Annual inflation in 2012

Annual inflation in 2012

  Inflation in Bulgaria was 4.2% in 2012, which is second highest annual inflation since the beginning of the financial crisis, after in 2010 life was 4.5% more expensive compared to the previous year. The National Statistics Institute announced the new data today. In 2011

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IT Specialists and Pedagogues will be the most in demand careers

IT Specialists and Pedagogues will be the most in demand careers

Programmers will be in greatest demand during the next decade. This data is according to the ranking of WorldWideLearn online magazine. Next places are occupied by child teachers, elderly people assistants, HR specialists, ecology engineers, medical nurses. The next are management consultants, computer networks management

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Bulgarians are 12% richer than last year

Bulgarians are 12% richer than last year

The financial wealth of households increased with 12% on an annual basis and reached almost 41.8 bln BGN at the end of June 2012, according to Unicredit Bulbank’s quarterly report. The increase in financial assets with around 945 mln. BGN during the second quarter is

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Inflation reached a 4-year high due to electricity and gas price hikes

  The increased electricity and natural gas prices have made the life of Bulgarians tangibly more expensive. In July inflation reached 3.1% on an annual basis, and 1.5% on a monthly basis, according to the National Statistics Institute. This is the highest annual inflation for

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Sofia University – First in Bulgaria and 681st in the World

Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” is the leading institution for higher education in Bulgaria according to the national ranking of universities, prepared by the European research organization Webometrics.   In the list Sofia University ranks 681st among 20, 000 universties from all over the world. The

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The minimum support for a single person per month

In order to have a normal life, every Bulgarian needs 547 BGN per month. This information is according to a study by the Institute for social and syndical studies of the Confederation of Independent Trade-Unions in Bulgaria (CITUB) for the period April – June 2012.

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The unemployment in Bulgaria will remain above 12%

  The unemployment in Bulgaria will remain above 12% at least for the next two years as well, the real income will in any case grow at a slow pace and even if the government increases the budget deficit, this will probably not be enough

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Qualified staff from abroad

11% of employers in Bulgaria are looking for qualified people outside the country. These are the results of a study of Manpower Bulgaria’s workforce “Borderless Workforce research”. According to the survey the engineers, who come mainly from Germany and Britain are very attractive to the

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Positive tendencies on the labor market

In 2011 an increase by 23% of published positions was reported for the first time since 2008 according to Jobs.bg’ manager Plamen Voushev during a press conference on: “What is Jobs.bg and how it works? Data of the largest media career in Bulgaria Jobs.bg show

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4,5 % Less Employed Per Year

About 45,5% of the population of Bulgaria who are above 15 years old have work. Data of the National Statistical Institute show that the percentage of employed people is reduced with about 4,5% per yearly base. It is down to 2,94 million people for the

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