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Recently, the National Bureau of Statistics updated and released data on the per capita disposable income of residents in 31 provinces in the first quarter, with Shanghai, Beijing, and Zhejiang ranking the top three.
Disposable income per capita in 31 provinces in the first quarter of 2021. From the National Bureau of Statistics.
Shanghai’s per capita disposable income exceeds 20,000 yuan tops
The so-called disposable income of residents refers to the sum of the residents’ final consumption expenditure and savings, that is, the income that residents can use for free disposal, including both cash income and income in kind.
In this list of residents’ income, the “Modu people” continue to be proud of the crowd and top the list.
Data show that in the first quarter of Shanghai, the per capita disposable income of residents reached 21,548 yuan, ranking first, and it was the only area in the country that exceeded the 20,000 yuan mark.
Per capita disposable income in Beijing and Zhejiang is close to 20,000
Beijing ranks second, and its per capita disposable income is one step away from the 20,000 yuan mark.
According to data released by the Beijing Bureau of Statistics, in the first quarter, the city’s per capita disposable income was 19,585 yuan, a nominal year-on-year increase of 9.6%. Four types of income increased across the board: wage income increased by 10.5% in nominal year-on-year terms, net operating income increased by 15.6% in nominal year-on-year terms, net property income increased in nominal terms by 10.6% year-on-year, and net transfer income increased by 5.3% in nominal terms.
Zhejiang ranked third, and the per capita disposable income of residents in Zhejiang reached 18,263 yuan in the first quarter.
“Su Daqiang” ranked fourth. The per capita disposable income of all residents in Jiangsu was 15,500 yuan in the first quarter, a year-on-year increase of 14.1%. The “Boss of Guangdong” ranked sixth. The per capita disposable income of residents in Guangdong was 12,636 yuan in the first quarter, a nominal year-on-year increase of 15.3%.
The bank’s cash counter is counting the renminbi. (Data Map) Photo by Ai Qinglong
Increase in wage income drives increase in residents’ income
According to data from the National Bureau of Statistics, in the first quarter, the national per capita disposable income of residents was 9,730 yuan, a nominal year-on-year increase of 13.7%. The national median per capita disposable income of residents was 8,014 yuan, an increase of 12.7%. In the first quarter, the national per capita disposable income continued the trend of increasing quarter by quarter since the same period last year, maintaining stable and restorative growth.
Among them, wage income is the cornerstone of driving the growth of residents’ income. In the first quarter, the national per capita wage income increased by 12.4%.
Fang Xiaodan, director of the Household Survey Department of the National Bureau of Statistics, said that since the first quarter, the national economy has continued to recover steadily, and the effects of ensuring employment for residents and ensuring market entities have continued to show. At the same time, the local Chinese New Year has significantly increased residents’ working hours, accelerated industrial production growth, and the gradual recovery of the service industry, which has led to an increase in rural residents’ going out to work, laying a solid foundation for the steady growth of urban and rural residents’ wage income.
Consumer spending rebounded sharply
After income growth, consumption growth also has confidence.
On the basis of the sustained and stable recovery of residents’ income growth, residents’ consumption expenditure rebounded sharply year-on-year, showing a recovery growth trend.
Data show that in the first quarter, the national per capita consumption expenditure was 5978 yuan, a nominal increase of 17.6%, and a decrease of 8.2% in the same period of the previous year. In terms of growth trends, in the first quarter, household consumption has reversed the four consecutive quarters of decline since the same period last year, showing a recovery growth trend.
From a local point of view, Shanghai can make the most money, but also spend it the most. In the first quarter, the per capita consumption expenditure of residents was 12,172 yuan, the highest in the country. In the first quarter of Beijing, the per capita consumption expenditure of residents was 10,998 yuan. The two places are also two regions in the country where the per capita consumption expenditure of residents exceeds 10,000 yuan.
How much did you earn in the first quarter? Is there an extra charge?

