Population of Slovenia

Population of Slovenia.

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Average monthly gross earnings

Average monthly gross earnings are average monthly amounts paid out to persons in paid employment by legal persons for working full time, part time, overtime and non-refunded wage compensation from employer’s resources.

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Unemployment rate (LFS)

Unemployment rate represents unemployed persons as a percentage of the labour force (unemployed and employed persons combined).

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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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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.

Latest release More from field Prices and Inflation Table in the database

Population of Slovenia

Population of Slovenia.

Latest release More from field Population Table in the database Interactive map display

Average monthly gross earnings

Average monthly gross earnings are average monthly amounts paid out to persons in paid employment by legal persons for working full time, part time, overtime and non-refunded wage compensation from employer’s resources.

Latest release More from field Earnings and Labour Cost Table in the database

Unemployment rate (LFS)

Unemployment rate represents unemployed persons as a percentage of the labour force (unemployed and employed persons combined).

Latest release More from field Labour Market Table in the database

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.

Latest release More from field GDP and National Accounts Table in the database

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.

Latest release More from field Prices and Inflation Table in the database
LATEST RELEASES
Friday, 24 March 2023
Sentiment indicator lower again
The sentiment indicator deteriorated in March at both levels: monthly by 0.3 of a percentage point and annual by 2.7 percentage points.
Friday, 24 March 2023
Only confidence in services improved
At the monthly level, the value of the confidence indicator increased in services and decreased in retail trade, construction, and manufacturing. At the annual level, too, the indicator increased in services, while it decreased in other sectors.
Friday, 24 March 2023
Domestic tourists stayed mostly in health (spa) resorts and foreign in mountain resorts
In February, tourist accommodation establishments recorded 282,000 tourist arrivals and 792,000 overnight stays, which is 14% more than a year ago. They spent most nights in municipality Kranjska Gora, the only one with over 100,000 overnight stays, followed by Ljubljana, Bohinj and Piran.
Friday, 24 March 2023
Producer prices of animal products higher than a year before
Producer prices of agricultural products were on average 24.5% higher than a year before. The prices of animal products and cereals went up the most.
Friday, 24 March 2023
Agricultural input prices higher
Agricultural input prices were slightly higher than in the previous month, while at the annual level they were higher by 15.0%. Prices went up in the majority of groups.
Friday, 24 March 2023
Dwelling prices higher than a year earlier, the number of sales down by a tenth
In 2022, dwelling prices increased by 11.3% over the previous year. It is the second largest price increase in recent years. About a tenth fewer transactions were recorded than a year earlier. The number of transactions of existing flats decreased the most in Ljubljana.
Friday, 24 March 2023
28% of domestic tourists made a private trip
In the observed period, residents of Slovenia aged 15 or more made around 1.2 million tourist trips, the majority of them private. More trips abroad were made than in the same period of 2021.
Thursday, 23 March 2023
The public choice award of the sixth European Statistics Competition
The Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia is organising the public voting for the best research paper prepared by the upper secondary school pupils from Slovenia.  
Thursday, 23 March 2023
The value of the consumer confidence indicator slightly higher at the monthly and at the annual level
Consumer confidence is slowly improving at the beginning of the year, but remains at low levels. Expectations regarding price movements in the near future are decreasing.
Thursday, 23 March 2023
Operating efficiency ratio and export orientation indicator the lowest in 2022
In the 4th quarter of 2022, the operating efficiency ratio at the total level of NACE activities was 104%, the lowest in the last two years. The export orientation indicator was 45%, the lowest since the 4th quarter of 2021. Investments in net sales revenues were the highest in the last three years.
Wednesday, 22 March 2023
Average earnings slightly lower than earnings for December 2022
Average gross earnings for January 2023 amounted to EUR 2,144.72 and were lower than earnings for December 2022 in nominal terms by 0.7% and in real terms by 0.9%.
Tuesday, 21 March 2023
Mother’s Day 2023
There were about 700,000 mothers in Slovenia in 2021. At that time, 18,984 children were born, which is slightly more than the year before. Most children were born to mothers aged 30–34 (36%). The employment rate of mothers with three or more children was 80.6%, the highest in the EU-27.