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PostSubject: Bulgarian Engineers, Doctors, Cooks, Most Likely to Head for   Thu Jan 06, 2011 4:04 pm

Bulgarian Engineers, Doctors, Cooks, Most Likely to Head for Germany

Bulgarian engineers, doctors, cooks and waitresses have the highest chances to find legal employment in Germany, officials have said, citing German data about the available vacancies on the labour market.

A total of 150,000 seasonal workers from Bulgaria, Romania and Croatia will be able to head this year for Germany, a quota that Bulgarian officials find to be sufficient as it is up by 40,000 over the previous year.

Four years after they joined the EU, Bulgarian nationals must still obtain permits before they can work in any of the ten other partner nations, including Germany, despite freedom of movement being a founding European principle.

Bulgarian job seekers can get a work permit in Germany only if the employer proves their pay and working conditions won't be worse than that of a German employee with the same skills.

Foreigners, who have worked in Germany after they were promised a legal job, have the right to file a complaint in court and seek their pay even if they have worked illegally, that is without a work permit and without paying taxes or insurances.

In most of the cases however the Bulgarian workers do not sign a written contract and arrive in Germany following a word-of-mouth recruiting, which includes negotiations about the pay per hour and the rent of the place, where the workers are accommodated.

Then they find themselves sharing a single densely packed grotty room and work long hours only to be left high and dry when their, usually Bulgarian, employers vanish into thin air a few months later.

Bulgarian politicians have recently renewed their calls for an open door labour market in the ten older member states, including Germany, that still impose restrictions for job-seekers from the country and its northern neighbour Romania.

Sofia says it does not expect all countries to lift the restrictions to their labour markets simultaneously, but wants to draw the public attention to the issue and pile up pressure on these countries.

The restrictions can be kept for another two years, until 2013, if the countries present evidence to back up their claims that the Bulgarian and Romanian job-seekers are a burden for their labour markets.

German analysts have commented that after the restrictions are lifted, there will be a discrimination of a different sort – the pay for the Germans may fall to the levels, which are just enough to lure Eastern Europeans.

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PostSubject: Re: Bulgarian Engineers, Doctors, Cooks, Most Likely to Head   Mon Jan 24, 2011 10:21 am

From Novinite

Twice More Bulgarians Found Jobs in EU 2011

The number of Bulgarians who have found jobs in other EU countries has doubled in 2010 year on year, according to the country's Employment Agency.

In 2010, 4 500 Bulgarian citizens have found jobs in different EU member states through the National Employment agency compared with just 2 700 in the previous year.

The numbers cited by the agency show how many Bulgarians have found jobs in other EU states using the European Job Mobility Portal (EURES). The statistical data does not take into account those who have seized job opportunities due to their own initiative or illegally.

According to Eurostat data from January 2011, Bulgaria is the country with the third largest number of immigrants in the European Union. In 2008, from which the data was gathered, the EU member states received 91 000 Bulgarian citizens.
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