Romania is the twelfth-largest country in Europe and is well-known for the forested region of Transylvania, which is ringed by the Carpathian Mountains. The country has a freedom score of 67.1, making it the 47th freest country in 2022. The main GDP contributors in Romania are the services and the tourism industry.
Bucharest, Cluj, Timisoara, Iasi, and Constanta
Project manager, HR manager, Software engineer, and IT professionals
World : 847
World : 974
World : 1102
World : 1238
World : 1337
The salary data of Romania for some of the common jobs are mentioned below;
|Job Title||Average Monthly Salary (RON)||Average Monthly Salary (USD)|
|Financial Manager||17,100 RON||3752 USD|
|General Manager||15,000 RON||3291 USD|
|Business Development Manager||13,300 RON||2918 USD|
|Financial Analyst||10,700 RON||2348 USD|
|Business Analyst||10,400 RON||2282 USD|
|Project Manager||9,450 RON||2073 USD|
The payroll cycle is monthly in Romania.
The current minimum wage in Romania is RON3,000.00 per month.
In Romania, overtime is basically compensated by providing the employee on working days with leaves for the overtime hours worked. If not, the employer must provide 75% of the base salary.
There is no statutory law for 13-month pay in Romania.
|Pension||4% or 8% based on working condition|
A flat rate of 10% is the Employer Personal Income Tax.
In Romania, the standard rate of VAT is 19%.
According to Romanian Law, both parties can terminate the contract based on mutual consent or by notice. However, the employer can terminate the contract only based on objective dismissal grounds or economic dismissal grounds.
The notice period in Romania is 30 days.
In Romania, there is no statutory law for severance pay.
An individual can be given a visa if they are a member of the supervisory or member of the board in Romanian companies. However, if the individual is from an EU country, only a work permit is required. The work permit is valid for one year for normal employees and two years for highly skilled employees.