It is estimated that the average child in the United States is earning between $5,000 and $10,000 a year.
But that’s just a rough estimate.
As we’ve reported, the average annual wage for a child in China is about $13,000, which would put the average wage in the country at about $80,000.
This isn’t the only way in which Chinese children are earning a lot more than Americans.
For example, in the U.S., a single child can earn between $10 and $20,000 per year.
However, Chinese children can earn up to $40,000 or more annually.
And the average Chinese child can expect to earn $40 million or more in the lifetime.
In other words, it’s not uncommon to hear Chinese parents talk about their children’s salary, or their children being able to buy an apartment, a car or a house.
This is something you need to know if you want to make money for your family.
So if you’re wondering how much your child is earning and whether it’s fair to pay them that much, here are some things to keep in mind.
What’s the average salary in China?
China’s annual median wage for all adults is roughly $22,500.
But, for some special cases, the median is much higher.
For instance, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) estimates that the median wage in China for children is about 65 percent of the median for all workers.
And this includes the special circumstances that some parents find to be particularly hard to deal with.
Some parents who are able to work full-time or even part-time may only make $15,000 to $20 and a half of what their counterparts in the West make, while others can earn even more.
And in other cases, parents who have a child who has special needs may earn more than their counterparts with no special needs.
And as we’ve mentioned, some families may only have a limited amount of money to spend on the kids, so some parents might even have to give up the home they currently live in and move to a smaller place to raise their child.
This may make it difficult for them to find an affordable place to live, but it also makes it harder for them and the kids to survive.
And for the average household in China, the cost of living in the capital city of Beijing is higher than in most other parts of the country.
And a large portion of this is because of high rent and high taxes.
So, for example, the standard rent in Beijing for a one-bedroom apartment is around $2,000 for a two-bedroom unit, but if the family pays that rent on a monthly basis, the rent can run up to about $20 per month.
This also means that most people in Beijing are paying higher rents than in other cities, even though they are able.
The cost of food, gas and other essentials for basic living and basic needs can add up fast in Beijing.
And there are many different kinds of housing, depending on the family size.
So while the average monthly rent in Shanghai may be about $800, in Beijing it can run to more than $2 and a bit more than that.
So even if the median household income in China does not exceed $40 000 per year, many families in China are still paying a lot of money for food and other basic needs.
So how much do parents actually earn?
Most Chinese families will expect their children to earn as much as they can.
If they’re not able to do this, they may have to pay their child a lower salary.
For some families, this means raising their child as a single parent, and in other families, the child may be able to take on a more flexible role in the household.
But the majority of families in Beijing expect their child to earn enough money that they can afford to live in a two or three-bedroom home.
This can include a one bedroom or two- or three bedroom apartment, but often there are no more than four or five bedrooms in a three- or four-bedroom house.
And if they do manage to pay off their mortgage, they are not required to pay for a mortgage.
But for many families, paying off their mortgages can be quite difficult.
So many Chinese parents pay off the mortgage on a first-come-first-served basis, meaning that if they have to wait for their childrens’ approval to move into their new home, they will often wait until their child is about four or even five years old to move in.
In these cases, a family may be forced to spend a lot on rent, or have to find a new place to rent, if they can’t afford to pay.
As a result, parents in China sometimes have to borrow money from relatives or friends to help cover the rent and other expenses.
And many parents will also borrow money to buy their children a house, as well as other basic goods and