2,066,880
POPULATION

Population of Slovenia

Population of Slovenia.

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1,664.19 €
GROSS EARNINGS

Average monthly gross earnings

Average monthly earnings are average amounts received by the persons in paid employment by legal persons for the related month.

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5.9 %
UNEMPLOYMENT

Unemployment rate (LFS)

Unemployment rate represents unemployed persons as a percentage of the labour force.
The Labour Force Survey (LFS) is the most comprehensive official household survey in Slovenia. It is aimed to collect data on the situation and changes on the Slovenian labour market. It provides data on size, structure and characteristics of the Slovene labour force and inactive population.

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4.6 %
GDP GROWTH

Volume growth of GDP (compared to the same quarter of the previous year)

Real growth rate of GDP shows percentage change of GDP at constant prices between the current quarter of the year and the same quarter of the previous year.

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2.0 %
INFLATION

Inflation – annual inflation rate

Inflation is a general increase in prices, while the inflation rate shows the percentage increase in prices. In Slovenia inflation is measured with the consumer price index with which we measure changes in retail prices of goods and services from the point of view of the expenditure structure, which the resident population intends for final consumption at home and abroad.

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Population of Slovenia

Population of Slovenia.

Last news Table in database SI-STAT More from field Population

Average monthly gross earnings

Average monthly earnings are average amounts received by the persons in paid employment by legal persons for the related month.

Last news Table in database SI-STAT More from field Earnings and Labour Cost

Unemployment rate (LFS)

Unemployment rate represents unemployed persons as a percentage of the labour force.
The Labour Force Survey (LFS) is the most comprehensive official household survey in Slovenia. It is aimed to collect data on the situation and changes on the Slovenian labour market. It provides data on size, structure and characteristics of the Slovene labour force and inactive population.

Last news Table in database SI-STAT More from field Labour Market

Volume growth of GDP (compared to the same quarter of the previous year)

Real growth rate of GDP shows percentage change of GDP at constant prices between the current quarter of the year and the same quarter of the previous year.

Last news Table in database SI-STAT More from field GDP and National Accounts

Inflation – annual inflation rate

Inflation is a general increase in prices, while the inflation rate shows the percentage increase in prices. In Slovenia inflation is measured with the consumer price index with which we measure changes in retail prices of goods and services from the point of view of the expenditure structure, which the resident population intends for final consumption at home and abroad.

Last news Table in database SI-STAT More from field Prices and Inflation
Monday, June 18, 2018
The number of persons in employment up by 0.7% at the monthly and by 3.2% at the annual level
In April 2018 there were more than 869,300 persons in employment in Slovenia. The number of men in employment increased more than the number of women in employment (men by 0.8%, women by 0.6%).
Friday, June 15, 2018
Average earnings for April 2018 lower than earnings for March 2018, but higher than earnings for April 2017
Average gross earnings for April 2018 amounted to EUR 1,664.19; compared to gross earnings for March 2018 they were lower (in nominal terms by 0.4% and in real terms by 1.1%), while compared to gross earnings for April 2017 they were higher (in nominal terms by 4.6% and in real terms by 3.1%).
Thursday, June 14, 2018
In 2017 at-risk-of-poverty rate slightly lower (13.3%), at-risk-of-poverty threshold higher than in 2016
In 2017 the at-risk-of-poverty rate (13.3%) and the at-risk-of-poverty or social exclusion rate (17.1%) were lower than in 2016, the former by 0.6 and the latter by 1.3 percentage points. The annual at-risk-of-poverty threshold increased by EUR 232, i.e. to EUR 7,628 or EUR 636 per month.
Tuesday, May 29, 2018
In 2017/18, too, more basic school pupils and fewer upper secondary school students than in previous years
In the past school year 86,700 children were attending kindergartens, 181,300 were attending basic school and 73,800 were attending upper secondary school. In addition to school, 25,800 of them were also attending music school.
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Monday, June 18, 2018
The number of persons in employment up by 0.7% at the monthly and by 3.2% at the annual level
In April 2018 there were more than 869,300 persons in employment in Slovenia. The number of men in employment increased more than the number of women in employment (men by 0.8%, women by 0.6%).
Monday, June 18, 2018
New in SI-STAT: Performance of enterprises by activity, Slovenia, 1st-4th quarter 2017 - final data
We are publishing final data on performance of enterprises by activity in Slovenia for the period from 1st to 4th quarter of 2017 on the SI-STAT Data Portal.
Monday, June 18, 2018
Investments in manufacturing represented 4% of net sales revenues
In transportation and storage operating revenues were 11% higher than operating expenses.
Friday, June 15, 2018
New in SI-STAT: Exports and imports of goods, detailed data, 2017 – final data
Detailed data on exports and imports of goods for the period from January to December 2017 are published in the SI-STAT Database.
Friday, June 15, 2018
Construction costs for new residential buildings in the first quarter of 2018 lower than in the previous one
In the first quarter of 2018 construction costs for new residential buildings in Slovenia were lower than in the previous quarter and higher than in the first quarter of 2017.
Friday, June 15, 2018
Average earnings for April 2018 lower than earnings for March 2018, but higher than earnings for April 2017
Average gross earnings for April 2018 amounted to EUR 1,664.19; compared to gross earnings for March 2018 they were lower (in nominal terms by 0.4% and in real terms by 1.1%), while compared to gross earnings for April 2017 they were higher (in nominal terms by 4.6% and in real terms by 3.1%).
Friday, June 15, 2018
In April 2018, 50% more passengers in port traffic than a year ago
In April 2018, almost 7,200 passengers were recorded in Slovenian ports; 80% of them were cruise passengers.
Friday, June 15, 2018
The value of construction put in place 9.8% higher than in March 2018 and 12.3% higher than in April 2017
The value of construction put in place in April 2018 was higher than in the previous month and higher than a year ago.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
In Slovenia fewer buildings and more dwellings completed in 2017 than in 2016
In 2017, almost 6,600 buildings were completed, 2% fewer than in 2016. In 2017, 3,044 dwellings were completed, 2% more than in 2016. Most dwellings were completed in Ljubljana (188), followed by Vrhnika (114) and Bled (95).
Thursday, June 14, 2018
The prices of agricultural products in April 2018 on average 2.8% higher than in April 2017
In April 2018 the prices of agricultural products were on average 2.8% higher than in April 2017. The prices of crop products increased on average by 7.8% and the prices of animals and animal products by 1.0%.  
Thursday, June 14, 2018
The value of roundwood purchased in April 2018 15% higher than in April 2017
Roundwood purchased from private owners in April 2018 was worth EUR 6.2 million; the value was more than 55% higher than in the previous month and 15% higher than in April 2017.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Dwelling conditions the same; the households make ends meet more easily
The dwelling conditions of households stayed about the same as in 2016. More households than in 2016 made ends meet easily or very easily. On average people were satisfied with their lives as a whole and more people could afford one-week holidays. 
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