Average Salary in Canada 【Updated 2022】 | CareerExplorer

Average Salary in Canada for the year 2022 is CAD$ 120,000 Per Year

A person working in Canada typically earns around 120,000 CAD per year. Salaries range from 30,200 CAD (lowest average) to 534,000 CAD (highest average, actual maximum salary is higher).

Average Salary in Canada 2022:

EXPERIENCEMONTHLY SALARY
Less than 2 years30,200 CAD
More than 2 years120,000 CAD
More than 5 years534,000 CAD

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Average Salary in Canada by Job Titles in 2022:

Job Title Average Salary
Accounting and Finance
Accountant 80,600 CAD
Accounting Assistant 65,600 CAD
Accounting Manager 178,000 CAD
Bookkeeper 57,700 CAD
Chartered Accountant 104,000 CAD
Corporate Treasurer 154,000 CAD
Financial Analyst 160,000 CAD
Financial Manager 241,000 CAD
Internal Auditor 109,000 CAD
Administration / Reception / Secretarial
Administrative Assistant 65,800 CAD
Office Manager 108,000 CAD
Receptionist 54,800 CAD
Secretary 53,500 CAD
Advertising / Grapic Design / Events
Art Director 124,000 CAD
Creative Director 120,000 CAD
Graphic Designer 75,800 CAD
Photographer 65,100 CAD
Airlines / Aviation / Aerospace / Defense
Aerospace Engineer 154,000 CAD
Air Traffic Controller 137,000 CAD
Flight Attendant 82,800 CAD
Pilot 205,000 CAD
Architecture
Architect 147,000 CAD
CAD Drafter 59,400 CAD
Automotive
Mechanic 44,600 CAD
Service Advisor 80,200 CAD
Banking
Bank Branch Manager 224,000 CAD
Teller 46,700 CAD
Bilingual
Teacher 93,700 CAD
Translator 104,000 CAD
Business Planning
Business Analyst 154,000 CAD
Business Development Manager 191,000 CAD
Project Manager 148,000 CAD
Care Giving and Child Care
Nanny 47,900 CAD
Nursery Teacher 46,200 CAD
Construction / Building / Installation
Civil Engineer 111,000 CAD
Construction Project Manager 204,000 CAD
Health and Safety Officer 52,400 CAD
Customer Service and Call Center
Call Center Representative 45,300 CAD
Customer Service Manager 170,000 CAD
Customer Service Representative 44,400 CAD
Engineering
Civil Engineer 107,000 CAD
Electrical Engineer 116,000 CAD
Engineer 109,000 CAD
Mechanical Engineer 118,000 CAD
Executive and Management
Chief Executive Officer 268,000 CAD
Chief Financial Officer 243,000 CAD
General Manager 220,000 CAD
Project Manager 140,000 CAD
Food / Hospitality / Tourism / Catering
Chef 72,500 CAD
Executive Chef 90,400 CAD
Hotel Manager 225,000 CAD
Receptionist 46,100 CAD
Travel Agent 72,400 CAD
Waiter / Waitress 37,600 CAD
Health and Medical
Dentist 274,000 CAD
Dietitian 242,000 CAD
Laboratory Technician 93,400 CAD
Nurse 95,500 CAD
Human Resources
Human Resources Manager 178,000 CAD
Human Resources Officer 74,900 CAD
Information Technology
Computer Technician 92,600 CAD
Database Administrator 124,000 CAD
Developer / Programmer 117,000 CAD
Information Technology Manager 189,000 CAD
Network Engineer 99,400 CAD
Law Enforcement / Security / Fire
Police Officer 72,100 CAD
Legal
Attorney 244,000 CAD
Legal Assistant 61,900 CAD
Media / Broadcasting / Arts / Entertainment
Journalist 137,000 CAD
Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology
Biomedical Engineer 98,500 CAD
Pharmacist 151,000 CAD
Sales Retail and Wholesale
Cashier 43,700 CAD
Sales Manager 199,000 CAD
Sales Representative 78,000 CAD
Teaching / Education
Elementary School Teacher 83,000 CAD
Secondary School Teacher 95,900 CAD

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oh yeah today we want to talk about average salary in Canada and particularly we’re going to talk about Toronto Ontario because we live here so we know this information more and again this is official information released by the statistic Canada so it’s not our we didn’t make it up but we do agree that numbers are pretty accurate and especially like we want to show you the difference between salaries for last 10 years so as of end of last year which is 2017 because now we have 2018 and this numbers not released yet so the average wage for Canadian employee was about one thousand a week somewhere between 950 and 1004 thousand a month and it’s a little bit over than 50 thousand a year and very interesting that this increase was pretty significant for last ten

years because it’s about ten thousand more than it was ten years ago so as you see it’s all also growing and you have room to grow as well here as a newcomer and also about salary in Toronto we realize that this price a little bit higher than average Canadian wage

Written by Alisa Stewart