An electrician school in a remote part of China earns about $25,000 a year and that’s in the form of wages.

That’s in addition to the fees it pays its teachers, and also includes other benefits, such as free hospital visits and healthcare.

But the average salary for an electrician at one of the city’s public schools is about $10,000.

The average salary at a public school in the remote village of Yinyang is about half of the average in Shanghai, according to a BBC News report from April.

Many parents have complained about the cost of the education system and are unhappy that the schools are run by private contractors, not local government.

Chinese education has become one of China’s biggest challenges for the country’s struggling economy.

China is facing an unprecedented financial crisis, with a slowing economy and the worst capital outflows in years.

China’s education system is not doing enough to meet the needs of the most vulnerable students and has been accused of failing to properly address the challenges of an ageing population.

More than 100 million students are now expected to enter compulsory education in the next five years, with many schools struggling to meet demand.

In November, China launched the national National Education Plan to set out a plan to address the education crisis.

“We need to focus on providing better schools, teaching more students and improving the quality of education,” said Xu Yang, an expert on education at the National Chengchi University in Guangzhou.

But some teachers and parents have said the education they receive is not sufficient.

According to the Shanghai Education Office, one of more than a dozen schools in the village of Xiwang, which is close to the Chinese border, teachers earn an average of $5,500 a year, with some receiving more.

A teacher at the school in Yinyan told BBC News: “We can’t afford to give our students this quality of school.

It’s a huge amount of money for us.”

The money we make from these salaries is not enough to provide quality education.

The money is not going to be spent on our students.

“The school is run by an NGO, and teachers do not get any of the money they make from their salaries.

The school is currently struggling to pay teachers, according the BBC.

Xiwang is located in a region of the country that has been experiencing a rapid rise in the number of migrant workers, and it has a large population of ethnic minorities.

It is home to a large number of migrants from the countryside, many of whom are unemployed and living in slums, according data from the United Nations Development Programme.

This year, the number who applied for permanent residency in China dropped to 7,300, a decline of more 30% compared with last year, according a report by the World Bank.

An increasing number of children are fleeing their homes because they can no longer afford to pay the fees, the World Development Report said.

At the local government schools in Xiwan, the teacher said that it was too difficult for him to find enough teachers for his classes.

We need more teachers because if the government doesn’t pay our teachers then they will not have enough money to teach them, the electrician said.

The local government said it had not received any complaints from parents.