According to the statistics of 15 new first-tier cities, the data of per capita disposable income of residents in 15 new first-tier cities found that Suzhou has the highest per capita income level among the 15 new first-tier cities. There are 5 cities that exceed the 50,000 yuan per capita income in 2020, and three of them exceed the 60,000 yuan mark. All three cities are from the Yangtze River Delta. The three cities whose income is below the RMB 40,000 mark are Chongqing and Xi’an in the west and Zhengzhou in the central region. Among them, the per capita disposable income of all residents in Zhengzhou is 36,661 yuan, ranking 13th among 15 cities, only higher than Chongqing and Xi’an.

A ridiculous sentence: “Zhengzhou, Zhengzhou, digs trenches every day, not a day, unlike Zhengzhou.” A city that is still developing, like a developing country in the world, can its income level be better? According to the latest authoritative report (China Business News): The per capita income of 15 new first-tier cities is ranked. Zhengzhou is 36,661 yuan, an average of 3,000 yuan a month, which is nearly double that of Suzhou. Looking at the whole country, what are the industries with better treatment: finance, Internet, electronic communication, construction/real estate. These areas with relatively developed industries are basically concentrated in the northern, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen, eastern coastal cities of Jiangsu and Zhejiang, such as Hangzhou, Suzhou etc., Ningbo etc. These industries are not prominent in Zhengzhou, and may even be below average. To be honest, from a national perspective, the wage levels in the above-mentioned underdeveloped areas are not so good, so it is normal that Zhengzhou’s wages are low. The level of industry determines the level of wages. In other words, let’s take a look at what industries in Zhengzhou: mobile phone manufacturing, automobile manufacturing, food, etc. (the above are only 2017 data, for reference only), all of which are labor-intensive industries. Who are the corresponding companies in this industry? Don’t guess, it is obvious that Foxconn, Haima Motor, Yutong Bus, Sanquan and Si Nian are the companies. If you look at these companies, you will know the wage level. Therefore, the degree of industrial development naturally determines that Zhengzhou’s salary level will not be high. After all, most of these enterprises are labor-intensive enterprises. Zhengzhou will transform into a high-end manufacturing industry in the future. It will dig and cover every day. There is still a long way to go for transformation. Let’s take a look at the nature of the company. We all know that foreign companies have the highest wages, and the outstanding domestic listed companies are not bad. But after all, our Greater Zhengzhou is still dominated by private enterprises. On the other hand, private enterprises also determine where the wage level is not high. As we all know, there are very few outstanding listed companies and foreign-funded enterprises in Zhengzhou. Private enterprise units basically account for more than 90% of Zhengzhou’s enterprises. In comparison, the level of treatment for private enterprises is much lower than that of state-owned enterprises, listed companies, and foreign-funded enterprises. To sum up, Zhengzhou’s local industrial level and the nature of mainstream enterprises have contributed to its low wage levels. This reason is also common in other regions. Although there are many enterprises in Zhengzhou, most of them are small enterprises with insufficient strength, which are still in the development period, just like this city. Although the size of the city has squeezed into the first-tier cities, the salary level is far from the average level of the first-tier cities. Of course, Zhengzhou has a promising future, come on, my dear hometown!

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helpmekim
7 months ago

Zhengzhou’s answer. As the people of Zhengzhou, we are already very satisfied. In other words, among the 15 new first-tier cities, we are ranked 13th plus the first-tier ones, North, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen. Is Zhengzhou ranked 17th in the country? Is this algorithm okay~~~ I’m really satisfied. From Zhengxian to Zhengzhou, how many years have we developed. Digging ditches from Zhengzhou and Zhengzhou every day, how many steps we took and how many ditches we dug, we realized the current subway connection and the rapid development of the city. Fast development has advantages, but not everyone can stand on the cusp of policy. The golden mean, take it slowly, go slowly, and it will always be better step by step.

heloword
7 months ago

Although Zhengzhou has developed rapidly in recent years, there are still obvious shortcomings. Niu Fengrui, a researcher at the Urban Development and Environmental Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, analyzed that compared with the central cities of Nanjing, Wuhan, and Chengdu, as well as fraternal cities such as Hefei and Changsha, Zhengzhou has fewer first-class universities and scientific research institutions, and its overall scientific and technological innovation capabilities are not outstanding. . The level of development of emerging industries will also affect the level of residents’ income. On the other hand, the income level of all residents in a city is not only affected by industrial development, but also closely related to the city’s urban structure and urbanization level. For example, some new first-tier cities have more counties and county-level cities under their jurisdiction, and the agricultural population accounts for a relatively high proportion. This situation also affects the income of all residents. Therefore, to measure the income level of a city, one should also refer to the level of per capita disposable income of urban residents. For example, in 2020, the per capita disposable income of all residents in Chengdu is 42075 yuan, ranking 12th among 15 cities. However, the per capita disposable income of urban residents in Chengdu is 48593 yuan, ranking 9th, surpassing Hefei, Tianjin, and Shenyang.

