Going by the Statistics Canada’s recent update on average salaries across the country, Canadian employees have earned considerably more than what was obtainable back in 2016.
According to this report, there has been a steady rise in basic salary, on the average received by an employee since 2013. As of September 2017, it was put at $986 per week, and annually, just above $51,000. Putting this into perspective, it reveals an increase of 3.1 percent over the same period from last year.
Average Canadian Salary
Below is a quick glance into the Canadian Salary (on average) Structure arranged by territory:
Average Salaries across Canada in 2017
As observed in the past year, the most obvious increases in salary were seen in the fields of accommodation and food services, the earnings in these areas increased by 6.1 % to $20,488 per annum. The next industry with a substantial increase was the information and cultural industries, which had an increment of 3.9% over a 12 month period.
Here is the Average Salaries Earned by Canadian Residents by Sector:
Would you like to know what you can earn with the number and kind of jobs available in Canada? Thankfully, we have carried out the research and have selected five jobs that are high in-demand with the promise to pay over $90,000.
As a point of interest, the total number of jobs available per position could change. The numbers listed below are based on the results available at the time of this release.
Total number of jobs posted and available on Workopolis: 6699
Salary range for a project manager: $48,910 – $113,053
Total number of available jobs: 3845
Salary range for a business analyst: $46,642 – $92,975
Total number of jobs posted and available on Workopolis: 1801
Salary range for a registered nurse: 47,882 – $90,777
Total number of jobs posted and available on Workopolis: 793
Salary range for a sales account executive: $31,173 – $102,353
Total number of jobs posted and available on Workopolis: 768
Salary range for a sales account executive: $41,808 – $135,490
What do you currently earn? Is it enough to cater for your needs and that of your family? Why manage or live with financial constraints when you can have the full package? Maybe it’s time to seek out something better in one of the most immigrant-friendly locations in the world