Graphic and multimedia designers
Philosophers, historians and political scientists
Translators, interpreters and other linguists
Administrative and executive secretaries
Bank tellers and related clerks
Telephone switchboard operators
Clerks in tourism and travel agencies
Machine tool operators
Heavy truck and trailer drivers
On 1 January 2020 Slovenia had a population of 2,095,861 (1,051,066 men and 1,044,795 women) or 15,000 more than a year earlier.
By the spring of 2020 Slovenia’s growth rate was mainly between 3% and 5%. The large integration of the Slovenian economy in foreign markets was even more pronounced than before. In the first quarter of 2020, GDP was 2.3% lower than in the same period a year before. In the first quarter of 2020, at the end of which the COVID-19 epidemic broke out, foreign and domestic demand declined. Domestic demand had a larger impact on GDP decline.
The impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on the labour market was not yet detected in the 1st quarter of 2020. The labour market was still in good condition. The ILO unemployment rate was 4.6%, 0.3 of a percentage point lower than in the same period a year ago. In last months the unemployment is incresing.
Average gross earnings for April 2020 amounted to EUR 1,937.21. Compared to gross earnings for March 2020 they were higher in nominal terms by 10.2% and in real terms by 11.2%.
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