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Q: Is there a salary gap between Shanghai and Beijing?

Hesitating where to go for my job-hunting. I heard the average salary is higher in Shanghai - is that true?

9 years 47 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shanghai

 
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Even if Beijing paid twice as much as Shanghai I would not work and live in Beijing.

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Even if Beijing paid twice as much as Shanghai I would not work and live in Beijing.

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Even if Beijing paid twice as much as Shanghai I would not work and live in Beijing.

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It‘s true, but the expense is much higher in Shanghai as well~
So think about it carefully.

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as the house rent in Beijing is much higher than that in Shanghai , thus, in general, the average salary in Beijing is higher than that of Shanghai. 

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