In Slovenia, the average annual gross income per inhabitant in 2021 was 14,664 euros, and the net income was 11,202 euros. The highest net income was in the municipality of Kranjska Gora, and the lowest in the municipality of Kuzma.
At the level of statistical regions, in 2021 the average net income per inhabitant was the lowest in the Pomurska statistical region, amounting to 9,847 euros and 12 percent lower than the Slovenian average. The highest was in the Central Slovenia statistical region, amounting to 11,975 euros and seven percent above the Slovenian average, which was the same as the year before.
The average net income per inhabitant was higher than the Slovenian average even in the Gorenje statistical region and south-eastern Slovenia.
Compared to 2020, the average net income per capita increased in all statistical regions – the least in Pomurska (by 5.5 percent), and the most in Carinthia (by 8.8 percent).
The highest average net income in Kranjska Gora, the lowest in Kuzma
The average net income per inhabitant in 2021 was the highest in the municipality of Kranjska Gora and amounted to 15,346 euros, which was 37 percent higher than the Slovenian average. The lowest was in the municipality of Kuzma, amounting to 7,288 euros, which was 35 percent below the average.
Along with the municipality of Kranjska Gora, the municipalities of Trzin, Mežica, Log – Dragomer, Ankaran, Grosuplje, Bled, Škofljica, Šmarješke Toplice and Žirovnica also had the highest per capita incomes. Apart from Kuzma, the municipalities of Rogašovci, Hodoš, Grad, Apače, Cankova, Solčava, Gornji Petrovci, Razkrižje and Sveti Jurij ob Ščavnica had the lowest rates.
The average net income was higher in 62 municipalities from the Slovenian average. It increased on an annual basis in 205 municipalities, but decreased in seven municipalities (Mirna, Jezersko, Log – Dragomer, Turnišče, Rogašovci, Hodoš and Vodice).
In 2021, the average annual received net income per inhabitant of Slovenia was nominally seven percent higher than the previous year, and in real terms five percent higher.
The nominal growth of the average gross income per capita was the highest since 2015, and the growth of the average net income was the second highest, higher only in 2019. The real growth of both was about two percentage points lower, the statistical office announced today.