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helpmekim
7 months ago

I don’t know if my income will rise or not, but I hope it won’t fall, thank God. But it seems that in addition to pork and some seasonal vegetables and fruits, the prices of many other commodities are mostly rising. For example, the soup dumplings I went to eat two days ago, it is written like this: For various reasons, the soup dumplings, duck blood fans, and duck blood soup are each raised by one yuan. What’s the reason? It’s nothing more than rent, water and electricity, taxes, manpower, raw materials… All kinds of raw materials have risen sharply this year, and I dare not change my computer. I look at the front row of houses downstairs. After the Spring Festival, five out of ten are down. The rent is too expensive to make ends meet. One of the owners who used to charge the card was very good and called us to refund, saying that the annual rent was 200,000, which was really impossible. Seeing the newly renovated shops on both sides is like seeing new leeks, one crop after another. I don’t know if they are still there at this time next year. In the past two days, I found out that the fresh pork front leg is at a special price of 16 yuan per catty. I happily bought two catties and took it home. You must know that in the first few months, the price was nearly thirty. Last year, I didn’t dare to make dumplings at home. A meal may cost one or two hundred yuan… Coincidentally, the price of dumplings has also risen. Last year it was still two or eight yuan, but this year it was more than three yuan. Two days ago, I saw tooth flower for more than a thousand, and I only read half of it and haven’t finished it. The car was rubbed two days ago. I went to the fourth son’s shop and said that it would cost several thousand. Fortunately, I was able to take the insurance of the party responsible for it. But this year the insurance will be renewed again, saying that the premium has also risen. I just paid a few thousand yuan in property fees, and water, electricity, and gas are hundreds of thousands. ……There is money, money, money, money everywhere in life.

heloword
7 months ago

The National Bureau of Statistics released data on the per capita disposable income of residents in 31 provinces in the first quarter. The per capita disposable income of 7 provinces and cities in my country has exceeded 10,000 yuan, including Shanghai, Beijing, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Tianjin, Guangdong, and Fujian. Except for Beijing, the rest are located in coastal areas. Shanghai ranked first with 21,548 yuan, and was the only region in the country that exceeded the 20,000 yuan mark. Beijing and Zhejiang followed closely, with per capita disposable income approaching 20,000 yuan. It is worth noting that Zhejiang, a large private economy province, ranks third with 18,263 yuan, leading behind Jiangsu, Tianjin and Guangdong by a large margin. As a provincial economy, Zhejiang has a permanent population of 58.5 million in 2019, surpassing Shanghai and Beijing combined. In addition, Zhejiang has 11 cities and a large number of rural areas. In 2019, the urbanization rate has just reached 70%, which is a long way from the three municipalities of Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin. Under this circumstance, the per capita income of all residents in Zhejiang is second only to Shanghai and Beijing, and the overall wealth is evident. Ding Changfa, associate professor of the Department of Economics of Xiamen University, analyzed that Zhejiang is the most developed place in my country’s county economic industrial chain, with a developed private economy and relatively high income from property. The overall regional development of Zhejiang is relatively balanced, the county economy is very large, and many counties and cities such as Yiwu, Yueqing, Cixi, Zhuji and other counties have complete industrial chains. In addition, Zhejiang’s business environment is among the best in the country, boosting the economic development of counties and cities, and attracting a large number of migrants to work. As residents’ income growth continues to recover steadily, residents’ consumption expenditures show a recovery growth. Statistics show that in the first quarter, the national per capita consumption expenditure was 5978 yuan, an increase of 17.6%. In terms of growth trends, in the first quarter, household consumption has reversed the four consecutive quarters of decline since the same period last year, showing a recovery growth trend. Specifically, the per capita consumption expenditure of Shanghai residents was 12,172 yuan in the first quarter, the highest in the country. Beijing ranked second with 10,998 yuan. These two places are also the only regions in the country where the per capita consumption expenditure of residents exceeds 10,000 yuan.

helpyme
7 months ago

It’s OK. Everyone knows where the money is in their pockets. The more you live, the more tired you don’t mention. People donate some money and send the children directly to the top of the mountain. Ordinary people are engaged in socialism, and those who claim to be upper-class society are engaged in capitalism. Before, my family worked alone to support a family, but now the family can work for a year without a bit of money. It is really unhappy.

