Slovak Republic

Slovak Republic is in 34th place in the OECD in terms of the share of immigrants in its population, with the foreign-born accounting for 1% of the total population. 13% of them arrived in the last 5 years compared with 22% on average across OECD countries. The foreign-born population is on average less educated than across OECD countries, with 20% of highly educated compared with 31% across OECD countries. 76% come from an OECD high-income country.



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Topic Definition
Housing Immigrants living in a suitably-sized dwelling, %, 2009
Income Annual equivalised disposable income, USD, 2008
Health Foreign-born adults reporting to be in good health, %, 2009
Education Mean reading score of native-born children of immigrants, points, PISA 2009
Employment Employment rate of the foreign-born population (15-64), %, 2009-10
Skill matching Highly educated immigrants (15-64) in highly skilled jobs, % of highly educated immigrant employed, 2009-10
Naturalisation Persons naturalised in 2010 as a % of the foreign population in 2009


Foreign-born population
0.04 million
0.7 % of total population
Foreign-born population (15-64)
  Slovak Republic OECD average
Recent immigrants
  13% 17%
Highly educated
  20% 31%
From an OECD high-income country
  76% 28%
From country with same official language
  0% 27%