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Average monthly earnings and index of average monthly earnings by activities [NACE Rev. 2], Slovenia, monthly
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Latest update
9/25/2020
Contact
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, T: +386 1 241 64 04, E: gp.surs@gov.si
Unit
EUR
Source
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
Footnotes

Footnotes

Source: Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia.
Due to the coronavirus epidemic, SURS is faced with difficulties in data collection, checking and processing. In this situation SURS continues to be obliged to timely publication of data, but due to the mentioned reasons the data published in this release are of slightly lower quality and less reliable than usually.
Due to the higher non-response rate, letters M (less reliable estimate – use with caution) or N (too unreliable estimate to be published) could flag certain data series.
More detailed information on methodological changes during the coronavirus epidemic can be found in the updated Methodological Explanation.

Change in the sources of data on earnings
For data on average monthly earnings for budget users for November 2015 the Information System for the Transmission and Analysis of Data on Earnings, Other Payments and the Number of Employees in the Public Sector [ISPAP] was used for the first time.
The change in the data source has a slight impact on the values of some indicators, so in the table we are publishing time series of comparable recalculated data for the January 2014–October 2015 period.
The times series of data on earnings for the January 2005–October 2015 period without taking into account the change in the data source is available among the archive data under Average monthly earnings – archive data [January 2005–October 2015].
As of 2013 we changed the base year, which is now 2010.
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- Methodological explanations
MONTH
2020M03
A break in time series happened because of measures related to the COVID-19 epidemic.
The drop in average earnings for March 2020 (compared to earnings for February 2020) was largely the result of the government payment of wage compensation for temporarily laid-off employees. According to the methodology of the statistical survey Earnings of Persons in Paid Employment by Legal Persons, this compensation is not included in gross and net earnings since earnings cover only that part of payments that is paid by the employers. Because in March 2020 most of the persons in paid employment who were temporarily laid-off were laid-off in the second half of the month, the number of persons in paid employment who received earnings did not change much compared to the previous month. However, due to the government payment of wage compensation for temporarily laid-off employees, the payment of earnings and/or wage compensation paid by the employers decreased, which resulted in lower average earnings per person in paid employment compared to earnings for February 2020.
2020M04
A break in time series happened because of measures related to the COVID-19 epidemic.
The increase in average earnings for April 2020 (compared to earnings for March 2020) was largely the result of emergency relief compensation in line with the Intervention Measures Act and/or collective agreements in the whole month of April 2020. In April 2020 also most of the persons in paid employment who were temporarily laid-off were laid-off the whole month (in March 2020 only in the second half of the month), which resulted in the drop of the number of persons in paid employment who received earnings or non-refunded wage compensation paid by the employers and in the increase in average gross and net earnings (compared to earnings for March 2020).
2020M05
A break in time series happened because of measures related to the COVID-19 epidemic.
The drop in average earnings for May 2020 (compared to earnings for April 2020) was largely due to the fact that some employees who were temporarily laid-off were laid-off only part of May 2020, which resulted in the increase in the number of persons in paid employment who received earnings or non-refunded wage compensation paid by the employers and in the decrease in average gross and net earnings (compared to earnings for April 2020).
2020M06
A break in time series happened because of measures related to the COVID-19 epidemic.
The drop in average earnings for June 2020 (compared to earnings for May 2020) was largely the result of termination of emergency relief compensation in line with the Intervention Measures Act and/or collective agreements for working in time of the COVID-19 epidemic, and partly a result of the introduction of a subsidy for part-time work (this led to an increase in the number of employees who worked part-time).