First European Quality of Life Survey: Quality of life in Bulgaria and Romania

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23 Novembris 2006
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This report examines quality of life from the unique perspective of the two acceding countries, Bulgaria and Romania. The historical, political, socioeconomic and cultural contexts of these two countries have meant that their experiences are often quite different to those of the EU Member States.Read more

This report examines quality of life from the unique perspective of the two acceding countries, Bulgaria and Romania. The historical, political, socioeconomic and cultural contexts of these two countries have meant that their experiences are often quite different to those of the EU Member States. In an attempt to identify the similarities and differences between these two countries and the EU25, the report explores key aspects of quality of life in Bulgaria and Romania, namely – their economic situation, housing and the local environment, employment, education and skills, household structure and family relations, work–life balance, health and healthcare, subjective wellbeing, and the perceived quality of society.
 

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    First European Quality of Life Survey: Quality of life in Bulgaria and Romania

    This report examines quality of life from the unique perspective of the two acceding countries, Bulgaria and Romania. The historical, political, socioeconomic and cultural contexts of these two countries have meant that their experiences are often quite different to those of the EU Member States. In an attempt to identify the similarities and differences between these two countries and the EU25, the report explores key aspects of quality of life in Bulgaria and Romania, namely – their economic situation, housing and the local environment, employment, education and skills, household structure and family relations, work–life balance, health and healthcare, subjective wellbeing, and the perceived quality of society.

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