season is shorter and there have been fewer deaths. 

It is also easier to hunt in Africa because of the lack of restrictions in these regions, which means that hunters are free to do what they want in the open.

“It is a little bit of a paradox because it is so much easier to do hunting in Africa compared to Europe,” he continues. 

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