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Population - selected indicators, cohesion regions, Slovenia, half-yearly
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Information

Latest update
5/17/2022
Contact
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, T: +386 1 241 64 04, E: gp.surs@gov.si
Unit
years, index, proportions, ratios
Source
Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia
Footnotes

Footnotes

For data after 1 January 2008 on the
is using a new statistical definition of population. This represents a break in the data series, meaning that the data as per the new definition, i.e. since mid-2008, are not directly comparable to the data as of previous dates.
Linked content:
- Methodological Explanations
HALF-YEAR
H1 as of 1. 1.
H2 as of 1. 7.
COHESION REGION
Data are territorially classsified according to The Classification of Territorial Units for Statistics – NUTS, (description and explanations), level NUTS 2.
Data on changes of individual cohesion region are also available at the link.
HALF-YEAR
2011H1
Data on population as of 1 January 2011 in Slovenia are produced also according to the Regulation (EC) No. 763/2008 of the European Parliament and the Council of 9 July 2008 on Population and Housing Censuses, Official Journal of the European Union L 218/14, 13 August, 2008.
2021H1
Data on population as of 1 January 2021 in Slovenia are produced also according to the Commission Regulation (EU) No. 2017/712 of 20 April 2017 establishing the reference year and the programme of the statistical data and metadata for population and housing censuses provided for by Regulation (EC) No 763/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council.
INDICATOR
Mean age (years)
Mean age is a weighted arithmetic mean of the age of a given group of population.
Ageing index
Ageing index is the ratio between the old population (aged 65 years or more) and the young population (aged 0-14 years), multiplied by 100.
Proportion of population aged 0-14 (%)
Due to rounding, the sum of proportions of population by age groups is not always equal to 100.0%.
Proportion of population aged 15-64 (%)
Due to rounding, the sum of proportions of population by age groups is not always equal to 100.0%.
Proportion of population aged 65 or more (%)
Due to rounding, the sum of proportions of population by age groups is not always equal to 100.0%.
Age dependency ratio
Age dependency ratio is the ratio between the number of young (aged 0 to 14 years) and older population (aged 65 years or more) and the number of working-age population (aged 15 to 64), multiplied by 100. The age dependency ratio measures how many children and older people are age-dependent per 100 working-age popuation.
Age dependency ratio
Due to rounding the sum of old- and young-age dependency ratios does not always equal the total age dependency ratio.
Young-age dependency ratio
Age dependency ratio is the ratio between the number of young (aged 0 to 14 years) and older population (aged 65 years or more) and the number of working-age population (aged 15 to 64), multiplied by 100. The age dependency ratio measures how many children and older people are age-dependent per 100 working-age popuation.
Young-age dependency ratio
Due to rounding the sum of old- and young-age dependency ratios does not always equal the total age dependency ratio.
Old-age dependency ratio
Age dependency ratio is the ratio between the number of young (aged 0 to 14 years) and older population (aged 65 years or more) and the number of working-age population (aged 15 to 64), multiplied by 100. The age dependency ratio measures how many children and older people are age-dependent per 100 working-age popuation.
Old-age dependency ratio
Due to rounding the sum of old- and young-age dependency ratios does not always equal the total age dependency ratio.