42.8% of the working poor in Bulgaria, or 129,990 people, do not have enough money for heating , shows an analysis of the European Trade Union Institute, announced by the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC). Bulgaria ranks second in the EU..
Our life was better before the coronavirus pandemic, although incomes were low, says a popular Bulgarian musician. We work less now, but we have to pay our water and electricity bills every month. Food prices went up and the price of some..
A working person in Bulgaria needs to receive a net salary of BGN 1,069 (EUR 547) to cover his/her living expenses, which include food, housing, education, healthcare, clothing, transport and communications. There are nearly 700,000 working..
On May 1, Bulgaria celebrates Labor Day. According to the trade unions in this country, issues related to the length of the working day and remuneration remain relevant in this country. CITUB President Plamen Dimitrov has told BNR that the..
In 2020, the poverty line for this country as a whole was 231 euros on average per household member a month. 1,659,900 people or 23.8% were below the poverty line, according to the National Statistical Institute. Compared to the..