Each occupation and salary-range is accompanied by the National Occupational Classification (NOC) code which defines its duties, and education/training requirements.

As the NOC may group a broad range of occupations under any given title, a relatively wide range of salaries may be noted in certain cases.

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1122 Management Consultants View salary averages
2148 Marine Engineers View salary averages
2115 Materials Scientists View salary averages
2161 Mathematicians View salary averages
2232 Mechanical Engineering Technicians View salary averages
2232 Mechanical Engineering Technologists View salary averages
2132 Mechanical Engineers View salary averages
3211 Medical Laboratory Technologists View salary averages
3216 Medical Sonographers View salary averages
2115 Metallurgists View salary averages
2121 Microbiologists View salary averages
2121 Molecular Biologists View salary averages
2143 Mining Engineers View salary averages

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