The Canadian Salary Survey provides a summary of the range of salaries that are currently being earned by professionals in each of numerous skilled occupations, listed as A, B, or 0 on the National Occupation Classification (NOC).

A wide range of factors will affect the salary that a professional is entitled to, including prior experience and education, industry, and specific skills and attributes. Salaries are provided only as means of reference. Occupations have been alphabetically sorted for convenience:

 

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |

A [see Canadian Salary Range A]

Accountants, Actuaries; Aerospace Engineers; Agricultural Engineers; Air Traffic Controllers; Aircraft Inspectors; Aircraft Instrument Mechanics and Technicians; Aircraft Mechanics; Animal Health Technologists; Applied Chemical Technicians and Technologists; Architects, Archivists; Art Directors; Astronomers; Audiologists; Avionics Inspectors, Mechanics, and Technicians.

B [see Canadian Salary Range B]

Biologists, Biomedical Engineers.

C [see Canadian Salary Range C]

Chefs and Specialist Chefs; Chemical Engineers; Chemists; Civil Engineering Technicians and Technologists; Civil Engineers; Clinical Perfusionists; Community Pharmacists and Hospital Pharmacists; Computer Hardware Engineers; Computer Programmers; Computer Systems Analysts; Conservation and Fishery Officers; Cooks; Copywriters; Credit Managers.

D [see Canadian Salary Range D]

Dental Hygienists; Dental Technicians; Directors; Directors of Photography; Drafting Technicians and Technologists.

E [see Canadian Salary Range E]

Economic Development Officers and Marketing Researchers and Consultants; Economists and Economic Policy Researchers and Analysts; Editors; Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technicians and Technologists; Electrical and Electronics Engineers; Engineering Physicists and Engineering Scientists; Executive Chefs.

F [see Canadian Salary Range F]

Film Editors; Film, Television and Radio Producers; Financial and Investment Analysts; Financial Auditors; Financial Managers; Flight Dispatchers; Flight Engineers (Second Officers); Flying Instructors; Food Processing Engineers; Forestry Professionals.

G [see Canadian Salary Range G]

Geographic Information System (GIS) Technologists and Technicians; Geologists, Geochemists and Geophysicists.

H [see Canadian Salary Range H]

Horticulturalists.

I [see Canadian Salary Range I]

Industrial and Manufacturing Engineers; Industrial Electricians; Industrial Engineering and Manufacturing Technicians and Technologists; Industrial Instrument Technicians and Mechanics; Industrial Pharmacists; Inspectors, Weights and Measures.

J [see Canadian Salary Range J]

Jewellers and Related Workers.

K [N/A]

L [see Canadian Salary Range L]

Landscape Architects; Landscape Designers and Landscape Architectural Technicians and Technologists; Legal Assistants and Paralegals; Librarians; Library and Archive Technicians and Assistants; Linguists.

M [see Canadian Salary Range M]

Management Consultants; Marine and Naval Engineers; Materials Scientists Mathematicians; Mechanical Engineering Technicians and Technologists; Mechanical Engineers; Medical Laboratory Technologists; Medical Sonographers; Medical Transcriptionists; Metallurgical and Materials Engineers; Metallurgists; Meteorological Technicians; Meteorologists; Microbiologists and Cell and Molecular Biologists; Mining Engineers.

N [see Canadian Salary Range N]

Nuclear Medicine Technologists.

O [see Canadian Salary Range O]

Occupational Therapists.

P [see Canadian Salary Range P]

Pathologists'Assistants; Pharmacists; Photogrammetric Technologists and Technicians; Physicists; Physiotherapists; Pilots; Psychologists.

Q [N/A]

R [see Canadian Salary Range R]

Radiation Therapists and Radiography Technologists; Respiratory Therapists; Retail and Wholesale Buyers.

S [see Canadian Salary Range S]

Social Workers; Software Engineers; Soil Scientists; Sous-Chefs; Specialists in Human Resources; Speech-Language Pathologists; Statisticians.

T [see Canadian Salary Range T]

Technical Sales Specialists, Wholesale Trade; Technical Writers; Textile Engineers; Tool and Die Makers; Travel Counsellors.

U [see Canadian Salary Range U]

Urban and Land Use Planners.

V [see Canadian Salary Range V]

Veterinarians.

W [see Canadian Salary Range W]

Welders.

X [N/A]

Y [N/A]

Z [N/A]

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