China News Service, July 5th:

The average salary of 25 provinces in 2021 is released. Where is the salary highland?

  China-Singapore Finance reporter Li Jinlei

  The average salary data for 2021 is being released in succession.

According to incomplete statistics from China-Singapore Finance and Economics, as of July 3, at least 25 provinces have released average wage data for 2021.

Drawing by Li Jinlei of China-Singapore Finance and Economics

The average annual salary of urban non-private units in 6 provinces exceeds 100,000 yuan

  Judging from the average wage data released by various places, there are generally two calibers, one is the average annual wage of employees in urban non-private units, and the other is the average annual wage of employees in urban private units.

The average annual wages of employees in non-private units in urban areas are higher than the average annual wages of employees in urban private units.

  Among these 25 provinces, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Jiangsu, Qinghai, Ningxia, and Chongqing, the average annual salary of urban non-private sector employees in six provinces is above the 100,000 yuan mark.

  Data from the National Bureau of Statistics shows that in 2021, the average annual salary of employees in urban non-private units nationwide will be 106,837 yuan, with Zhejiang, Guangdong, Jiangsu and Qinghai exceeding the national average.

  Among them, Zhejiang temporarily ranks first.

In 2021, the average annual salary of employees in non-private units in Zhejiang Province will be 122,309 yuan, an increase of 13,664 yuan over the previous year, or an increase of 10.9% after deducting price factors.

  Zhejiang has a developed digital economy, so the IT industry is very popular.

The data shows that among non-private units in urban areas, the information transmission, software and information technology service industry has the highest average annual salary, reaching 257,631 yuan, equivalent to a monthly average salary of more than 21,000 yuan.

To many people's surprise, Qinghai and Ningxia in the western provinces performed outstandingly.

In 2021, the average annual salary of employees in urban non-private units in Qinghai was 109,346 yuan, ranking fourth among 25 provinces.

In 2021, the average annual salary of employees in urban non-private units in Ningxia is 105,266 yuan, ranking fifth among 25 provinces.

  Among the urban non-private units in Qinghai and Ningxia, the mining industry has the highest average annual salary.

The average annual salary of employees in urban private units in Guangdong temporarily ranks first

  From the perspective of the average annual salary of employees in urban private units, the national average annual salary of employees in urban private units in 2021 will be 62,884 yuan, and the average annual salary of employees in urban private units in Guangdong, Zhejiang, and Jiangsu provinces will exceed the national level.

  Among them, among the 25 provinces, the average annual salary of employees in urban private units in Guangdong Province is 73,231 yuan, which is currently the only area with more than 70,000 yuan and temporarily ranks first.

  Among the urban private units in Guangdong Province, the highest average annual salary is in the information transmission, software and information technology service industry, reaching 140,251 yuan.

  In Zhejiang, where the private economy is developed, the average annual salary of employees in the private sector in 2021 will be 69,228 yuan, one step away from the 70,000 yuan mark, and is currently second only to Guangdong.

Among the private units in urban areas in Zhejiang, the highest average annual salary is also in the information transmission, software and information technology service industries, reaching 124,852 yuan.

  In Guangdong and Zhejiang, both urban non-private units and private units have the highest average annual salary in the IT industry.

  It is not difficult to understand. At present, the industry with the highest average salary in the country is the IT industry. On the one hand, due to the rapid development of digitization and informatization, the supply of relevant talents is in short supply. In recent years, its salary level and growth rate have been relatively high. On the other hand, coupled with epidemic prevention and control The strong demand for online consumption has driven the growth of average wages in the Internet and related service industries.

Guangdong and Zhejiang have gathered a large number of Internet companies, attracting many IT talents, and the salary level has also become a highland in the country.

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