Slovenia - Primary Industries Employment

Slovenia: Primary Industries Employment

Mnemonic EPRI.ISVN
Unit Ths., NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly 2.56 %
Data 2020 Q4 40
2020 Q3 39

Series Information

Source Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
Release Employment by section of activity and sex
Frequency Quarterly
Start Date 3/31/2008
End Date 12/31/2020

Slovenia: Labor

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Agriculture Employment Feb 2021 25,631 25,639 #, NSA Monthly
Total Employment Feb 2021 885,832 881,817 #, NSA Monthly
Primary Industries Employment 2020 Q4 40 39 Ths., NSA Quarterly
Unemployment Rate 2019 4.5 5.1 % Annual
Labor Force 2017 988,725 996,960 # Annual

Release Information

Accoring to the source, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, this survey is the official and most comprehensive survery in Slovenia.The purpose of the survey is to collect data on the current situation of the Slovenian labor force. It includes information on the size, structure, and characteristics
Labor force is composed by persons in employment and unemployed persons.

The survey observes all individuals living in selected households. This is a single person or a group who lives together. A group includes temporarily absent members of the household. According to the source, the survery is conducted continuously throughout the year.

Definitions (according to the source):

Working age population includes all persons aged 15 years and older.

Persons in employment are persons in paid employment and self-employed persons.

Persons in part-time employment usually work less than 36 hours per week.

The labor force consists of employed and unemployed persons.

Unemployed persons are those who during the last week prior to the interview:

  1.did not work (not in paid employment or self-employment and did not do any paid work);

  2. were actively seeking work (specific steps were taken in the past four weeks to seek paid employment or self-employment);

  3. were currently available for work (within two weeks).

Inactive persons are those aged 15 years and over who are not classified as employed or unemployed.

All published data is final.