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Slovenia

Slovenia lies between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea and offers its inhabitants a moderate climate, stunning green nature, rich culture and a delicious culinary experience.

According to the OECD Better Life Index, work-life balance, community and health are the qualities most cherished by those living in Slovenia. Most Slovenians claim to be satisfied with their lives, feel safe in their environment with low crime rates and also low CO2 exposures.

If you’re considering working in Slovenia, you’ll be happy to hear that over 90 % of Slovenians can speak a foreign language and over 70% of population can have a conversation in at least two foreign languages. Especially English, German and Italian are widely used.

Click here to see the list of some of the most reputable companies and research institutes.

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Where are the available workers?

  • Workforce is, generally speaking, more easily available for professions:
  • 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

Contact us at eures@ess.gov.si for more information or support.

Where are the available jobs?

Jobs are, generally speaking, more easily available for:

  • Technical engineers
  • ICT experts
  • Physiotherapists
  • Pharmacists
  • Doctors, nurses
  • Welders
  • Electro mechanics
  • Machine tool operators
  • Heavy truck and trailer drivers

Contact us at eures@ess.gov.si for more information or support.

Short overview of the labour market:

Some most basic statistical data for Slovenia according to Republic of Slovenia Statistical Office (as of April 2021):
  • Population: 2,108,977 
  • GDP: declined by 5,5% in 2020 compared to 2019
  • Earnings: approximately EUR 1900 gross (app. EUR 1200 net).
  • Unemployment: in 2020 around 5% according to The Labour Force Survey (LFS). 
To find out more about living and working in Slovenia:
COVID 19 situation changes daily. Below you will find links to information on how to travel, what is possible as well as what are the restrictions concerning travel to and from Slovenia.
 
Information regarding COVID 19 situation in Slovenia:
 
GOV.SI is the central website of the state administration:
(Website is available in Slovenian, English, Hungarian and Italian language).
 
Information for third country (non EU/EEA/Switzerland) nationals:
 
If you have any questions, we are here to help you. Feel free to send us an email to eures@ess.gov.si
 
 
 

 

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