A survey conducted by the European Commission revealed that 70 percent of Albanians are experiencing financial difficulties.
According to research conducted in 36 European countries, 70 percent of Albanians cannot make it to the end of the month with the wages they receive.
This rate was measured at 57 percent in Kosovo and 54 percent in Serbia, North Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In the survey, respondents were asked if their families’ salaries were sufficient until the end of the month.
Denmark’s best result, at 5 percent, was measured in the survey, with Albania leading at around 70 percent.
The country with the highest rate of economic hardship among the EU member states was Bulgaria, at 42 percent.
Source: Balkan News
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