Living in El Salvador
Nayib Bukele approval rating. See the Latest Poll Results
According to all the surveys, President Nayib Bukele’s approval rating is over 75 percent since becoming president in June 2019. In all the surveys conducted since taking office, Bukele has received a rating or score of over 75 percent. Bukele’s approval rating is one of … Read more
President Nayib Bukele Security Plan. “Territorial Control Plan”
President Nayib Bukele security plan or Territorial control plan has seven phases; the first phase focuses on gaining control of the Salvadoran territory. Bukele’s other three phases’ objectives are the social reconstruction of communities, the modernizing of the police, and the incursion of police and army personal into gang-controlled areas. Phase one of Nayib Bukele … Read more
Transportation in El Salvador. What you Need to Know!
The best modes of transportation in El Salvador are driving, taking taxis, shuttles, uber’s, and public transportation. Nonetheless, the best way of getting around El Salvador changes depending on your starting location or final destination. These forms of transportation have good and bad reasons for using or not using them; it will be up to … Read more
Water Pollution in El Salvador. Getting Worse Every Year
The water pollution in El Salvador is getting worse every year. A 2020 report by the Salvadoran Ministry of the Environment revealed that 71% of Salvadoran river waters are qualified as bad, and 7.4% as poor. The country has less drinkable water due to the contamination of rivers, lakes, ponds, streams, and wells. Every year … Read more
Cost of Living in El Salvador. How Expensive is it to Live in El Salvador?
The cost of living in El Salvador for a family of four, without rent, ranges from $1,000 to $2000. However, these ranges can go as low as $600 or higher than $2000. Circumstances such as living location and individual needs have a significant impact on determining the total cost. El Salvador’s cost of living for … Read more
Living in El Salvador. Top Reasons for Moving to El Salvador
Living in El Salvador is an excellent option; every year, many people from different nations choose to make El Salvador their new home. Life in El Salvador is a unique and attractive experience worth exploring. Moving to El Salvador is a good option mainly because of the excellent tropical weather, the low cost of living, … Read more
Minimum Wage in El Salvador for All Sectors
El Salvador’s minimum wage is $365.00 a month for the commerce, industrial, and service sector; $359.16 for the Maquila, manufacturing, and textile sector; $272.66 for the Coffee mill and Sugar cane harvesting coffee workers; and $243.46 for the agriculture, and coffee or cotton harvesting sector. According to Salvadoran authorities, El Salvador’s minimum wage increase of … Read more