This graduation thesis analyses the influence of the distance on labour commuting by gender in Slovenia between 2000 and 2010. Data on labour commuters among Slovene municipalities were acquired from the Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia. The data used in this thesis have already been partly ordered and analysed in theses entitled "Gravity models of commuters among Slovene municipalities between 2000 and 2009" (Zupan, 2011) and "The influence of highway construction on commuting of workers in Slovenia in 2000-2008" (Poklukar, 2010). The acquired data were supplemented for 2009 and 2010 (Drobne in Bogataj, 2011a,b; SURS, 2012a,b) and arranged for the purpose of our analysis. The analysis was made in two parts. In the first part, we analysed frequency distribution of commuters, together and separate by gender, by fifteen minute intervals and by year in the analysed period. The analysis by years enabled us to study the dynamics of the commuting flows. In the second part, we analysed the impact of the distance of journey to work in the gravity models for commuters together and separately for men and women commuters by year. The dynamics of the distance decay was studied in the bi-variant gravity model that could be presented graphically by plotting the relative interaction against the distance on the double-log graph and with the regression model illustrated by means of a straight line through the data points. In general, we have found out that in Slovenia the willingness to commute on a longer distance increased irrespective of gender.