Occupations and average salaries for Canada – 2018
Posted on February 2, 2018
Canada offers quite high salaries to immigrant workers who possess the right skills and look for jobs at the right places. The pay package will suffice to quickly pay off student loans and start a life in Canada. Nevertheless, the tough competition mandates that the skills must be on the high end of your profile. This can be through volunteer work or part-time jobs. Relocating to destinations that offer good salaries is also a viable option, as quoted by the Slice CA.
Below mentioned are a few entry-level jobs that offer best starting salaries as revealed by the Workopolis.
IT Business Analyst:
The average annual salary for an IT Business Analyst in Canada is between $97,000 and $46,000. It is a fast-paced career. Some of the best places for tech startups are Montreal, Vancouver, and Toronto.
The starting salary for a Financial Advisor will be in the range $70,000 to $35,000 annually. High numbers of jobs for these professionals are in British Columbia and Ontario.
The average yearly pay package for a Registered Nurse will be between $88,000 and $45,000. It is one of the high-demand Canadian jobs. It is actually anticipated that Canadian job market will have a scarcity of registered nurses in the future years.
|S.NO.||Occupations||Annual salary in CAD|
|3||School Teachers & College Lecturers||53,000|
|4||Electronics, Telecommunication & Electrical Engineers||87,000|
|5||Industrial, Mechanical & Production Engineers||68,000|
|6||Chemical & Material Engineers||77,000|
|7||Civil Engineering Professionals||83,000|
|8||IT Professionals||75,000 to 85,00|
|9||Nurse & General Physicians||89,000|
|11||Restaurant Managers, Supervisors, Chefs & Cooks||32,000|
|12||Admin Managers & Supervisors||58,000|