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The latest Chinese salary report in 2019! Chinese salary report in 2019 Guangzhou has a slight advan

On April 23, Tencent wealth management, Tencent Financial technology think tank and Tencent Penguin think tank released the "2019 Chinese Wage Report", which showed the behavior and changes of residents' wage management. The latest 2019 Chinese wage report was released! Guangzhou has a slight advantage in the 2019 Chinese wage report.

From the perspective of cities, the proportion of people with a monthly salary of more than 10000 in Nanjing and Hangzhou surpasses that in Guangzhou. Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen are economically developed, and high-income groups are concentrated. The proportion of people with a monthly salary of more than 10000 in China ranks among the top three cities, while the booming 'new front-line' cities Nanjing and Hangzhou follow closely, surpassing the first-line cities Guangzhou.

Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen ranked in the top three cities in terms of the proportion of people with a monthly salary of more than 10000, while Nanjing and Hangzhou occupied the fourth and fifth places, and Guangzhou ranked sixth.

Compared with the high-income group, the monthly salary of respondents in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Hangzhou was mainly concentrated in the range of 5000-8000 yuan, which accounted for 28.59%, 24.32%, 29.57%, 29% and 33.68% of the total number of respondents in the city, while the monthly salary of respondents in Nanjing was mostly 3000-5000 yuan, accounting for 28.38% of the total number of respondents in the city.

The top five southern cities occupy the fourth place, which means that the focus of economic development is gradually turning to southern cities. With the increasing pressure of big cities, many people begin to develop to the south. The pace of life pressure and work is not so fast, which is suitable for people to live and develop.

What's the salary situation this spring? From the data results, in the first quarter of 2019, the workplace competition in Guangzhou was more intense, and the absolute value of the competition index increased. At the same time, from the salary level of each position, the overall average salary level decreased month on month and increased year on year.

Report on Chinese wages in 2019 Guangzhou has a slight advantage

According to the survey data, the average salary of Guangzhou in the spring of 2019 is 8423 yuan, which is higher than the average salary of 8050 yuan of 37 major cities in China, ranking fifth.

From the perspective of salary distribution, the salary level in Guangzhou is relatively high, with the average salary of 4000 yuan / month to 6000 yuan / month accounting for 32.1% of the total number of jobs, and that of more than 8000 yuan / month accounting for 34.5%, which is slightly lower than that of the previous quarter.

Specifically, the fund / Securities / futures / investment industry has the highest average salary of 11135 yuan / month, followed by the banking industry with an average salary of 10794 yuan / month, and the professional services / Consulting (Accounting / law / human resources) industry with an average salary of 10415 yuan / month.

The salary level of foreign enterprises still ranks first in the report of Chinese people's salary in 2019

According to the data, the salary level of all kinds of enterprises has been improved year on year, with foreign-owned enterprises still ranking the first with 9125 yuan, followed by listed companies with an average salary of 9007 yuan, and state-owned enterprises with an average salary of 8838 yuan. The salary ranking of private enterprises and public institutions remained unchanged, ranking fifth and sixth with 7882 yuan and 7721 yuan respectively. Compared with the previous quarter, the salary level of private enterprises and public institutions has decreased, and other types of enterprises have increased by varying degrees.

From the competition index of enterprises of different nature, state-owned enterprises and institutions are more favored. The competition index of state-owned enterprises was the first, at 88.5; the competition index of public institutions was the second, at 73.0, with an increase of 23.3 and 17.0 respectively over the same period of last year, and the growth rate also ranked the first two. The competition index of listed companies is 63.9, ranking third.