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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4152 Social Workers View salary averages
2173 Software Engineers View salary averages
2115 Soil Scientists View salary averages
6241 Sous-Chefs View salary averages
1121 Specialists in Human Resources View salary averages
3141 Speech-Language Pathologists View salary averages
2161 Statisticians View salary averages
2162 Software Consultants - ERP View salary averages
2173 Software Engineers View salary averages
2173 Software Developers View salary averages
2162 Systems Analyst View salary averages
2163 Scientific Programmers View salary averages

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