62 NUMBER OF INDIVIDUAL WORKERS AND PEOPLE RETIRED OR RESIGNED FROM THEIR JOBS (person) (year-end)


Urban Individual
Laborers
People Retired or
Resigned
from their Jobs




Item City and
Counties
City Only City and
Counties
City Only

Total of 382 Cities 4099868 2812453 15869512 12634592
Total of 72 E.I.R.E Cities 1866446 1091043 7828485 6041233
Total of 10 S.P. Cities 452242 327677 2788247 2439636
Total of 14 O.C. Cities 426631 258039 3341698 2843982
Total of 4 S.E.Z. Cities 82423 29078 174917 87325
Beijing Municipality 31601 31601 641970 624992
Tianjin Municipality 50677 49938 473517 460567
Hebei Province 151061 106286 452411 384696
Shijiazhuang 9923 9354 85903 80536
Tangshan 17922 16134 120380 84081
Qinhuangdao 5504 4929 29373 18975
Handan 7350 7260 58116 54689
Xingtai 4215 4215 14915 12979
Baoding 44195 9356 39735 35949
Zhangjiakou 5979 5979 40965 39800
Chengde 15621 8927 18151 15974
Cangzhou 2698 2478 12843 9683
Nangong 4860 4860 1571 1571
Xinji 74 74 3809 3809
Dingzhou 3352 3352 4302 4302
Zhuozhou 10996 10996 2594 2594
Langfang 5621 5621 4218 4218
Renqiu 7210 7210 3640 3640
Potou 4110 4110 4880 4880
Hengshui 548 548 4594 4594
Shahe 883 883 2422 2422
Shanxi Province 78623 62656 309612 272693
Taiyuan 44625 31897 132807 130429
Datong 6909 6909 44402 44402
Yangquan 2345 2183 29687 24459
Chanzhi 4535 3738 43112 25772
Jincheng 7144 4864 20078 8105
Xinzhou 476 476 5174 5174
Yuci 1570 1570 12390 12390
Linfen 5671 5671 8472 8472
Houma 3146 3146 5602 5602
Yuncheng 2202 2202 7888 7888
Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region 100532 88918 270318 242559
Hohhot 12366 9231 51517 49424
Baotou 19074 17113 82005 78723
Wuhai 3365 3365 10905 10905
Chifeng 14004 7486 33534 11150
`Jining 4858 4858 14079 14079
Erenhot 532 532 319 319
Tongliao 6055 6055 9619 9619
Hailar 9859 9859 8735 8735
Manzahouli 2209 2209 6427 6427
Ulanhot 3826 3826 5218 5218
Yakeshi 7202 7202 28719 28719
Dongsheng 2997 2997 3013 3013
Zalantun 6072 6072 7968 7968
Xilinhot 2333 2333 4068 4068
Linhe 5178 5178 3680 3680
Horinger 602 602 512 512
Liaoning Province 421350 312371 1657382 1440217
Shengyang 64763 60336 474596 463664
Dalian 40826 27392 244932 214258
Anshan 61707 29267 180983 150288
Fushun 43905 25461 165616 153217

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