Roar with sympathy! The report on the status quo of China's diaosi in 2014 released
The 2014 Diosi Survival Status Report was jointly conducted by Peking University's Market and Media Research Center and Ganji. The survey was conducted from September 2014 to October 9, 1. A total of 10 questionnaires were collected, covering more than 1 large, medium and small cities. , Which fully reflects the living conditions of the grassroots in the workplace.
Diaosi (or "Diaosi") is a collective label for the grassroots in today's Chinese society. It is also a social self-deprecating phenomenon. It usually refers to a person who is short, poor, ugly, frustrated, embarrassed, stupid, and fat. These characteristics, and these characteristics are the satirical terms produced after the prosperity of Chinese Internet culture.
Diaosi began to be commonly used as people called "short, rich, and poor" (as opposed to "high, rich and handsome"). Their most distinctive feature is poverty. For Diaosi, houses, cars, etc. are unattainable dreams.
Under the pressure of survival, although Diaosi people are generally dissatisfied with their lives, they still have not given up on their efforts to achieve life reversal. This group of people is rarely paid attention to, but it does not prevent them from using their own strength to support themselves, their families, and even the grassroots society.
Changchun, Taurus, the most distressed wire in agriculture and forestry
Average monthly income is 2900, 30% of total consumption for three meals is less than XNUMX yuan
Almost half of them do not work overtime, and XNUMX% of overtime work is not paid for overtime
37.8% think they have a mental illness
Sleep and online shopping
XNUMX. Love and family
Four adults spend less than 500 per month on love
Green Tiande Garden