Denitsa Bogdanska


The labor cost as income earned by the worker must provide the means for the workers existence and his family's sustenance. Life support is a variable that is influenced by a number of factors, and whether the workers are satisfied with what they receive can be seen from the answers to the questions from the survey conducted with them.


salary; labor cost; labor market; labor forcе

JEL Codes: J2, J3, M54


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