By Tai Yan Zhang
BEIJING POPULATION - Beijing is China’s second most populous city, after Shanghai.
Beijing’s population has exceeded 22 million from 1 November 2010 raised, with migrants from other China provinces, primarily contribute to the rapid growth, the statistics office of the Beijing city said.
Beijing is the capital of the People’s Republic of China, a China Central four municipalities, the national stock exchange political, cultural and international center. Beijing is located at the north end of the North China Plain, south-eastern region and connected to the rest surrounded by Hebei Province and Tianjin. Beijing is the second largest city of China, is also the total area of China and a hub of air traffic and clearing the most important national and international.
The Population number of permanent residents in Beijing is now 19.612 million to 6.043 million people or 44.5 percent a decade ago, the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Statistics said in a statement. The statement quoted sixth national census report conducted last year.
Beijing, an average annual population growth of 3.8 percent in the last 10 years has exceeded the national average of 0.57 percent, the statement said.
The population of mainland China rose to $ 1.34 billion, 73.9 million more than in 2000, according to data from the census by the National Bureau of Statistics published.
The statement said that immigrants who have resettled in other provinces to Beijing are the largest share of the growth of the population of Beijing.
Beijing Local Population
The number of permanent residents has led to Beijing from other parts of China doubled to $ 7,045,000, with an average annual growth rate of 10.6 percent and accounting for 35.9 percent of the total of permanent residents of the city. The ratio is a significant increase over the 18.9 percent 10 years ago, the statement said.
Beijing Migrant Population
This means that everyone is third with permanent residence in Beijing, a migrant from outside of Beijing.
“Ten years ago, one in five residents is an immigrant in Beijing, has as one of three today, however. Growing population of Beijing soared because of the height” spin-in “human migrants.”
Influx of migrants to the city brings challenges for the city manager in the future, according to Gu. However, the economic and social development of Beijing, also depends on new and innovative talents from other regions, and a steady supply of labor, said Gu.
In the meantime, the influx of migrants, said the most aged between 15 and 60, to help alleviate the problem of aging of Beijing.
Elderly population in Beijing
According to census data last year, Beijing has 1.71 million people aged 65 years, which is 8.7 percent of the total population. This ratio is up 0.3 percentage points more than 10 years ago, the statement said.