Chinanews client, Beijing, July 20th (Reporter Li Jinlei) The list of residents' income in the first half of the year was released.

  The National Bureau of Statistics recently updated data on the per capita disposable income of residents in 31 provinces in the first half of 2021. Shanghai, Beijing, and Zhejiang ranked in the top three.

Disposable income per capita in 31 provinces in the first half of 2021.

From the National Bureau of Statistics.

Shanghai's per capita disposable income exceeds 40,000 yuan tops the list

  Disposable income of residents refers to the sum of final consumption expenditures and savings that residents can use, that is, the income that residents can use for free disposal, including both cash income and income in kind.

  Statistics show that the per capita disposable income of Shanghai residents reached 40,357 yuan in the first half of the year, ranking first in the country and continuing to dominate the group.

  The reporter noticed that Shanghai was also the only area with a per capita disposable income of over 40,000 yuan in the first half of the year. The "Madu People" earning power is really not covered.

Shanghai Bund.

Photo by Chinanews reporter Zhang Xu

Per capita disposable income in Beijing and Zhejiang exceeds 30,000 yuan

  Beijing's per capita disposable income was second only to Shanghai in the first half of the year.

  According to data released by the Beijing Bureau of Statistics, in the first half of the year, the city’s per capita disposable income was RMB 38,138, a nominal increase of 10.3% year-on-year, and an average increase of 6.1% in two years; after deducting price factors, the actual increase was 9.8% year-on-year and an average increase of 4.4% in two years.

  Zhejiang ranked third, with per capita disposable income of residents reaching 30,998 yuan in the first half of the year.

  Beijing and Zhejiang are also two areas where the per capita disposable income of residents exceeds 30,000 yuan, belonging to the second echelon.

The bank's cash counter is counting the renminbi.

(Data Map) Photo by Ai Qinglong

Per capita disposable income in 10 provinces exceeds the national level

  According to data from the National Bureau of Statistics, in the first half of the year, the national per capita disposable income was 17,642 yuan, a nominal increase of 12.6% year-on-year.

  According to the national per capita disposable income level in the first half of the year, the per capita disposable income of Shanghai, Beijing, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Tianjin, Guangdong, Fujian, Shandong, Liaoning, and Chongqing outperformed the national level.

Wage income drives residents' income growth

  Data show that wage income has grown rapidly, laying a solid foundation for residents to increase their income.

  In the first half of the year, the national per capita wage income of residents was 10,104 yuan, an increase of 12.1%, compared with the first half of 2019, an average increase of 7.2% in two years.

  Fang Xiaodan, Director of the Department of Households of the National Bureau of Statistics, analyzed that with the continuous recovery of the national economy, the employment situation of residents has continued to improve, which has led to a rapid increase in wage income.

Data map.

Source: Visual China

Residents' consumption expenditures recovering rebound

  On the basis of the overall stability of the epidemic prevention and control situation and the continuous restorative growth of residents' income, residents' consumption expenditure maintained a restorative rebound, and the two-year average growth rate has accelerated.

  In the first half of 2021, the national per capita consumption expenditure of residents was 11,471 yuan, a nominal increase of 18.0%. After deducting the impact of price factors, the actual increase was 17.4%.

  From a local perspective, Shanghai can make the most money, but also spend it the most. In the first half of the year, the per capita consumption expenditure of residents was 23,644 yuan, the highest in the country.

  How much did you earn in the first half of the year?

How much did you consume?

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