Beijing led the way with an average salary of 13,369 yuan in the first quarter

2022-07-27 0 By

On April 1, released a recruitment salary report for Chinese enterprises in the first quarter of 2022, showing the salary level of enterprises in 38 core cities in China. The report showed that the average salary of Chinese enterprises in the first quarter was 10,014 yuan per month, and the median salary was 7,999 yuan per month.Among them, Beijing has the highest, reaching 13,369 yuan per month.The average salary in 38 core cities across China was 10,014 yuan a month in the first quarter of 2022, down 1% month-on-month and up 10.5% from 9,059 yuan a month in the same period last year, according to online data from to the data in recent years, the salary in the first quarter of normal years shows a sequential decline, which is related to the position structure in the peak season of spring recruitment.The analysis found that basic jobs such as sales and mechanics accounted for a higher proportion of spring hires than in other quarters, so overall wages fell slightly.In addition, the median salary of recruitment in the first quarter was 7,999 yuan/month, and the mode was 5,001 yuan/month, basically unchanged from the previous quarter.Among them, Beijing (13,369 yuan/month), Shanghai (13,245 yuan/month), Shenzhen (12,592 yuan/month) and Hangzhou (11,388 yuan/month) still lead the way, while Nanjing, Suzhou and Ningbo in the Yangtze River Delta and Guangzhou and Zhuhai in the Pearl River Delta region also offer average salaries of more than 10,000 yuan, making them attractive to talented people.Compared with the previous quarter, Nanjing’s average recruitment salary rose 0.7 per cent, overtaking Guangzhou to rank fifth.In the industry sector, salaries in finance and information technology remained strong in the first quarter.Trust/guarantee/auction/pawn, fund/securities/term loan/investment, banking salary ranked the top three.Computer software, IT services and other industries have obvious salary advantages.The oil/petrochemical/chemical industry saw the highest salary increase in the quarter, rising 4.8% month-on-month, with the average salary rising to 9,910 yuan per month.Affected by the peak demand season and geopolitical risks, the international oil price rose sharply in the first quarter of 2022, driving up the domestic oil price, and the industry recruitment salary is also optimistic.At the same time, with the promotion of the “industry + Internet” strategy across the country, new energy vehicles and other large projects started one after another, the demand for relevant talents of enterprises increased, and the recruitment salary also increased. The average salary of automobile/motorcycle and large equipment/electromechanical equipment/heavy industry increased by 1.3% and 1.1% compared with the previous quarter respectively.Salaries in the Internet/e-commerce and online game sectors fell by 2.5 per cent and 8.7 per cent, respectively, to 10,969 yuan and 11,439 yuan per month this quarter.The Internet industry has entered a period of adjustment. Affected by traffic peak, capital ebb and anti-monopoly policies, the growth of the industry slows down, and the growth of talent demand tends to be cautious, so the recruitment salary is adjusted accordingly.Online games are affected by policies such as suspension of game titles, and the direction of industry development is not yet clear.The average monthly salary of listed companies in the first quarter is 11,162 yuan per month.Known as the “iron rice bowl”, state-owned enterprises ranked second with an average monthly salary of 10,892 yuan, almost the same as last quarter. Joint ventures ranked third with an increase of 1.3 percent from last quarter, while foreign-owned enterprises saw a decrease of 2.3 percent from last quarter, but still higher than the national average.The salary level of joint-stock enterprises and private enterprises is relatively low, which is 9,866 yuan per month and 9,783 yuan per month respectively, lower than the national average and lower than the level of last quarter.Private enterprises are sensitive to market changes and relatively small in size. They are weak in risk resistance to the impact of the epidemic, downward pressure on the economy and changes in international relations. Therefore, they deserve attention in the rescue process.The salary of doctoral degree increased to 29,087 yuan/month. From the perspective of educational requirements, the salary level of this quarter still shows the overall characteristics of higher educational requirements, higher recruitment salary, reflecting the effect of human capital investment.The average salary for PhD candidates is the highest at 29,087 yuan per month, followed by that for masters at 18,074 yuan per month.Post-graduate degrees require jobs that pay well and are growing fast.Compared with the previous quarter, average salaries for PHDS rose 9.4 percent in the first quarter, the largest increase, while master’s degree requirements also rose 4.5 percent.The overall recruitment market is still in strong demand for highly educated talents, especially in technical and managerial positions with higher salaries, which has contributed to the “research fever” and other phenomena.In the first quarter, the required monthly salary of a bachelor’s degree is 13,423 yuan, down 1.8% from the previous month. The average salary of a post with a junior college degree or below is less than 10,000 yuan, including 9,346 yuan/month for a junior college degree and 8,237 yuan/month for a senior high school degree. The required salary of a post with a junior high school degree or below is still the lowest level, 7,020 yuan/month.On the whole, the recruitment wages of enterprises declined seasonally and showed structural differences in this quarter.The development of new energy vehicles drives the salary increase of automobile manufacturing talents;The development of Internet industry is slowing down, and the salary of industry recruitment is falling.Salaries of large enterprises rose slightly while those of small and micro enterprises fell.Wages for senior workers fell, while wages for younger workers rose.Job seekers should pay close attention to salary trends in the recruitment market and make the best decision for job hunting.By Beijing Youth Daily reporter Xie Li editor Gao Yan