Romanian Worker in France

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Romanian worker in France

France and Romania are closely linked by their economic ties (with over 4,000 companies under majority French ownership, mainly in retail, automotive and aeronautics) and the presence of major industrial groups such as Renault, Carrefour, Auchan, Leroy Merlin, and Airbus Helicopters. The French investment in Romania is also reflected in high-value-added industrial partnerships in areas such as the aerospace and energy sectors. Go here

As for the medical profession, the influx of Romanian doctors has become an essential component of the French healthcare system, especially in hospitals and specialties that are disdained by local physicians (in rural or deprived urban settings or in psychiatric hospitals inherited from old lunatic asylums). The high level of professional motivations, social expectations and personal links with Romania that many interviewed physician-migrants express explains their willingness to accept harsh working conditions.

Success Stories: Inspiring Tales of Romanian Workers Thriving in France

D.D. is a Roma man in his early 20s who moved to France with his family when he was 10. Since then, he has made a living by helping travelers work the ticket, snapshot and candy machines at Paris’ Gare du Nord or lesser rail stations. This work enables him to meet his family’s needs and to save money for the future. He is proud of his migrant status, and he says that he never intended to return to Buzescu, his hometown in south central Romania, notorious for wealthy Roma engaged in organized crime. He is convinced that a real solution to his family’s situation can only be found in Europe.

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