The average income for the year in the northern part is not neighboring fell to 4267 euros, in our country is 4612 euros
Bulgarian evenings are not the poorest people in the Union. Romanians prevent you by receiving Eurostat data on the danger of poverty and social exclusion for 2020.
As part of the people at risk of poverty and social exclusion, 33.6%. There is a slight impression compared to the previous year, when this share was bil 33.2%.
of the population. In addition, in the northern part or in the vicinity of this place, the average salary begins to fall and according to the latest Eurostat data, the average annual income of a Romanian is 4267 euros, while in Bulgaria it is 4612 euros.
Regarding the danger of poverty, there is a tendency in two Balkan countries within the union in the last two years against each other – to prove that the share of the poor is increasing in our country, in Romania, which will cope in 2019 was 36 , 3%.
The deterioration in Bulgaria is increasing with the pandemic, as in the long run there is a fairly strong reduction in the actions of the poor. In 2015 in our country
There is a worsening of the situation in 2020 throughout the European Union. 96.5 million Europeans or 21.9% of the population live at risk of social exclusion. A year earlier, this share was 21.1%. In 2015, almost every Thursday a European lived in this risk – 24%.
Curiously, at the other pole in terms of poverty, as opposed to that in Bulgaria and Romania, also in three social welfare states – the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia. For example, in the Czech Republic
only 11.5% of
In large economies such as Germany, France, Italy, the share of this settlement is high, in Germany, for example, it is 23%.
The difference is not only between individual pages, but also between the regions in them. In Eastern Europe, the risk of poverty increases for living in rural areas. In Western Europe, the opposite is true – in cities there is often a risk of social exclusion, which is significant, taking into account Eurostat data.
Basically, the type of family in which a person lives is observed everywhere at the same time. Single people, especially those with children, are often at risk of social exclusion. For example, 42% of single-parent households with an unsuitable child with poverty. The percentage of elderly people living is also high.
Employment status is also the only major factor that has determined Europeans to fall into this risk group. Compared to the data in 2020
are at risk
and social exclusion, as well as 19.2% of retirees. The same applies to 66.2% of unemployed Europeans.
The comparison between Bulgaria and Romania in terms of employment and unemployment compensation reviews the relevant trends as well as the actions of the poor. In Romania, 65.6% of people of working age have a job, added in Bulgaria – 68.5%. But in Bulgaria, the average grade to give people a job is 6.4, he added in Romania – 7.2 on a 10-point scale.
He also agrees with regard to housing conditions. The Romanians definitely
from the Bulgarians
– 45.1% of Romanians live in homes that do not have a separate room for each person over the age of 18, adding to Bulgaria in this situation with 39.5% of the population. However, the Romanians are more satisfied with the living conditions, which is why they are given an average score of 7.4, we accept the Bulgarians-6 on a 10-point scale