Slovenia - Employment situation improves - December 31, 2017

In a report with graphs and figures, produced by the Employment Service of Slovenia, the prognoses for the labour market development in 2018 are revealed. Companies expect to create 16,500 jobs, or expand their workforce by 2.6%, during the first half of 2018. Demand is expected to come from jobs in manufacturing, as well as truck drivers, welders, warehouse employees and salesmen. The data show that the biggest surge in the workforce is expected in construction (7.5%) and other business activities, which includes staffing agencies, security, cleaning and lease of cars and equipment (6.2%).

Read on: in English …   The report: in Slovene …

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