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Cost of Living in China vs US
Both China and the United States have their own advantages and disadvantages, and this article will provide a quick comparison of how much it costs to live in each nation.
A lot of money may be made in the United States, but a lot of it is spent on paying the bills. In contrast, despite rising living expenses, the total cost of products and services in China remains lower than in the majority of Western nations. This opens the door to a comfortable way of life and a respectable wage.
China compared. the United States: Renting Costs
$500 - $1,000 a month in the US.
Between $400 and $500 a month is typical in China.
Rent is almost often among the most expensive expenses you have to deal with on a monthly basis. In the United States, unless you were still living with your parents, you'd have to pay at least $800 a month for an apartment.
Rent is quite reasonable in China. When it comes to renting a single apartment in Tier 2 or Tier 3 cities, you may get away with a monthly rent of $300. However, in Tier 1 cities, the price can go as high as $700 per month.
Comparing Food Prices in China and the United States
$150-$250 per month in the US
$100 to $150 per month in China
Food costs in the United States continue to grow, which means that you're likely spending at least $50-$75 a week on food. If you don't go out to eat very frequently, you may be able to save money on dining out. If you decide to dine out in the United States, you should expect to spend between $15 and $25 each meal, even if you don't drink or just have one. Because on the location and kind of restaurant you pick, those rates might rise even more.
It's feasible to feed oneself for a week on $30 or less at China's supermarkets! Even if you don't feel like cooking, there are plenty of places to get affordable and tasty cuisine. It costs between $2 and $5 to have a standard dinner for one person.
Logistics: China vs. the U.S.
$100 to $200 per month in the United States.
Between $30 to $50 a month is typical in China.
Being able to drive yourself means you may have been responsible for paying for the car's upkeep as well as any insurance and gasoline costs. If you didn't have a car, you may have used the bus, a cab, or the metro. If you'd taken a cab to other places, each of those journeys would have cost you a few dollars one way or much more.
Public transit in China is very well-developed, and it's also quite affordable. It costs less than a dollar (10 to 30 cents) for a bus or metro ticket each trip, and the price varies based on the distance. Didi (China's Uber) is another wonderful choice if you want more convenience, and it's frequently twice or three times as inexpensive as the metro fare.
Cost of Utilities: China compared. the U.S.
$250 to $300 per month in the United States
Monthly fees in China range from $50 to $100
Utilities, such as power, water, gas, telephone, and Wi-Fi, eat up a large portion of most people's monthly budgets.
Depending on where you live, how much heat or air conditioning you need to use, whether you receive your water for free each month, and what sort of phone and internet plan you have, all of these things might add up to $300 per month or more in the United States.
The average monthly cost of living in China is about $100 or less.