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Pete115
1/16/2013 08:37 EST

I have offered job from Bucharest and salary would be around 4500ron/month. Is this kindof salary enought to support good lifestyle there or is it just enought to survive?

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Dan1966
5/13/2014 12:51 EST

Hi Pete,
Although I don't live in Romania, I have traveled a few times to Bucharest and know a little about the life there. In order to maintain a western lifestyle, which I assume you are accustomed to, in Bucharest you will probably need about 2000Euros per month. You should expect to pay between 500-700Euros rent for a nicer apartment in the central part of town (Calea Victoria Dorbanti, or Hilton Hotel areas). The food is also relatively expensive; not a bargain anymore. For a nice meal in a nice restaurant you will pay only 25% less than in a similar restaurant in Paris or London. The only way you make ends meet on a 1000Euros budget, is to live like a Romanian, meaning that you will buy food from grocery stores or market and prepare your own meals; entertaining yourself in front of your TV or laptop and go out to clubs or restaurants only on special occasions. Public transportation is the only item that is substantially less expensive than most European capitals; the metro and taxis are insanely cheap compared with London. If I were in your place, I would try to negotiate a better deal or have the company provide for housing, offer additional vacation days, something to sweeten the pot. Good luck!

AngieL
5/13/2014 02:43 EST

150 Euros rent? You are lucky. We are in Constanta and we pay way more rent for an apartment, way more.

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