Slovenia. Living and working conditions Andreja Strmole – EURES adviser Andreja.Strmole@ess.gov.si. Bordering countries. Slovenia in brief -1. Full name: Republic of Slovenia Population: 2,010,377 Capital: Ljubljana (258,873) Area: 20,273 km²
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Living and working conditions
Andreja Strmole – EURES adviser
Fire Service: 112
Road Assistance: 1987
Slovenes often joke that everybody knows everybody in this country. Generally, Slovenes describe themselves as hard working, honest, a bit jealous, good singers who enjoy a good glass of wine, perhaps a bit on the melancholy side, and with a slight propensity for extremism.
Other less than 100
Source: Registration on health insurance
Computer and information technology experts
Protective services workers…
Slovenia does not apply any restrictions on the access to its labour market by citizens of the
EU member countries and
(arranged by employer )
562,00 € net
public transport ( it depends on employer )