Average Wages in Canada 2015

Average hourly wages of employees in Canada

August 2015

$26.00 Men age 15 and over
$22.51 Women age 15 and over

$27.60 Both sexes age 25 to 54

$39.72 Management Occupations, all ages, both sexes

$16.97 Sales and Service occupations, all ages, both sexes

$20.59 Processing and Manufacturing occupations, all ages, both sexes

Source: Statistics Canada – Government of Canada

Based on 38 hours per week and 52 weeks per year, those hourly rates converted to Annual would be about:

$26.00 per hour = $51,376 annual
$22.51 per hour = $44,480 annual
$27.60 per hour = $54,538 annual
$39.72 per hour = $78,487 annual
$16.97 per hour = $33,533 annual
$20.59 per hour = $40,686 annual

Annual Average Wage for all Canadians 2014

At the end of last year, as of December 2014, the average wage for Canadian employees was $943 a week – or just over $49,000 a year.

Average weekly earnings (including overtime) for all employees in Canada
http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/150226/t150226b001-eng.htm

Average Annual Wage in each Canadian province 2014

$74,765 Northwest Territories
$62,034 Nunavut
$60,477 Alberta
$53,712 Yukon
$52,585 Newfoundland and Labrador
$51,787 Saskatchewan
$49,090 Ontario
$46,900 British Columbia
$45,776 Manitoba
$44,621 Quebec
$44,024 New Brunswick
$42,992 Nova Scotia
$41,194 Prince Edward Island

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