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.

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Population of Slovenia

Population of Slovenia.

Last news Table in database SiStat More from field Population

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.

Last news Table in database SiStat More from field Earnings and Labour Cost

Unemployment rate (LFS)

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

Last news Table in database SiStat 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 SiStat 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 SiStat More from field Prices and Inflation
LATEST RELEASES
Monday, 16 May 2022
GDP at the annual level up by 9.8%
High economic growth was a consequence of higher domestic demand as well as external demand. Imports increased more than exports, so the contribution of external trade balance to GDP growth was negative.
Monday, 16 May 2022
In all modes of transport more passengers than a year ago
Buses and trains carried more passengers than in March 2021. Airport passenger traffic also increased. 
Monday, 16 May 2022
In 2021, energy dependency of Slovenia was 2 percentage points higher than in the previous year
Domestic energy resources covered 53% of domestic energy needs; the petroleum products were fully supplied from imports. 
Friday, 13 May 2022
Agricultural input prices continues to grow
In March 2022, the agricultural input prices were on average 5.6% higher than in February 2022, while in the first quarter of 2022 they were 6.2% higher than in the fourth quarter of 2021. At the monthly level again the highest price increases were recorded in the group fertilizers.
Friday, 13 May 2022
Energy in Slovenia and the EU-27
Of total available energy in Slovenia, in 2020 the largest share was that of petroleum products (33.0%), followed by nuclear energy (23.2%). At that time, Slovenia covered 55.5% of its energy needs with domestic energy sources, while the rest was imported. 
Friday, 13 May 2022
At the monthly level, the value of purchased roundwood up by almost half
In March 2022, EUR 8.8 million of roundwood was purchased from private owners in Slovenia, which is about 46% more than in the previous month and 8% more than a year ago.
Friday, 13 May 2022
Annual production of poultry meat down, of bovine, pig, sheep and goat meat up
In 2021, poultry meat production decreased, while bovine, pig, sheep and goat meat production increased over the previous year. The production of milk and hen’s eggs went up and of honey down. As 2020 was in various ways different than the years before, we also made a comparison with 2019.
Friday, 13 May 2022
Producer prices of agricultural products higher both in March and in the first quarter
In March 2022, producer prices of agricultural products were on average a fifth higher than a year before. The value of agricultural products was 17.5% higher at the annual level and 23.6% higher at the monthly level.
Friday, 13 May 2022
The value of construction put in place down at the monthly and up at the annual level
The value of construction put in place in March 2022 was 7.8% lower than in the previous month and 12.3% higher than a year ago.  
Thursday, 12 May 2022
The highest job vacancy rate was in construction
In the 1st quarter of 2022, 24,600 job vacancies were recorded, which is again the highest value so far. The job vacancy rate also reached the highest level so far, it was of 3%. In construction it was 7.6%, which is more than twice as high as the Slovenian average.
Thursday, 12 May 2022
Most irrigation water obtained from surface water sources
In 2021, 4,660 hectares of land in Slovenia were irrigated, which is 17.7% more than a year earlier. For irrigation 2.78 million m3 of water was used: 1.66 million m3 from the Donava basin and 1.12 milion m3 from the Adriatic sea basin.
Thursday, 12 May 2022
ICT usage among 65–74-year-olds mostly below the EU-27 average
In the first quarter of 2021, 31% of 65–74-year-olds never used the Internet and 45% were without digital skills. 48% conducted health related activities over the Internet, 27% used e-banking and 25% purchased online.