Category: Population

Population

They emigrate more and the less educated immigrate

In 2019, more tertiary educated immigrants than emigrants The education of emigrants in 2019 was approximately equal to the education of the entire population of Slovenia. The most common purpose of immigration to Slovenia for foreign citizens was employment. In 2019, 31.319 people immigrated to Slovenia, of which almost two thirds were aged 25–64. Honeyread more .

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Excess mortality

On December 1, 1981, more than 200 people died in one day. Most people die in the winter, at least in the summer. In October 2020, for the first time, excess mortality differed markedly from the average of the previous five years, as 24% more people died than usual. The Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (SORS) started publishing a new indicator on excess […]read more .

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The number of immigrants to Slovenia is growing

The net migration abroad was very positive in 2019 (it amounted to 16.213 inhabitants) mainly due to immigration from the countries of the former Yugoslavia, as 2019 fewer inhabitants immigrated to Slovenia from EU Member States in 2.533 than from Slovenia to these countries. International Migrants Day has been celebrated since 2000, […]read more .

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A quarter more people died in October than last year

According to provisional data, 1.602 children were born in Slovenia in October, and 2.073 people died this month. The number of births was lower and the number of deaths higher than in the same month in 2019. According to provisional data, 2020 children were born in Slovenia in October 1.602 (5,2% less than in October 2019). Died […]read more .

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The number of deaths in September 2020 was 8,6% higher than

According to provisional data, 2020 children were born in Slovenia in September 1.654, and 1.662 people died in that month. The number of births was lower and the number of deaths higher than in the same month in 2019. The covid-19 virus has killed 497 people in the country so far, only yesterday, unfortunately, 26. The death rate […]read more .

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Fewer marriages and divorces and more internal relocations

In the second quarter of 2, the natural increase was negative (-2020) and the net migration was positive (334). Measures to curb the spread of the new coronavirus (covid-3.265) have markedly increased the number of internal migrations and decreased the number of marriages and divorces. Fewer live births and more deaths In the second quarter of 19, 2020 people were born and 4.622 died. […]read more .

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Protestants in the Goriška region

Protestantism oz. Lutheranism in the Goriška region today is practically just a concept from (church) history. The Protestant movement, which developed under the leadership of Martin Luther in Germany in the first half of the 16th century, spread rapidly throughout Europe. In the second half of the 16th century, Protestantism was also widespread in the Goriška region, and at the end of the century […]read more .

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Mortality in Europe before and after the crown

In the EU member states in March and April 2020 by a quarter more deaths than the average in the same months in 2016-2019 The number of deaths in the EU in the first half of 1 from 2020 to 10 weeks was significantly higher than the average in 17-2016 in the same weeks. The peak was reached in week 2019. In Slovenia […]read more .

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A sad memory

Today is a day for memories, even the sad ones on the occasion of a “certain” centenary. Just a couple of bare facts: the plebiscite in part of southern Carinthia, on October 10, 1920, in so-called zone A, ended with a majority decision for the Republic of Austria. Attendance was very high. 37.304 votes were cast, representing 95,70% of all voters. From [[]read more .

Population

In half a year 4300 inhabitants more

On 1 July 2020, Slovenia had a population of 2.100.126, or 4.300 more than six months earlier. The number of Slovenian citizens decreased in the first half of 2020, while the number of foreign citizens increased; their share rose to 7,7%. Fewer citizens of Slovenia, more foreign citizens According to the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, the population of Slovenia in […]read more .