Minimum wage to go up by some EUR 100 net next year

Ljubljana, 22 December - Based on the trends in the economy, the minimum monthly wage in Slovenia will go up by EUR 100 net in 2023, which is the highest increase in the last decade, Labour Minister Luka Mesec announced after Thursday's government session. Currently the minimum wage stands at just over EUR 778 net.

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The leader of the Left Luka Mesec.
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