http://www.novinite.com/view_news.php?id=78640Bulgaria is the youngest member of the European Union, yet it has the most grey-haired demographic picture, the latest survey showed. The number of working Bulgarians nearly equals the number of pensioners, who steadily exceed the number of babies born.
The burden on the social security system is getting heavier, experts say, but fail to provide solutions to the problems that this will trigger. The state may force people to retire a few years later, but this will hardly make up for the shortage of young workers. The social security system, in its turn, will fail to take care of the increasing numbers of pensioners.
The dynamics in demography has been the same for quite a time already and the figures are hardly debated in Bulgaria. And even if they were debated, it is unlikely that Bulgarians would start making babies because of statistics.
It is a rule, however, that the individual knows how to tackle the future, while the state as a whole does not. Small wonder another survey showed that Bulgarians are among the quickest to find their feet and adapt to new environment after moving to live in a EU member state. Sadly, at the expense of their national identity.
Не помаже им што су ушли у еу. Није ни много боље у Пољској и Румунији што се тиче економије. Бежаније има отприлике у истој количини. Јел то еуропеЈци чекају да Србија уђе у еу да би могла у бежанију па да раде најцрње послове на западу за мале паре?