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Current Vacancies for Students

A list of the current vacancies for students offered by Slovenian companies. Photo: Vacancies for Students/ Cashier (m/f) Job description: work at the checkout. Requirements: +18 years, reliability, responsibility. Salary: 5.07 EUR/hour net, 6 EUR/hour gross, on Sundays: 8 EUR/hour gross. Schedule: in shifts. Long-term employment. Work in Ljubljana Number of vacant positions: 3 Programming (m/f)

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Dairy Producers and Sellers in Slovenia Call for Consuming Domestic Products during Pandemic

The largest Slovenian dairies and distributors of dairy products have launched a new campaign called Slovenian Milk Unites. The campaign aims at communicating to consumers the importance of their personal participation in stabilising the local dairy production chain during the coronavirus pandemic. Photo: “If a consumer seeks to buy a domestic product, he or she

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The Government Approves the First Package of Macro-Financial Assistance to the Population and the Economy #protiKoronapaket#PKP1

On 24 March 2020, during the evening Government meeting, the first package of macro-financial assistance to the population and the economy #protiKoronapaket#PKP1 was considered. The Government developed guidelines for drafting a mega-bill with a budget of 2 billion euros aimed at mitigating the effects of the new coronavirus epidemic on the population and the economy.

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Direct Flight Is Launched from Brnik Airport to Kiev

According to the Slovenian website Letim z Brnika, the Ukrainian operator Windrose will connect Ljubljana with Kiev. Flights will be operated twice a week on Thursdays and Sundays starting from 30 April 2020. Transportation will be carried out by Embraer RJ145 with 50 seats. Tickets are already on sale. The cost of a roundtrip ticket

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Employment Service: Almost One Hundred Thousand Foreigners Accounts for Nine Hundred Thousand Working Citizens of Slovenia

The number of work permits issued to foreigners has doubled in recent years. According to the Employment Service, in January–October 2019, 35,990 work permits were issued to foreign specialists, while for the whole of 2018, the number of issued permits reached 38,983 pieces. In January–October 2019, 13,858 work permits were issued to citizens of Bosnia

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Business Representatives Invite to the Open Day of the Slovenian Economy

On Thursday, 28 November 2019, 112 Slovenian companies with 4,070 vacancies will take part in the Open Day of the Slovenian Economy. This event is intended for young people and all visitors who want to start or change their career. As part of the event, interested persons will be able to visit the offices of

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Expert Opinion: Economic Stability Contributes to the Growth of Slovenian Population, Including Due to the Influx of Foreign Citizens

According to the Statistics Service, as of July 2019, 2,089,310 people live in Slovenia. Over this year, the country’s population has increased by 19,260 people. Over the past 2 years, an increase made about 30 thousand people, according to the Statistics Service. Besides natural growth, migration also plays a significant role in the population growth.

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For the First Time in Its Half-Century History, Brnik Airport Starts Cooperation with German Lufthansa

On Monday, 28 October 2019, a Lufthansa airplane landed in the Brnik Airport for the first time in the airport’s 55-year history. The Lufthansa Group companies will now perform flights between Ljubljana, Frankfurt, Munich, Zurich, and Brussels. In total, the Lufthansa Group provides 3,600 seats on 34 flights per week. As Permanent Deputy Ambassador of

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Statistics Service: An Average Slovenian Spends 1,050 EUR on Food per Year

Slovenes spend an average of 1,050 EUR per year on food for home cooking. These data were published by the country’s statistics service on 16 October on the International Food Day. According to the agency, last year, the Slovenian consumer on average used 152 kg of fruit, 126 kg of bakery products, 117 kg of

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Two Thousand New Apartments to Be Commissioned in Ljubljana by 2022

In recent years, the capital of Slovenia – Ljubljana – has experienced a heyday of investment and a real construction boom. New commercial facilities, hotels and residential complexes are being built in the city. The residential real estate objects of comfort class are being built particularly actively. The average cost per one square metre in

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