helpyme
7 months ago

Why do you have to count backwards, positive numbers are fine, Zhengzhou ranks 13th in positive numbers. But if you grab the 12 cities in front of it, no matter which city also occupies a pivotal position in their respective provinces. Then again, established economic powerhouses like Suzhou and Hangzhou are ranked 15th and 14th respectively from the bottom on this list, and Zhengzhou can be ranked third from the bottom, which is already very face-conscious.

sina156
7 months ago

I have already said that, it is a new front line, you have to give Zhengzhou time to develop. Looking up to other first-tier cities, which one has been in development for a long time? In fact, Zhengzhou has developed very quickly. I have lived in Zhengzhou for more than ten years, and I have a good say. A few years ago, Zhengzhou was really not much stronger than the small county town in my hometown, but now you look at the high-rise buildings, subways, high-speed rails, city parks, road traffic… whichever point can be compared to others. First-tier cities. Zhengzhou is now like China in the early days of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. They are all awakening lions, developing and shocking the world.

yahoo898
7 months ago

To put it bluntly, the industrial structure is not good
There are not enough suitable jobs to attract talents back
The average salary is low and the housing price income ratio is high…
Prices have risen in the past two years
But first-tier cities
Non-indigenous workers
No matter how high the salary is, you can hardly afford a house
It’s really unnecessary to chase Zhengzhou black
Come to a big city to see what it means to be truly desperate

leexin
7 months ago

At the end of 2020, there were 1.17 million college students and above in Zhengzhou. There is only one Zhengda University in Henan, 211, and there is currently another Henan University that is double first-class, but there are only a dozen colleges in Kaifeng Henan, and about seven in Zhengzhou. Zhengzhou University is the university with the largest number of students in China. The total number of students in a college in Zhengzhou is about 200,000-250,000. There are nearly 900,000 students under one book, and more are college students. 300,000 graduates each year like this. Also add a lot of technical secondary schools and vocational schools. Many college students graduated directly to the assembly line of Foxconn and other factories. Counting overtime, they can get 5000+ a month. Zhengzhou is a well-known commercial city in China, and many of them are small commercial companies. Che, the boss and the boss’s family have a small team, it’s already good. There is an office, a company registered, an accountant and a few salesmen are recruited, all of which are local in Zhengzhou and are well-known companies in the industry. Up. Henan is the epitome of China. Zhengzhou is the epitome of first- and second-tier cities

greatword
7 months ago

I have seen many netizens in Zhengzhou, Henan say that they are content. Indeed, they are worthy of pride. But as a new Zhengzhou native, I also clearly know the gap between Zhengzhou and the first-tier and other new first-tier cities. First of all, there are very few well-known companies in Zhengzhou. There are only a few established companies, such as Yutong, Shuanghui, and Si Nian. There are very few real Internet companies. On the contrary, there are many so-called “liar” companies, small companies that want to empty the white wolf. You go to the labor arbitration hall in Zhengzhou. Every day, many people go to defend their rights and ask for wages. This truly reflects that Zhengzhou’s economic development, employment protection for the people, and technological level are relatively backward. In particular, salary levels are inversely proportional to consumption costs. Low wages and high prices are indisputable facts in Zhengzhou. I also watched the news today. The Management Committee of Wuhan Economic and Technological Development Zone and Xiaopeng Motors formally signed the “Xpeng Motors Wuhan Intelligent Networked Automobile Manufacturing Base and R&D Center Project Investment Agreement.” The project covers an area of ​​about 1,100 acres, and will build a vehicle and powertrain plant, with a planned production capacity of 100,000 vehicles. We can not compare with the first-tier cities, but we must take Wuhan as our goal, so that we can make rapid progress and build Zhengzhou into a better place!

loveyou
7 months ago

Generally speaking, Zhengzhou has been able to develop today very well. Think of Zhengzhou a few decades ago. The streets are full of ravines and ravines, one step at a time, ten steps at one soil level, all day long digging trenches and filling sand. After continuous efforts, it has created a city hub with convenient transportation across the country. . Now dozens of subways have been opened, covering almost every corner of Zhengzhou, with convenient transportation and convenient travel, but this is only one aspect. As a quasi-first-tier city, it is not advisable to only develop transportation, and all aspects of people’s livelihood, economy, and culture must be promoted. Although it ranks third from the bottom, it is compared to other cities. Zhengzhou was developed only by the development of transportation. Observing carefully, it is not difficult to find that the top cities all have unique geographical advantages or their own unique attractions. As a “city pulled by trains,” Zhengzhou is not easy to develop rapidly based on this alone. Therefore, I personally think that Zhengzhou’s development is still very optimistic.

