On holidays, Sanghe visits Bucharest. She doesn’t shop because she sends home almost all the money she earns.

Sanghe has two friends who work at a restaurant in a mall. Maesh is 33 years old, married and has two children. He has already learned a few words in Romanian.

“I like sarmale. We make burgers. We have salad, cucumbers, tomatoes. I make bread, ”he says.

His brother is free and received us in the room where we both live in Romania.

“This is my bed, this is my brother’s bed. Here is the kitchen ”, describes our home.

Three other Nepalese arrived in Romania for two days. They will cook for a chain of supermarkets in Bucharest.

“Before I came here I got married. I have family in Nepal. Wife, sister, parents, grandparents. They all live in the same house, ”says the man.

“It’s better than I expected. She is my wife. We came here together, “says another Nepali.

These people earn in Nepal around $ 200 per month. In Romania, their salary is 3-4 times higher. The state obliges employers to offer the average wage on the economy to unskilled workers. Employers are willing to give them, in some cases, higher salaries than Romanians, because in the last two years it has been difficult for them to find serious staff.

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The lack of Romanian workers, which has forced some entrepreneurs to recruit staff, including from the Philippines, as Profit.ro has announced since 2016, now determines the Romanian authorities to increase again, as last year, the number of foreign workers who can be registered on local market, just for this year. This time, the Government will double the maximum number of jobs allowed.

According to the Ordinance 25/2014 on employment and posting of aliens on the territory of Romania, the Government annually decides the quota for types of newly admitted workers, according to the labor migration policy and the labor market situation in Romania. Basically, the Romanian authorities determine every year how many foreign workers can be registered in the country. For this year, the approved quota is: permanent workers – 4,000 (compared to 3,000 last year, subsequently supplemented by another 2,000); posted workers – 1,200 (700 last year, subsequently supplemented by 1,000); persons transferred within the same company – 700; highly skilled workers – 500, seasonal workers – 400; trainee workers – 100; cross-border workers – 100.

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