Do students really earn no money from migrant workers? Media: three years after graduation.


Do students really earn no money from migrant workers? Media: three years after graduation.

Original title: are college students really unable to earn money from migrant workers? Three years of graduation

It is another year's graduation season, the employment rate of college graduates has reached more than 90% for many years. When the network paragraph ridicule "3000 yuan can only please college students", college students really earn little?

Recently, "employment Blue Book: the employment report of college students in China" published by third party social survey organization in 2018 shows that the monthly income of 2017 college graduates is 4317 yuan, higher than that of urban residents in 2017 years (3033 yuan), up 329 yuan (3988 yuan), compared to the 2015 (3726 yuan). ) increased by 591 yuan. The income of university graduates is significantly higher than the average level of urban residents.

According to the tracking data, the average monthly income of the 2014 college graduates after three years (i.e. 2017) increased by 82% compared with their graduation. Among them, the increase of undergraduate degree was 87%, and the increase of vocational colleges was 76%. In the same period, the disposable income of urban residents rose by only 26.18%.

The return of higher education is more significant among graduates from rural areas. The monthly income of the 2014 undergraduate graduates from rural areas was 3643 yuan after six months of graduation, which was higher than the average monthly income of migrant workers (2864 yuan). Three years later (in 2017), the monthly income of the 2014 undergraduate rural graduates was 6702 yuan, and the increase was 84% compared with the six months after graduation, while the monthly average income of rural migrant workers in 2017 was 3485 yuan. (more news, please pay attention to the new Gazette WeChat number: bjnews_xjb)

Editor in responsibility: Yu Pengfei


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