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Expat Community: Growing, with Bucharest and Cluj-Napoca being popular among expats for their dynamic economies and multicultural environments.
Cost of Living: Low compared to Western Europe, which is a major plus for expats and digital nomads seeking a high-quality but affordable lifestyle.

Quality of Life: Generally good, with significant improvements in urban infrastructure, healthcare, and education over recent years.

Ease of Settling In: Romanian is the official language. While it poses a challenge, the widespread use of English in business and among the younger population helps bridge communication gaps. Romanians are generally open and friendly to foreigners.

Work Opportunities: Robust in the IT and communications sector, with a growing presence of international companies. There are also emerging opportunities in real estate and services due to economic growth.