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Title:Analiza plač v Sloveniji glede na demografske dejavnike
Authors:ID Pečnik, Nastja (Author)
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Files:.pdf VS_Pecnik_Nastja_2021.pdf (1,17 MB)
MD5: 302AB454CA176B267AD02E2280626832
PID: 20.500.12556/dkum/908a54a5-2c05-42ba-8640-fecafa153b5d
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Skozi diplomsko delo smo se posvetili analiziranju plač glede na izbrane demografske dejavnike, in sicer spol, starost in izobrazbo. Najprej smo skozi teorijo povzeli pojme, ki so vezani na plačo, nato pa smo na kratko preučili še vsak izbran demografski dejavnik. V empiričnem delu smo se osredotočili na primerjavo plačnih razlik, ki se dogajajo glede na izbrane demografske dejavnike. Tako smo ugotovili, da se v Sloveniji še vedno dogajajo plačne razlike med spoloma, saj imajo moški višje povprečne mesečne bruto plače kot ženske. Analiza plač glede na starostne skupine je pokazala, da starejši kot so zaposleni, višje povprečne mesečne bruto plače imajo, torej imajo tisti od 15 do 24 let glede na Statistični urad Republike Slovenije najnižje plače, starejši od 65 let pa najvišje. Višjo kot imajo zaposleni stopnjo izobrazbe, višja je tudi povprečna mesečna plača. Tako imajo tisti z osnovnošolsko izobrazbo in manj najnižje plače, tisti z višješolsko in visokošolsko izobrazbo pa imajo glede na Statistični urad Republike Slovenije najvišjo povprečno mesečno bruto plačo. S pomočjo ustreznih statističnih testov smo ugotovili, da so razlike v povprečnih mesečnih bruto plačah v Sloveniji statistično značilne glede na vse tri obravnavane demografske dejavnike.
Keywords:plača, demografski dejavniki, spol, starost, izobrazba
Place of publishing:[Maribor
Publisher:N. Pečnik
Year of publishing:2021
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-79445 New window
UDC:331.221
COBISS.SI-ID:82711043 New window
Publication date in DKUM:28.10.2021
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Downloads:94
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Language:English
Title:Analysis of wages in Slovenia according to demographic factors
Abstract:Through the senior thesis, we focused on the analysis of wages according to selected demographic factors, namely gender, age and education. We first summarized salary-related concepts through theory, and then briefly summarized each demographic factor selected. In the empirical part, we focused on the comparison of wage differences that occur according to selected demographic factors. So, we found that in Slovenia there are still wage differences between the sexes, as men have higher average monthly gross wages than women. The analysis of wages by age groups showed that older employees have higher average monthly gross wages, so those who are aged between 15 and 24 have the lowest wages according to Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, and those over 65 years old have the highest wages. The higher level of employee’s education is, the higher is average monthly salary. So, those with primary and lower education have the lowest salaries, while those with higher education and college education have the highest average monthly gross salary according to Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. Using appropriate statistical tests, we found that differences in average monthly gross wages in Slovenia are statistically significant for all three considered demographic factors.
Keywords:wage, demographic factors, sex, age, education


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