Slovenia -2013 employment figures – wages stabilise -May 26, 2014

The statistical office published the final employment figures for 2013 and the March 2014 data on average monthly earnings. After a serious fall of wages that started in 2011, wages stabilised (with seasonal differences) around 1,500 euros.

The statistical office published the final employment figures for 2013 and the March 2014 data on average monthly earnings. After a serious fall of wages that started in 2011, wages stabilised (with seasonal differences) around 1,500 euros. At the end of 2013 there were about 791,000 persons in employment; 31% of them had tertiary education, 57% upper secondary education and 12% basic education or less. Among women who were in employment 40% had tertiary education and among men 23% had tertiary education. The structural difference between the sexes was smaller in case of basic education or less. Among women in employment 11% and among men 13% had basic education or less.

English: http://www.stat.si/eng/indikatorji.asp?ID=29

http://www.stat.si/eng/novica_prikazi.aspx?id=6244

 

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