Earnings in various Canada Provinces

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Earnings in various Canada ProvincesEarnings in various Canada Provinces– Earnings in various Canada Provinces are being discussed here. For those interested in knowing about earnings and wage levels in different Canada provinces, this is a useful article.

“Are you interested in knowing earnings and salaries in different Canada provinces? Read on to know more. “

How much are the earnings of Canadians by province?—let us see here. As per the new CIS(Canadian Income Survey), based on the annual income information for the year 2012, median after-tax income of Canadian families(of two/more people) was found to be $71,700.

  • Families in four provinces, namely, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta and B.C.(British Columbia) had higher median incomes than Canadian average.
  • Albertans do best with a median income of $92,300.
  • Saskatchewan is second with $77,300
  • Ontario is third with $73,700
  • BC is fourth with $72,200.
  • People in Eastern Canada earn less.

Average hourly earnings of Canadians in 2016

Earnings classification Average hourly earnings 2016 Average hourly earnings 2014 Average hourly earnings 2012
Males $27.29 $25.93 $25.01
Females $23.55 $22.35 $21.49
Full time employees $26.91 $25.57 $24.57
Part time employees $17.93 $16.99 $16.34

 

Average weekly wages in Canada in the year 2016


profession Average weekly wage June 2016 Average weekly wage June 2014 Average weekly wage June 2012
Forestry, logging and support $1,036 $1,055 $973
Mining, quarrying, oil and gas extraction $1,951 $2,056 $1,815
Utilities $1,674 $1,791 $1,621
Construction $1,230 $1,208 $1,130
Manufacturing $1,095 $1,048 $1,003
Wholesale trade $1,169 $1,119 $1,054
Retail trade $571 $556 $538
Transportation & warehousing $1,044 $991 $924
Information and cultural industries $1,304 $1,142 $1,086
Finance and insurance $1,254 $1,205 $1,071
Real estate and rental and leasing
$994
$ 972 $872
Professional, scientific and technical services
$1,285
$1,320 $1,234
Management of companies and enterprises $1,474
$1,292
$1,280
Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services $808 $743
$706
Educational services
$1,051
$1,016
$1,024
Health care and social assistance $869
$852
$824
Arts, entertainment and recreation
$577
$573
$534
Accommodation and food services $382 $372 $375
Other services(excluding public administration) $804
$745
$751
Public administration $1,203 $1,181
$1,118

 

Average Hourly Wages in Canada for 2016

Profession Av. Hourly wages
Retail sales $15
Data entry clerk $18
Bookkeeper $20
Accounting clerk $20
Truck driver $22
Carpenter $24
Executive assistant $27
plumber $28
Electrician $28
Social worker $31
Architect $32
Registered nurse $38
Physiotherapist $38
Computer engineer $40
Lawyer $57
Computer & info Sys Manager $62
Engineering manager $67
Dentist $75

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