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Pandemic sets back Italian women's long fight for jobs

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ROME – One of hundreds of thousands of women in Italy who lost jobs in the pandemic, Laura Taddeo has a masters degree in tourism, speaks fluent English and Spanish and some Arabic, too.

Her contract as a tour operator with a high-end Italian hotel company expired in May, just as COVID-19 travel restrictions were crippling tourism, and it wasn’t renewed.

But whenever tourism does rebound, Taddeo, who cuts a confident figure, will brace for the job interview questions. “It’s not, ‘What have you studied?

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