Have you ever worked for 89 years? Do you have such an experience: in the past three or five years, wages have risen fairly fast. In the last year or two, the space for wage increases has become smaller and smaller, and some people have not even risen wages for several years? At the same time, the cost of living in marriage and childbirth, child education, parental care and other aspects is rising day by day & hellip; if you have a personal experience of this, perhaps you have fallen into the & ldquo; middle-income trap & rdquo; just like most middle-class families. To overcome this trap, first of all, we need to find out its way. The pressure from the macroeconomic level has more than 4,000 US dollars per capita GDP since 2010. After becoming a middle-income country formally, the per capita GDP has more than doubled in a few years. In 2017, China's per capita GDP broke through 9,100 US dollars. Based on the current speed of China's economic development and internal and external conditions, it has made a breakthrough in “ moderate.