Slovakia - Number of job vacancies was 18175.00 in December of 2021, according to the EUROSTAT. Historically, Slovakia - Number of job vacancies reached a record high of 21732.00 in June of 2019 and a record low of 14107.00 in December of 2020. Trading Economics provides the current actual value, an historical data chart and related indicators for Slovakia - Number of job vacancies - last updated from the EUROSTAT on May of 2022.

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Number Of Job Vacancies
Country Last Previous Unit Reference
Czech Republic 238953.00 226602.00 Mar 2022
Belgium 196140.00 196227.00 Dec 2021
Poland 136877.00 152798.00 Dec 2021
Sweden 126395.00 109896.00 Dec 2021
Spain 115170.00 109191.00 Mar 2022
Hungary 79295.00 80118.00 Dec 2021
Finland 58434.00 62295.00 Dec 2021
Romania 46656.00 45116.00 Mar 2022
Portugal 36543.00 42823.00 Dec 2021
Ireland 28600.00 31100.00 Dec 2021
Latvia 26648.00 23373.00 Dec 2021
Lithuania 24218.00 26505.00 Dec 2021
Slovenia 20492.00 22918.00 Dec 2021
Slovakia 18175.00 17931.00 Dec 2021
Croatia 18135.00 20314.00 Dec 2021
Bulgaria 16174.00 17583.00 Dec 2021
Greece 14713.00 15125.00 Dec 2021
Malta 5864.00 6461.00 Dec 2021
Slovakia | Employment
% of the population with at least upper secondary educational attainment, age group 25-64
At-risk of poverty rate of unemployed persons
Employed women being in managerial positions: 15 years or over
Employed women being in managerial positions: 25 years or over
Employed women being in managerial positions: 50 years or over
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 15 to 39 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 15 to 59 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 15 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 15 to 74 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 20 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 25 to 49 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 25 to 59 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 25 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 25 to 74 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 40 to 59 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 40 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 50 to 59 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 50 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 50 to 74 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 55 to 64 years
Employed women being in managerial positions: From 55 to 74 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 15 to 24 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 15 to 64 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 20 to 64 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 25 to 54 years
Employees with a contract of limited duration (annual average): From 55 to 64 years
Employment and activity: Total employment (resident population concept - LFS)
Employment in High and medium high-technology manufacturing
Employment in Total knowledge-intensive services
Employment rate
Employment rate of low skilled persons, age group 20-64
Employment rate of non-EU nationals, age group 20-64
Employment rate of older workers, age group 55-64
Employment rate: Females
Employment rate: Males
Employment: Full-time
Employment: Part-time
Involuntary temporary employment
Job vacancy rate
Job vacancy rate: Agriculture, forestry and fishing
Job vacancy rate: All NACE activities (except activities of households as employers and as own use producers; activities of extra-territorial organisations and bodies)
Job vacancy rate: Arts, entertainment and recreation; other service activities
Job vacancy rate: Construction
Job vacancy rate: Financial and insurance activities
Job vacancy rate: Industry (except construction)
Job vacancy rate: Industry, construction and services (except activities of households as employers and extra-territorial organisations and bodies)
Job vacancy rate: Information and communication
Job vacancy rate: Manufacturing
Job vacancy rate: Professional, scientific and technical activities; administrative and support service activities
Job vacancy rate: Public administration, defence, education, human health and social work activities
Job vacancy rate: Real estate activities
Job vacancy rate: Wholesale and retail trade, transport, accommodation and food service activities
Monthly minimum wages
Newly employed
Nominal unit labour cost growth
Number of job vacancies
Overall employment growth
Part-time employment rate
Persons employed part-time: From 15 to 24 years
Persons employed part-time: From 15 to 64 years
Persons employed part-time: From 20 to 64 years
Persons employed part-time: From 25 to 54 years
Persons employed part-time: From 55 to 64 years
Temporary employees
Tertiary educational attainment, age group 30-34
Unemployment rate: Females
Unemployment rate: Males
Young people neither in employment nor in education and training
Young people neither in employment nor in education and training: Females
Young people neither in employment nor in education and training: Males
Youth employment rate, age group 20-29
Youth unemployment rate: Females
Youth unemployment rate: Males
Slovakia | EUROSTAT Indicators