strongman
7 months ago

It’s satisfying not to be the last one. However, the calculation is based on the population of more than 30 million people in Chongqing…12.7 million people in Zhengzhou are in Zhengzhou, and Chongqing has also stayed for a few years. The income of the main urban area of ​​Chongqing is definitely much higher than that of Zhengzhou…The GDP of Zhengzhou It’s already pretty good to be able to catch up with the carrier. In fact, Zhengzhou’s GDP ranks 16th and it’s almost incomparable to the ranking of per capita wages….The companies that can come up with it are Yutong, SAIC, Zhengshang, Miss, 3 Yuan, Jianye, Zhengshang, Nissan, and Zhengzhou Coal Mining Machinery have been in the tertiary industry tourism industry for many years. When people mention Zhengzhou, it turns out to be “big corn”. Does big corn bring tourism income? In recent years, it has developed rapidly. The loop is completed, and the 4th Ring Road is also connected… Line 3, Line 4, Beilong Lake Financial Island, and Zhongyuan Science and Technology City are also in full swing… But the most powerful and proud of only three aspects of real estate Foxconn high-speed rail Foxconn has brought GDP, employment, real estate investment, Zhengzhou tops the list, and the convenience of high-speed rail transportation ranks first in the country. But besides that, are the people of Zhengzhou happy? What is the working status of the university with the largest number of students after graduation? Sales, sales, sales Don’t sell as a white-collar worker? The monthly salary is 3000, and there is no social security. This is the reality in Zhengzhou

stockin
7 months ago

Personally speaking, Zhengzhou’s income is really not high. Let me talk about my personal situation first: 2020 graduate student, master of foreign economics and trade economics, undergraduate degree in a 985 medical-related major, graduated last year and came to Zhengzhou. The first job is a school recruitment, a real estate management trainee, the basic salary is 9000+, the unit has a monthly utility bill of 100 for the dormitory, the monthly meal card for the canteen is 450, and the monthly supplement is 600. The probation period is 6 months. During this period, there is no performance. After the probation period, 15% of the basic salary is used for performance. According to the daily scoring, it will be good that this part can be obtained by then. Few people Will get extra rewards, most people will be deducted money, which means that the wages of others will increase, but we will decline. The five social insurances and one housing fund are paid, but the minimum amount of the provident fund is paid in the lowest proportion, 400 per month. When I first entered the job, it was a single day off. Most departments in this department did not work overtime. Later, I liked to mention the weekends, but I changed a department and worked crazy overtime. I got off work after 10 o’clock every day. Various holidays were occupied. Although the company was on weekends. Our department is still off. Later, I couldn’t bear the endless overtime work and quit my job. I did this job for 4 months. Later, I tried social recruitment and found that I was really naive. I participated in several interviews, and the treatments given to me are as follows: 1. A professional lecturer in an education and training institution, with a basic salary of 3,500, a class fee of 40, a single break, only five insurances and no one fund. 2. A private think tank, looking at the company’s introduction, is particularly tall and the work content is similar to the scientific research direction during graduate school. I happily go to the interview and give me a base salary of 4500, the same single rest, implying that there are more overtime work, only five insurances and no one fund . 3. A teaching assistant publishing house ranks among the top three in the industry and has thousands of employees. This is the only one that told me that there are weekends. However, due to the special nature of the department I interviewed, I need to take turns on weekends, and may take turns in a month. Twice, it means that there are two weeks of single off each month. It is said that you can adjust off or pay overtime when you are on duty. He promised six insurances and one housing fund, a basic salary of 5400, and a regular salary of 6000 to 7000. The above is my personal experience after leaving the job at the end of last year. My personal analysis is that because I missed school recruitment, some state-owned enterprises and other formal enterprises have no chance. The social recruitment bar experience is too little, so that during that time I was almost depressed and felt like a cabbage. Just as cheap. It can be found that in Zhengzhou, there are very few companies that pay both weekends and provide provident funds. There are very few companies that pay both weekends and provident funds. I was shocked. The internship in Beijing was more formal than this. Later, I was favored by the goddess of luck and was admitted to the middle branch of the People’s Bank of my house. Although I know I was bad-mouthing the People’s Bank, I was very satisfied with the six-and-a-half hours of work per day, weekends, and social security provident fund. Zhengzhou, although I have tried to stay there for a little half a year, I still don’t have a sense of belonging. I was very interested before graduation and I still answered related questions and hoped to come back and have something to do. After the experience, I deeply feel that if I want to relax, I’d better go home. If I want to fight, why don’t I try to stay in Beijing. In Zhengzhou, it is too unfriendly to our kind of arrogant and no background foreign children.

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