The latest data published by the National Bureau of Statistics of the People’s Republic of China shows that the labor productivity of China in 2015 is only 40% of the world’s average level, and is equivalent to 7.4% of the labor productivity of America.
The social insurance data in 2015 published by the MOHRSS recently reveals that the pooling funds of 6 regions including Beijing and Tianjin are not enough to pay 6 months’ social insurance premiums.
According to a study, female employees are as active as male employees in striving for salary increase, but the probability for male employees to succeed in asking for salary increase is 25% higher than that for female employees to do so. The study also dispels the myth that female employees are too timid to ask for salary increase.
A survey finds that the gap between the income of college graduates and that of peasant workers has narrowed from 1.8 times (the former was 1.8 times higher than the latter in 2005) to 1.2 times.