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The registered unemployment rate, in Slovenia, increased from 13.0% in December 2012 to 13.6% in January 2013, which means that it went up significantly for the second consecutive month; it already increased in December 2012 by 0.8 of a percentage point. Thus, the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013 were characterized by significant increases in the unemployment rate as it increased by 2.1 percentage points from September 2012 to January 2013 alone. In the last few years there was a clear pattern of the unemployment rate increasing in autumn and winter months, while it remained stable or declined in spring and summer months.
The number of people registered at the Employment Service of Slovenia in January 2013 was the highest since the beginning of the crisis. There were 124,258 registered unemployed persons, which was 6,200 or 5.2% more than in December 2012. It was in the first months of 1999 when so many people were registered at the Employment Service in Slovenia.
The unemployment rate increased in all statistical regions: the most significantly in Koroška Slovenia, from 13.3% to 14.7% (thus by more than 10%).
Fewer persons in employment again
There seems to be no end to the falling of the number of persons in employment: it decreased for the eighth consecutive month. In January 2013 it went down by around 4,200; thus, there were slightly fewer than 789,000 persons in employment. Compared to January 2012 the number declined by around 22,900.
The gender analysis showed that this month`s decrease was mainly due to fewer men in employment; their number went down by 3,400, while the number of women in employment fell by 830.
The number of persons in employment again dropped the most in construction (by around 1,500); in this activity the number decreased by 14% in last year. Source; Slovenia Statistical Office
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