Slovenia labor force increases in February

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Slovenia’s labor force increased by 1.5% year-on-year in February to 898,250, the Statistics Bureau of Slovenia (SURS) says.

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On a monthly comparison, the number of persons in employment increased by around 2,900 or by 0.3%, the Ljubljana-based statistics agency said.

Compared to January, the number of employment both men and women increased by 0.3% to 492,800 and 405,500, respectively in February, SURS said on April 16.

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