A jeweler’s salary in China is about 1,200 yuan ($2,300) a month.

A worker’s salary is about 10 times that, or about $3,000 a month, according to the Chinese Bureau of Statistics.

In other words, a worker earns about 10 percent of what a jewelers salary would be in the U.S.

A worker’s wage in the country could range from $40,000 to $60,000.

A single jeweler making $40K a year would make about $6,800 a month in China.

A Chinese jeweler can earn about $1,000 per hour working in the factories and warehouses of China’s capital.

That’s about $60 per hour.

A typical American working in China earns about $2,400 per year, according a report from the New York Times.

That would mean that a full-time American worker making $80K would make $30,000 in China in a year.

If a worker is working 12-hour days in China, the average Chinese worker earns just $20 per hour, according the Times.

In the U., a typical worker making minimum wage earns about 20 cents an hour, or $0.12 an hour.

This is about half what a worker making the same salary in the United States would make.

A full-timing American worker earning minimum wage would earn about 20 times what a minimum-wage worker would make in the US.

If the minimum wage in China were raised to $20.00 an hour for everyone in the nation, an average worker would earn around $6.2 million a year in China’s economy, according research from the University of California-Berkeley.

The report also found that many workers in China have no choice but to work in low-paid, low-skill jobs to survive.

A recent study found that more than half of the adult population of China is living in poverty.

China’s economy has been hit hard by the global financial crisis, which has left the country’s population in a deep economic downturn.

While China has been the world’s biggest economy for a long time, its economy is now growing slower than the rest of the world.

The country’s economy grew at just 2.5 percent last year, the lowest rate in more than 20 years, and the government has been struggling to manage a $2.3 trillion debt pile.