China-Singapore Jingwei, April 23 (Xiong Siyi) The National Bureau of Statistics announced on the 22nd that the per capita disposable income of 31 provinces in the first quarter was 22,663 yuan.

  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.

9 provinces with over 10,000

  Specifically, Shanghai continued to top the list, with per capita disposable income of 22,663 yuan in the first quarter; Beijing followed closely, with per capita disposable income exceeding 20,000 yuan for the first time in the first quarter, increasing to 20,630 yuan; Zhejiang ranked third with 19,366 yuan, Just one step away from the 20,000 yuan mark.

  According to the National Bureau of Statistics, in the first quarter, the per capita disposable income of national residents was 10,345 yuan, a nominal increase of 6.3% over the previous year (6.32% after two decimal places), and a real increase of 5.1% after deducting price factors.

  Compared with the "national line" of 10,345 yuan, in the first quarter of 2022, the per capita disposable income of eight provinces in Shanghai, Beijing, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Tianjin, Guangdong, Fujian, and Shandong all exceeded the national average; although Chongqing failed to cross the "national line" , but has passed the 10,000 yuan mark, which is 10,240 yuan.

In other words, in the first quarter of 2022, the per capita disposable income of nine provinces has exceeded 10,000 yuan!

  In terms of growth rate, the three provinces of Tibet, Hubei, and Guizhou experienced gratifying growth in per capita disposable income in the first quarter, with a nominal growth rate of over 7%; in addition, Fujian, Sichuan, Anhui, Jiangxi, Hunan, Xinjiang, Chongqing, Hebei, Jiangsu, Ten provinces in Shandong outperformed the whole country, with a nominal growth rate of over 6.32%.

Wage income dominates

    Screenshot source: National Bureau of Statistics

  Divided by source of income, in the first quarter, the per capita wage income of national residents was 5,871 yuan, an increase of 6.6%, accounting for 56.8% of disposable income.

  It can be seen that wage income not only accounts for a high proportion, but also grows faster than the other three.

In other words, if you want to increase your income, a salary increase is the key.

The question is, which jobs are easier to get a high salary or even a raise?

  According to a report released by 58.com and Ganji Direct Recruitment recently, among the active jobs recruiting in the first quarter, drivers/transportation service companies had the highest recruiting salary, with an average monthly recruiting salary of 11,836 yuan; catering, logistics/warehousing jobs took the second place. More than 10,000 yuan.

The monthly salary of quality control/security positions increased the fastest year-on-year, with an increase of 19.28%, reaching 8,245 yuan.

Rural residents' income grows faster

  In terms of urban and rural areas, in the first quarter of 2022, the per capita disposable income of urban residents was 13,832 yuan, an increase of 5.4%, after deducting price factors, a real increase of 4.2%; the per capita disposable income of rural residents was 5,778 yuan, an increase of 7.0%, deducting price factors, an actual increase of 6.3% %.

  Why is the income of rural residents growing faster than that of urban residents?

  Fang Xiaodan, director of the Household Survey Department of the National Bureau of Statistics, mentioned that the average monthly income of migrant laborers in the first quarter was 4,436 yuan, an increase of 5.9% over the same period of the previous year, which led to an increase in the wage income of rural residents.

In addition, driven by factors such as grain output reaching a new high, grain prices continuing to rise, and prices of some fresh vegetables and fruits rising, the per capita net income of rural residents from agricultural operations increased by 6.4%.

  Benefiting from this, "In the first quarter, the per capita disposable income ratio of urban and rural residents was 2.39, down 0.04 from the same period last year." Fu Linghui, a spokesman for the National Bureau of Statistics, said at a press conference a few days ago.

  On April 20, Zeng Yande, chief agronomist of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs and director of the Development Planning Department, said that the next step is to take some more targeted measures to stabilize the good momentum of farmers' income increase, including developing rural industries to increase income and promoting farmers' income. Stabilize employment and promote rural entrepreneurship to expand channels.

(Sino-Singapore Jingwei APP)

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