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Canadian Full-Time Average Hourly Earnings 2009

Earnings ClassificationAverage Hourly Earnings
2009
Average Hourly Earnings
2008
Males$23.84($23.44)
Females$20.18($19.83)
All Employees$23.59($21.66)

Average Weekly Wages in Canada in 2009

ProfessionAverage Weekly Wage
Aug 2009
Average Weekly Wage
Aug 2008
Forestry, logging and support$828$812
Mining and quarrying, and oil and gas extraction$1,527$1,524
Utilities$1,557$1,422
Construction$1,030$1,023
Manufacturing$921$943
Wholesale trade$1,018$960
Retail trade$479$486
Transportation and warehousing$866$873
Information and cultural industries$1,108$992
Finance and insurance$1,071$1,014
Real estate and rental and leasing$745$783
Professional, scientific and technical services$1,121$1,065
Management of companies and enterprises$1,166$1,038
Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services$662$677
Educational services$907$865
Health care and social assistance$776$752
Arts, entertainment and recreation$536$502
Accommodation and food services$336$335
Other services (excluding public administration)$677$667
Public administration$1,085$1,028

Looking at jobs throughout Canada, typical wages are as follows:
Average Hourly Wages in Canada in 2007

ProfessionAverage Hourly Wage
Retail Sales / Sales Clerk$11
Data Entry Clerk$15
Bookkeeper$16
Accounting Clerk$17
Truck Driver$19
Plumber$22
Carpenter$22
Executive Assistant$22
Electrician$25
Architect$27
Social Worker$28
Registered Nurse$32
Computer Engineer (not software)$33
Physiotherapist$34
Lawyer$36
Computer and Info Systems Manager$37
Engineering Manager$45
Dentist$60