Beijing, June 29 (Wu Xiaowei) – in July, housing provident fund may usher in a new round of adjustment. Some units adjust their provident fund payment base for employees according to their monthly average salary in the previous natural year. According to the incomplete statistics of Zhongxin Jingwei client, the average wage in 2020 has been published in 16 places. How about you? Let’s have a look.
The average wage growth rate of private enterprises in three places exceeds 10%
From a national perspective, the average annual wage of Urban Non private sector employees in 2020 is 97379 yuan, an increase of 6878 yuan over the previous year, a nominal increase of 7.6%, and the growth rate is 2.2 percentage points lower than that in 2019. After deducting the price factor, the annual average wage of non private sector employees in cities and towns will increase by 5.2% in real terms in 2020.
During the same period, the average annual wage of employees in urban private units was 57727 yuan, an increase of 4123 yuan over the previous year, a nominal increase of 7.7%, and the growth rate was 0.4 percentage point lower than that in 2019. After deducting the price factor, the annual average wage of employees in urban private units will increase by 5.3% in real terms in 2020.
It is found that Shenzhen has the highest average wage of 137310 yuan among the 16 cities that have published data; The second is Jiangsu’s 103621 yuan. According to public reports, this is also the first time that the average wage of non private enterprises in Jiangsu has exceeded 100000 yuan.
In addition, the average wage growth of urban private units in Sichuan, Shanxi and Hunan reached double digits, with 13.5%, 11.2% and 10.5% respectively.
The average wage of IT industry exceeds 170000
Which industries have high wages? According to the data from the National Bureau of statistics, there are nine industries in urban non-private sector with an average annual wage of more than 100000 yuan, namely “electricity, heat, gas and water production and supply industry”, “transportation, storage and postal industry”, “information transmission industry”, “transportation industry”, “transportation industry” and “transportation industry” Software and information technology services, finance, scientific research and technology services, education, health and social work, culture, sports and entertainment, public administration, social security and social organizations.
Among the urban non-private units, the annual average wage of IT industry surpassed that of financial industry for the first time in 2016, and has been ranked first for five consecutive years, and will exceed 170000 yuan in 2020.
According to the analysis of Mycos Research Institute, with the rapid development of the Internet and the deepening of digital and intelligent upgrading of the manufacturing industry, there is a strong demand for Internet and information technology related professionals in the job market. With the increasing demand and high professional threshold, the relevant positions are willing to provide higher salary and better welfare for the relevant professional graduates.
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Meng Canwen, deputy director of the Department of population and employment statistics of the National Bureau of statistics, said that changes in the average wage of urban employees are affected by multiple factors, including economic benefits, macro policies, and changes in personnel structure. After the outbreak of the epidemic last year, various regions and departments have introduced a series of measures to reduce taxes and fees and help enterprises stabilize their posts. While promoting the recovery of economic stability, they have effectively reduced the operating costs of enterprises, promoted the improvement of enterprise efficiency, and created conditions for wage growth.
What’s the average wage?
Meng Canwen explained that the average wage of employees in urban units is calculated for legal entities, excluding individual industrial and commercial households and freelancers. It reflects the pre tax wage, including the individual income tax, social insurance fund, housing provident fund and other individual contributions withheld and remitted from individual wages. As a result, the published average wage is higher than the actual wage of an individual.
At the same time, due to the different industries, regions and economic benefits of each unit, as well as the different positions of individuals, the wage level varies from high to low. In fact, wages generally show a positive skew distribution, and the average is often higher than the general level, that is, most individual data is lower than the average. Therefore, to more accurately understand the wage gap and changes, we should not only look at the overall average data, but also combine with more detailed wage data by region, industry and post（ Zhongxin (APP)
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