The average gross wage in March was EUR 1,670.69, which is 2% more than in February nominally and 1.7% in real terms, and 2.9% year-on-year.
The average gross wage in March was up by 2.1% in the private sector and by 2% in the public sector on the monthly basis, while it was almost level in the government sector.
On the monthly basis, it was up in all activities bar culture, entertainment and recreation (-0.3%) and public administration, defence and social security (-0.2%).
The average gross wage in March was the highest in finance and insurance, standing at EUR 2,760.43.
Region-wise, the average gross wage was up the most in Gorenjska and Zasavje (both 4.7%), while the increase was the lowest in central Slovenia and the Obalno-Kraška region (both 0.2%).
Employees in central Slovenia had the highest average gross wage in March (EUR 1,849.72), followed by those in Gorenjska (EUR 1,690.56).