Ten Years in EU Bring Also More Jobless, More Precarious Jobs

Ljubljana, 1 May - Data published by the Statistics Office to mark the 10th anniversary of Slovenia's EU membership shows a rise in unemployment and the number of fixed-term compared to open-ended contracts. The office has also noted the narrowing of the gap between the wages in the public and private sectors and the minimum and average gross wages.

The number of jobless rising since Slovenia joined the EU and found itself in an economic crisis.
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Ten years since joining the EU, Slovenia has more jobless, while those employed often find themselves in precarious jobs.
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