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Under the communist regime, the country was industrialized and "modernized", and people came from rural areas to urban areas.The communist new ideology and economy integrated women in paid employment - in the late 1970s, Bulgaria had the highest percentage of working women in the world.Nevertheless, the exact involvement in the labour force is quite difficult to determine, due to the presence of the unregulated informal sector.According to World Bank, women in 2014 made up 46.6% of the total labour force, pretty much the same as in 1990 (47.9%).
In 1996, fewer than 14 percent of postsocialist parliamentary representatives have been women, and only one in five municipal councilors were women in that year.
After the fall of communism, the legal and social pressure to get married has declined, and the population has started to experience new life styles.
Legally, Bulgaria has long recognized the equality of men and women in family law.
While marriage was traditionally very important in Bulgaria, there has been a rapid increase in unmarried cohabitation after the fall of communism.
The transition from communism to market economy had a great impact on the demographic behavior of the population.