Zhongxin Finance, January 20 (Reporter Li Jinlei) The 2021 resident income list has been released.

  The National Bureau of Statistics updated the data on the per capita disposable income of residents in 31 provinces in 2021. Among them, the per capita disposable income of residents in Shanghai and Beijing exceeded 70,000 yuan, far ahead of other provinces.

Per capita disposable income of 31 provinces in 2021.

Shanghai has the highest level of per capita disposable income

  The so-called disposable income of residents refers to the sum of residents' final consumption expenditure and savings, that is, the income that residents can use for discretionary use, including both cash income and real income.

  Where in the country has the highest per capita disposable income of residents?

It is none other than "Magic City".

  Data shows that the per capita disposable income of Shanghai residents in 2021 will reach 78,027 yuan, approaching the 80,000 yuan mark, ranking first in the country.

Beijing's per capita disposable income exceeds 70,000 for the first time

  Beijing ranks second in the country after Shanghai.

In 2021, the per capita disposable income of Beijing residents will exceed the 70,000 yuan mark for the first time.

  According to data released by the Beijing Bureau of Statistics, in 2021, the per capita disposable income of residents in the city will be 75,002 yuan, a year-on-year increase of 8.0%.

The four categories of income increased overall: per capita wage income was 45,675 yuan, up 10.2% year-on-year; per capita net operating income was 940 yuan, up 15.8% year-on-year; per capita net property income was 12,460 yuan, up 5.7% year-on-year; per capita net transfer income was 15,927 yuan, up 5.7% year-on-year up 3.5%.

  In 2021, not only will Beijing's GDP jump to a new level of 4 trillion yuan for the first time, but the per capita disposable income of residents will also reach the threshold of 70,000 yuan.

Data map.

Photo by China News Service reporter Li Jinlei

Zhejiang exclusive 50,000 yuan club

  Zhejiang, which is responsible for high-quality development and construction of a common prosperity demonstration area, ranks third in the country after Shanghai and Beijing.

  Data show that in 2021, the per capita disposable income of Zhejiang residents will reach 57,541 yuan, making them the only member of the 50,000 yuan club.

  Judging from the per capita disposable income level of the top three residents, Shanghai and Beijing are both members of the 70,000 yuan club, and the 60,000 yuan club has no members. Therefore, Zhejiang is still a long way from Shanghai and Beijing.

Guangdong Jiangsu belongs to the 40,000 yuan club

  Guangdong, the largest economic province, and Jiangsu, the second largest economic province, belong to the same per capita disposable income club as Tianjin and Fujian of 40,000 yuan.

  The data shows that in 2021, the per capita disposable income of Jiangsu will be 47,498 yuan, that of Tianjin will be 47,449 yuan, that of Guangdong will be 44,993 yuan, and that of Fujian will be 40,659 yuan.

  That is to say, the per capita disposable income of "Su Daqiang" is higher than that of "Guangdong boss".

Moreover, the ranking of "Su Daqiang" in 2021 has surpassed that of Tianjin.

The bank's money counter is counting the renminbi.

(Data map) Photo by Ai Qinglong

The per capita disposable income of 8 provinces exceeds the national level

  Data from the National Bureau of Statistics shows that in 2021, the per capita disposable income of national residents will be 35,128 yuan, a real increase of 8.1% after deducting price factors.

  Compared with the national per capita disposable income of residents, the per capita disposable income of residents in Shanghai, Beijing, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Tianjin, Guangdong, Fujian, and Shandong in 2021 will exceed the national level.

  Although the above regions are all in the eastern region, in terms of growth rate, the income growth rate of residents in the western region is higher.

Data from the National Bureau of Statistics shows that the per capita disposable income of residents in the western region increased by 9.4% over the previous year, which was 0.3, 0.2 and 1.4 percentage points faster than that of residents in the eastern, central and northeastern regions, respectively. The relative income gap between residents in the western region and other regions is further Zoom out.

The relative income gap between urban and rural residents continues to narrow

  Nationally, the income growth of rural residents is faster than that of urban residents.

In 2021, the per capita disposable income of rural residents will be 18,931 yuan, a real increase of 9.7%; the per capita disposable income of urban residents will be 47,412 yuan, a real increase of 7.1%.

The income ratio of urban and rural residents narrowed from 2.56 in the previous year to 2.50, and the relative income gap between urban and rural residents continued to narrow.

  From the perspective of each province, the income growth rate of rural residents is generally higher, and the income gap between urban and rural areas has narrowed.

Taking Zhejiang as an example, in 2021, the urban-rural income ratio will be 1.94, a decrease of 0.02 compared with the previous year, which is equivalent to an increase of about 300 yuan in the income of rural residents. The urban-rural gap has achieved substantial results.

  How much will your income be in 2021?

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