Slovenia

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Where are the available workers?

  • Architects
  • Graphic and multimedia designers
  • Philosophers, historians and political scientists
  • Journalists
  • Translators, interpreters and other linguists
  • Administrative and executive secretaries
  • Bank tellers and related clerks
  • Telephone switchboard operators
  • Clerks in tourism and travel agencies

Where are the available jobs?

  • Technical engineers
  • ICT experts
  • Hotel receptionists
  • Cooks, waiters, bakers, confectioners
  • Hairdressers
  • Physiotherapists
  • Pharmacists
  • Doctors, nurses
  • Welders
  • Electro mechanics
  • Machine tool operators
  • Heavy truck and trailer drivers

Short overview of the labour market:

Slovenian tourism in numbers

In Slovenia in 2019, the total contribution of tourism to the gross domestic product (GDP) accounted for 12.3 % of the total GDP. The total number of people employed by the tourism industry in 2019 represents 12.3 % of all employment.

The number of international arrivals continued to rise. We have registered 6,2 million tourist arrivals and 15,7 overnight stays, which is 5 % more arrivals and 0,6 % more overnight stays compared to 2018.

The majority of registered overnight stays in Slovenia was due to tourists originating from Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, United Kingdom, Serbia and France.

Tourist overnight stays in 2019 were predominantly registered in mountain resorts (29 %), health (spa) resorts (22 %), seaside resorts (19 %), followed by the Municipality of Ljubljana (14 %).

Source: https://www.slovenia.info/en/press-centre/news-of-the-tourism-press-agency/11479-another-great-year-for-slovenian-tourism

To find out more about living and working in Slovenia, see the latest EURES brochure http://english.ess.gov.si/_files/12785/Living_and_working_Slovenia_last_25_9_2019.pdf

If you have any questions, we are here to help you. Feel free to chat with EURES Slovenia on 4 March 2020 from 10:00 to 15:00 (CET).

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