By: J.S., STA
The pay gap between men and women in Slovenia narrowed slightly in 2020, by 3.6 points annually to 2.2%, preliminary figures released by the Statistics Office show.
The gap in the private sector stood at 6.5% and at 10.7% in the public sector. Average monthly net pay in the country increased by 5.4% to EUR 1,252 in 2020 over 2019. Men’s average monthly net pay was 0.7% above the average, while women’s was 0.8% below the average.