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Post time 2011-4-23 10:58:53 |Display all floors
34.9% Chinese with Beijing Hukou spend 40% of their income on the living shelter.

70% workers' (with Beijing Hukou) yearly income is below RMB 30,000 ($5,000) now.

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Everyone know the housing price was soaring in the past 10 years.

The salaries was snailing in the past 10 years.

Measured by either houses' prices or houses' rentals, the salaries of most Chinese were going down sharply in the past 10 years!

Is it one of the glorious achievements of our Reform?


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here people refer to Chinese workers with Beijing Hukou

In 2009, the averaged yearly salary is RMB 26,800, or RMB2,233 a month.
The averaged yearly family income is RMB 22,000 per person, or RMB1,833 a month.
14.2% of people is above RMB 40,000.
70% of people is below RMB 30,000.
2.8% of people is below RMB 1,200.

the highest averaged salaries is in the sector of finance and insurance.
The lowest averaged salaries is safeguard job.
Some of the lowest salaries is in industry, retair commerce, hotels, and restaurants.

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here people refer to Chinese managers with Beijing Hukou
In 2009, the averaged yearly salary is RMB 38,900 (including almost all of social welfare)
managers' salary/ workers' salary = 1.45

the highest salaries is in sector of rental, commerce, the research of science and technology,.

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Originally posted by 468259058 at 2011-4-23 11:14
here people refer to Chinese managers with Beijing Hukou
In 2009, the averaged yearly salary is RMB 38,900 (including almost all of social welfare)
managers' salary/ workers' salary = 1.45

Originally posted by greendragon at 2011-4-13 12:14
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Managers should be paid 10x to 30x more than basic workers!
Is that the "annual base salary"!
Is pretty normal income in Asia nowadays!

It's normal,
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According to the rules provided by Greendragon, the salaries of Chinese mangers in Beijing is far lower than other Asian countries compare with the salaries of workers.

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(Newyork's GDP + Lundon's GDP + Tokyo's GDP)/3 = $60,600
Beijing's GDP = $10,300

The averaged family income per person of the previous 3 cities = $30.400
The averaged family income per person of Beijing = $3,500

So Chinese government need to improve ordinary Chinese income first.

Everynowhere did the similiar comparison with the same method in "Chinese economy" of this forum.

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The average family poverty threshhold in the previous cities is
$852 a month, or $10,224 a year.
poverty threshold/averaged family income = 33.65%

The averaged family poverty threshhold in Bejing is
$139,5 a month, or $1,674 a year.
poverty threshold/averaged family income = 18.4%

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Post time 2011-4-23 11:35:33 |Display all floors
Through the above comparison, actually China is a evil capitalist country.
Japan, U.K. U.S are socialist countries with good social welfare.

(the ratio= social welfare/ income)

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