sina156
7 months ago

Although I have not experienced the “price breakthrough” in the 1980s, there are still many relevant records. Simply put, prices are skyrocketing, while wages are also passively rising. At that time, when many people paid their wages, instead of saving them, they immediately went to the department store and replaced them with home appliances and food. In some extreme cases, some people even replace all their wages with soap and firewood. Because if you don’t do this, maybe only a week later, you can only buy half of the products with the same money. At that time, the relationship between supply and demand was very tense. Even in some places, where workers did not go to work and government officials did not work, what did they do? All go to line up to buy things. Analogy to us now, has wages increased? According to statistics, yes. But are prices going up? Not based on statistics, yes. Steamed buns are already 3 yuan and 4 pieces, beef noodles have also risen by one yuan, and Roujiamo is now common at 10 yuan each. Of course, this is not as crazy as the price hikes of the era of “price break through”, but it can still be compared and analyzed briefly. The “price breakthrough” back then was due to economic fluctuations caused by policy changes, resulting in a huge imbalance in the relationship between supply and demand. In recent years, our country, whether it is a domestic and international double cycle, or any supply-side structural reforms, we also have policies. With the new changes, the economy has adjusted accordingly, and the supply and demand relationship in many industries has become increasingly tense. In some respects, it looks like the “price break through” back then. Then it was because of the increase in income that was driven by rising prices, but now it is also possible that the increase in income is driven by rising prices. Therefore, “income increase” does not directly mean “better life”, nor is it the great abundance of material caused by the development of production relations, but only the causality of economic laws. Of course, the quality of everything can only be checked by time. Studying hard, working hard and living hard, is what we ordinary people “have to” care about.

yahoo898
7 months ago

Since 2018, our per capita disposable income has undergone a fundamental turning point. That is, income growth can no longer keep up with GDP growth. In the first quarter, per capita disposable income was only 13.2%, while GDP growth rate was 18.3%. Obviously, relying on wages will only get poorer and poorer. And capital income accounts for more and more weight. The national per capita wage income, net operating income, net property income, and net transfer income increased in nominal terms by 12.4%, 19.5%, 17.0%, and 10.7%, respectively, year-on-year. It can be said that the harder you work, the higher the housing price and the greater the income gap. The only solution is direct taxation, especially real estate tax, inheritance tax and capital departure tax. This is something I have repeatedly called for. The data now proves the necessity and urgency of direct taxation. Everyone should act so that my views can also receive more support from people. This is related to the next generation of most people.

leexin
7 months ago

Say something derived from the data. According to this data: “From the perspective of income sources, national per capita income from wages, net operating income, net property income, and net transfer income have increased nominally by 12.4%, 19.5%, 17.0%, and 10.7% year-on-year, respectively.” This can be achieved stably. People who grow faster can indeed buy a house. After all, the monthly cash flow after buying a house is fixed. In the long run, the future cash flow is used to cover the immediate cash flow. The annual growth rate is 12%, and the pressure will be halved after 6 years. But again, because the current housing prices use an overdraft future cash flow pricing model, those who do not reach this growth rate and do not have a house may never be able to buy a house (and increasingly cannot afford it). Unless the train of the motherland stops and waits for you.

greatword
7 months ago

Now I’m in a strange circle. When the National Bureau of Statistics and other government agencies released data, many people retorted: Oh, I was averaged again; when I averaged with Jack Ma, I am also a billionaire; the income is not so high at all! I’m pulling everyone back again; when some people say that there are very few people with a monthly income of over 10,000, many people still retort: ​​very few? Everyone around me has a monthly income of more than 10,000; others have side jobs, and those are not counted; a monthly income of more than 10,000 is basically the bottom, okay? Can a big city survive with a monthly income of just over 10,000? My classmates/friends/neighbors/relatives earn hundreds of thousands in a year;…what is the problem? Maybe a rich man can be seen by many ordinary people. Everyone thinks that there are people around me making so much money. And this rich man averaged the income of the poor in his statistics. Everyone thinks again, how can I have so much money? ! According to data from the National Bureau of Statistics, in the first quarter of this year, the national per capita disposable income of residents was 9,730 yuan, a nominal increase of 13.7% year-on-year, and an average two-year nominal increase of 7.0%; after deducting price factors, the actual increase was 13.7% year-on-year and an average two-year increase of 4.5%. In terms of permanent residence, the per capita disposable income of urban residents was 13,120 yuan, a nominal increase of 12.2% year-on-year, and a real increase of 12.3%; the per capita disposable income of rural residents was 5398 yuan, a nominal increase of 16.3% year-on-year, and a real increase of 16.3%. From the perspective of income sources, the national per capita wage income, net operating income, net property income, and net transfer income increased by 12.4%, 19.5%, 17.0%, and 10.7% in nominal terms, respectively, year-on-year. If you are in Shanghai, then your disposable income in the first quarter will reach 21548 yuan, otherwise you will be dragged down. If you are in Beijing, then your disposable income in the first quarter must reach 19,585 yuan, otherwise you will be dragged down. No matter where you are, if you haven’t achieved a growth rate of about 10% in more than a year, you are still dragging your feet. Are you holding back? The position of this hind leg is behind a worrying issue of rich and poor. In any case, I hope that in the future, it will not be what some people say: young people today are full of hope for the future of the country, but they are confused about themselves. I wish the country have strength and individuals have hope. For more content, please pay attention to Zunjia Finance, Hong Kong and US A shares 0 commission ~ risk warning: The content in the article has its own specific position, investment is risky, and trading needs to be cautious. Zunjia strives but cannot guarantee that the above content is completely accurate and reliable, and does not assume any responsibility for the profit or loss arising from the operation of relying on or using third-party information.

