Slovenia is divided into twelve statistical regions. Each one is special, almost each one stands out by some way, but on the other hand they are also quite similar. What is the situation in each region?
In 2015, the "youngest" region was the Osrednjeslovenska, the "oldest" one was the Pomurska statistical region. The share of persons living below at-risk-of-poverty treshold was the lowest in the Primorsko-Notranjska and the highest in the Savinjska statistical region. Inhabitants of the Koroška statistical region assessed overall life satisfaticon the lowest. Most students per 1,000 population was in the Goriška statistical region. The average minimum monthly earnings were received in the Zasavska region. In this statistical region the highest share of interregional working migrants was recorded. Gross value added in industry was the highest in Jugovzhodna Slovenija, while gross value added in agriculture was the highest in the Primorsko-Notranjska statistical region. There was the highest number of dwellings reserved for seasonal or secondary use in the Gorenjska, while the most overnight stays was recoreded in the Obalno-kraška statistical region. In the previous mentioned region the major part of municipal waste was generated. Most waste from production and service activities resulted in the Savinjska statistical region. The Posavje statistical region has stood out by the lowest unemployment rate; in the Podravska statistical region was the highest number of mothers who gave birth to at least six children.
A new Stat’o’book writes new stories. A brief selection of the most interesting data on Slovenia is presented.
Even though with 20,273 square kilometres and 2.06 million people Slovenia is a small country, the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia collects vast amounts of data from as many as 21 statistical domains.
Data are important for everyone, be it for their work or simply to improve general knowledge, which is why we want to draw statistics closer to our users. This is the third edition of Stat’o’book. This time, too, we selected the most interesting and topical data, presented them in tables and charts, and together with brief comments transformed them into 22 statistical stories. The chapter on health was prepared in cooperation with the National Institute of Public Health.
In 2015 passenger cars in Slovenia were on average 9.7 years old
Households consume 10.1% of electricity for space heating
43% of people aged 16–74 years access the Internet via desktop computers and 53% via portable computers
In 2015 people in Slovenia sent about 2.6 billion SMSs
Almost 5.2 million tons of waste were generated in Slovenia and that 69% of waste collected by public waste removal services was collected separately
61 TV broadcasters transmitted 218,000 hours of various content
That 61 TV broadcasters transmitted 218,000 hours of various content?
The publication is refreshed with some new colours and design. It is available in hardcopy and in electronic format, so that you can browse it on your computers or mobile devices. Both versions are free, so pick the one you like best. Enjoy!