Demand for new workers growing after spring lockdown


Ljubljana, 12 August – There were more than 20,500 job vacancies in Slovenia in the second quarter of the year, up almost 25% from the first quarter, with demand for workers strongest in hospitality and in culture and entertainment. The country’s vacancy rate thus rose to a quarterly record of 2.6%, the Statistics Office (SURS) said on Thursday. As part of the second wave of the epidemic, lockdown restricting some businesses was in place from 19 October 2020 to 16 May 2021, or more than half of quarter two. But…

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