Romania (in Romanian: România) is a country is Southeastern Europe. It borders Moldova and Ukraine to the Northeast, Hungary and Serbia - to the west, and Bulgaria - to the South.
Surface area: 238,391 m2
Population: 19 401 658 (2019 г.)
Official language: Romanian
Bulgarian citizens, as well as all EU citizens, benefit from the principle of free movement within the EU. They can enter and reside in Romania for up to 3 months with a valid ID /ID or passport/. EU, EEA and Switzerland nationals wishing to stay in Romania for more than 3 months must obtain a registration certificate from the territorial division of the Directorate-General for Immigration.
Romania has become one of the fastest growing international destinations for foreigners in recent years. The country has a distinctive culture and identity, and the locals are very friendly to foreigners who move there to live and work. Romania's lifestyle is becoming more and more cosmopolitan, offering all the conveniences usually associated with the West.
In terms of costs of living, the food in Romania is relatively cheap, but the expenses for clothing, electronics and transportation are higher. Property and rental prices are also high, ranking Romania 19th in the world in 2019.
The average gross monthly salary in Romania in December of 2019 is 5465 RON (1445 euro) and the net salary is 3082 RON (about 648 euro). The highest net salary is in the IT sector - 7689 RON (1620 euro) followed by the oil and natural gas sector with an average net salary of 7018 RON (1475 euro) and coal mining - 6839 RON (1437 euro). The highest salaries are in the capital Bucharest and the second largest city - Cluj, with forecasts that Ploiesti will also soon join the top 3 cities with the highest salaries.
Foreigners, who want to work in Romania, have many opportunities for doing so. The country is growing in terms of production of telecommunications products, and the service sector plays an important role in the local economy. Key industries are mechanical engineering, energy, metalworking, textiles and the chemical industry, which are mainly targeted at international markets. The construction industry is constantly expanding and represents about 10% of GDP, which makes Romania increasingly attractive to foreign real estate investors. The production of Romanian car brands is also booming, and as far as information technology is concerned, Romania has an extremely large number of specialists in this sector, which places it at the forefront in Europe and the world.
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