loveyou
7 months ago

In January 2021, the CPI and PPI continued to rise month-on-month and one year-on-year increase-Dong Lijuan, senior statistician of the City Department of the National Bureau of Statistics, interpreted the CPI and PPI data for January 2021. The National Bureau of Statistics today released the national CPI (resident consumption) for January 2021. Price Index) and PPI (Ex-factory Price Index of Industrial Producers) data. In this regard, Dong Lijuan, senior statistician of the City Department of the National Bureau of Statistics, explained. 1. The month-on-month increase in CPI expanded, with a year-on-year decline. From a month-on-month perspective, CPI rose by 1.0%, an increase of 0.3 percentage points from the previous month, due to the approach of festivals, local epidemics and low temperature weather. Among them, food prices rose by 4.1%, an increase of 1.3 percentage points, which affected the increase of CPI by about 0.78 percentage points. In food, due to cooling and rain and snow in some areas, the cost of fresh vegetable production, storage and transportation increased, and the price rose by 19.0%, an increase of 10.5 percentage points; due to the decline in the stock of laying hens and the epidemic affecting the export of eggs in some areas, The price of eggs rose by 11.1%, an increase of 8.2%. Affected by factors such as increased consumer demand before the holiday and rising feed costs, the prices of pork, beef and lamb rose by 5.6%, 1.2% and 2.7% respectively. Non-food prices rose by 0.3%, an increase of 0.2 percentage points from the previous month, affecting the CPI’s rise by about 0.22 percentage points. Among non-food products, the prices of gasoline, diesel, and LPG rose by 4.2%, 4.6%, and 5.0%, respectively, due to fluctuations in international crude oil prices. From a year-on-year perspective, due to the wrong month of the Spring Festival, the comparison base in the same period last year was relatively high. The CPI went from a 0.2% increase last month to a 0.3% decrease. Among them, food prices rose by 1.6%, an increase of 0.4 percentage points from the previous month, affecting the CPI increase by about 0.30 percentage points. In food, the price of fresh vegetables rose by 10.9%, an increase of 4.4 percentage points; the price of pork fell by 3.9%, and the rate of decline expanded by 2.6 percentage points; the prices of chicken and duck meat fell by 10.7% and 6.8%, respectively, and the rates of decline both narrowed. Non-food prices changed from flat last month to a drop of 0.8%, which affected the CPI drop by about 0.64 percentage points. Among non-food items, the price of transportation and communication dropped by 4.6%, the price of housing dropped by 0.4%, and the price of medical care rose by 0.4%. According to estimates, among the 0.3% year-on-year decline in January, the carry-over impact of last year’s price changes was about -1.3 percentage points, and the impact of new price increases was about 1.0 percentage point. The core CPI, excluding food and energy prices, fell by 0.3% year-on-year, mainly due to the large year-on-year drop in service prices. Last January coincided with the Spring Festival, and the impact of the epidemic has not yet appeared. Service prices have risen more. Among them, the price of air tickets and travel agency fees rose by 31.3% and 10.1% respectively, and the prices of hairdressing and home services rose by 5.2% and 3.2% respectively. During the Spring Festival in February this year, coupled with the impact of the spread of the epidemic, the consumption of residents’ travel and some contact services decreased in January, and the prices of travel services fell more year-on-year. Among them, the prices of air tickets and travel agency fees decreased by 33.2% and 9.9% year-on-year respectively. ; The prices of other services have also fallen year-on-year. The price of hairdressing has dropped by 1.3% year-on-year, and the price of family services has dropped from 3.5% last year to 0.9% this year. 2. PPI continued to rise month-on-month, from a decline to an increase year-on-year. From a month-on-month perspective, domestic demand continued to improve. The prices of international bulk commodities such as crude oil and iron ore continued to rise, driving the PPI to rise by 1.0%. Among them, the price of means of production rose by 1.2%, a decrease of 