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Petit point Ayi entre Shanghai et le sud...

Discussion dans 'Informations Chine' créé par - Résistons -, 11 Octobre 2014.

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    Bonjour,
    Un article/statistique qui pourrait intéresser certains, notamment dans l'information salariale (Par heure a Shanghai, je trouve le taux légèrement excessif, ce serait plus autour des 22/25 yuan)

    Je vous laisse le découvrir, en anglais...


    "Housekeeping business database lays out ayi earnings in the city
    Hiring an ayi in Shanghai is often more expensive than in southern boom cities Guangzhou and Shenzhen, according to a report by a housekeeping business database and booking platform.

    However, in some areas of domestic service, employers in Guangdong Province cities must pay more than those in Shanghai, found Shanghai-based Yunjiazheng — which means Cloud Housekeeping.

    Yunjiazheng based its findings on records of 120,000 domestic helpers from 1,000 companies in the three cities registered on its website.

    Most of the ayi — Chinese for auntie — are middle aged women, the research found.

    The average wage for a live-in ayi in Shanghai is 3,620 yuan (US$590) per month, while in Guangzhou and Shenzhen it's 3,165 and 3,304, respectively, said the report. In those cities, 99 percent of ayi charge less than 4,000 yuan a month, while 69 percent in Shanghai do so.

    Ayi who live in their own homes charge 3,204 yuan per month on average in Shanghai, in comparison with 2,488 yuan in Guangzhou and 3,034 yuan in Shenzhen.

    For ayi who charge by the hour, 30 yuan per hour is the going rate in Shanghai and Shenzhen, rising to 35 yuan per hour with some companies in Guangzhou.

    Ayi taking care of new mothers and their babies — yuesao in Chinese — are most expensive. In Shanghai they earn 6,837 yuan a month on average, compared to 6,176 yuan in Shenzhen but 7,162 yuan per month in Guangzhou.

    Those caring for children aged from 3 months old to 6 years earned an average of 4,369 yuan a month in Shanghai, while ayi caring for seniors make on average 3,208 a month in the city."

    http://www.ecns.cn/2014/10-11/137886.shtml
     
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    Pour continuer dans la journée de l'Ayi... :)
    Il manquerait plus de 200 000 Ayi a Shanghai.
    Il y a plus de 2 000 sociétés de Ayi qui ont dans leur base de donnée environ 600 000 Ayi.

    Les secteurs en "pénuries" seraient le baby sitting, intéressant pour nos étudiants du forum par exemple, l Ayi a domicile ( C est a dire vivant chez son employeur) et l aide a domicile pour personne âgée.

    66% des Ayi sont âgées entre 30 et 50 ans.

    Article sur shanghaidaily

    "‘200,000 shortfall in number of domestic staff’

    SHANGHAI has a shortfall of nearly 200,000 ayi, according to the Cloud Housekeeping booking platform for household services.

    There are more than 2,000 housekeeping service companies registered in the city, with nearly 600,000 domestic helpers on their books, said the company in its survey.

    But this is still 200,000 too few ayi, and the situation is worse during the Spring Festival, as many are migrant workers and return to their home towns for the extended holiday.

    The worst shortages lie with high-demand helpers — such as babysitters, home-stay housekeepers and carer staff for seniors.

    The agency said 55 percent of Shanghai ayi are between 40 and 50 years old, with 21 percent between 30 and 40.

    Under 30s account for 5.5 percent of the city ayi workforce.

    Some 29 percent of ayi working in Shanghai attended senior high schools or higher educational institutions, according to Cloud Housekeeping."

    http://www.shanghaidaily.com/metro/...all-in-number-of-domestic-staff/shdaily.shtml
     
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    Il suffit de faire comme à HK : les importer des Philippines ou d’Indonésie...
     
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    C est déjà fait, y en a pas mal... Mais reste le problème de visa/permis de séjour.
     

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