With a population of 7.2 million (2015), the Bulgarian official unemployment rate in 2015 was 9.5 %, matching the collective European average. As a result it won’t be more difficult to find work here than in any other European country. Bulgaria has been a member of the EU since 2007 and hence work permits are required only for non EU citizens.
Despite the monthly minimum wage of 194.29 EUR (2015) and some of the lowest earnings per hour recorded in Europe, Bulgaria is still the place to go for foreign workers. In fact, it is also one of the cheapest countries in the EU (49% below the average) and was ranked 38th among the world’s 100 best countries to live in, according to Newsweek’s research.
There are many different ways to find a job in Bulgaria. Just Landed has compiled a comprehensive list to help you. Look at the following sections in the Bulgaria guide!