0.2 percentage points from the previous month; the price of means of subsistence rose by 0.2%, an increase of 0.1 percentage point. Among the 40 major industrial sectors surveyed, 25 had price increases, one decrease from the previous month; 10 decreases, an increase of 4; and 5 constants, a decrease of 3. Recently, international crude oil prices have continued to rise, driving prices in domestic petroleum-related industries to rise more. The prices of petroleum and natural gas extraction industries have risen by 8.2%, the prices of petroleum, coal and other fuel processing industries have risen by 5.3%, and the prices of chemical raw materials and chemical products manufacturing industries have risen by 1.0 %, the total impact of PPI increase is about 0.36 percentage points. Improved demand and rising costs drove prices in metal-related industries to continue to rise. The price of ferrous metal smelting and rolling processing industry rose by 3.8%, and the price of non-ferrous metal smelting and rolling processing industry rose by 0.9%, which in total affected the PPI increase by about 0.29 percentage points. At the beginning of the year, the cold wave and low temperature weather occurred frequently, coupled with the steady growth of industrial production, the demand for residential heating power and industrial power increased significantly, which drove the coal mining and washing industry prices to rise by 6.4%. In addition, heating demand also drove gas production and supply prices to rise by 3.9%. From a year-on-year perspective, the PPI went from a 0.4% decline last month to an increase of 0.3%. Among them, the price of means of production changed from a 0.5% drop in the previous month to an increase of 0.5%; the price of means of subsistence fell 0.2%, a decrease of 0.2 percentage points from the previous month. Among the major industries, ferrous metal smelting and rolling processing industries, which rose by 9.9%, increased by 4.9%; coal mining and washing industries, rose by 9.1%, increased by 7.8%; non-ferrous metal smelting and rolling processing industries, Increased by 8.9%, an increase of 0.6 percentage point. The oil and natural gas extraction industry, which decreased by 21.9%, decreased by 5.1 percentage points; the oil, coal and other fuel processing industries, decreased by 9.0%, or 3.5 percentage points. In addition, the prices of chemical raw materials and chemical products manufacturing increased from flat to 1.2%. According to estimates, of the 0.3% year-on-year increase in January, the carry-over impact of last year’s price changes was about -0.7 percentage point, and the impact of the new price increase was about 1.0 percentage point. The above is a quotation from the official website of the government. If your income rise does not exceed the price increase of your main expenditure, then your nominal income rises, and your actual income still decreases.

strongman
7 months ago

If this data is not explained, it is estimated that many people will be moved. Just pick a few key points to talk about. *First quarter* The figures in the above table refer to the disposable income per capita in the first quarter, that is, three months of income, not one month or one year. And the first quarter includes the year-end bonus, so the corresponding to the whole year is not simply multiplied by 4. For example, in the table, the first quarter number of Beijing is 19,585, and the annual per capita disposable income of Beijing in 2020 is 69,434 yuan. *Per capita* is a figure that counts all family members, not employees. Therefore, some high-income families have only labor and need to count family members together as the denominator. Anyway, as an Internet programmer with 15 years of experience, I found that the per capita disposable income of my family has also delayed Beijing.

stockin
7 months ago

In the first quarter of 2021, my salary income increased by 5% compared with the first quarter of 2020, which has delayed the data. Because of three contributions, my taxable income in the first quarter of 2021 increased by 20% compared to the first quarter of 2020. I can only thank the editor teachers and readers. The contribution income is only one-eighth of the taxable income. I am very grateful to our company. Praise excellent managers! Feel the beauty of management!

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