Wage report

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Outlook report
Note: Wage data were updated on November 27th, 2019.
Occupation
All occupations in Canada
Location
Newfoundland and Labrador (Newfoundland and Labrador)

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Wage levels in your region for all occupations in Canada
Occupation (NOC) Wages ($/hour) Note
Low Median High
Legislators (0011) 44,335 96,129 155,370
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Senior government managers and officials (0012) 15.00 35.00 68.27
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Senior managers - financial, communications and other business services (0013) 20.00 38.46 76.92
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Senior managers - health, education, social and community services and membership organizations (0014) 22.35 41.90 81.91
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Financial managers (0111) 18.23 46.15 55.38
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Purchasing managers (0113) 25.08 42.73 97.27
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Other administrative services managers (0114) 28.28 37.00 46.63
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Insurance, real estate and financial brokerage managers (0121) 21.54 44.34 61.54
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Banking, credit and other investment managers (0122) 24.00 40.87 53.85
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Advertising, marketing and public relations managers (0124) 23.13 38.46 57.95
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Engineering managers (0211) 24.52 54.87 72.12
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Architecture and science managers (0212) 32.61 47.48 63.74
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Computer and information systems managers (0213) 28.00 47.25 67.00
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Managers in health care (0311) 16.83 44.00 57.69
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Government managers - economic analysis, policy development and program administration (0412) 31.00 51.10 60.51
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Other managers in public administration (0414) 30.22 44.71 64.10
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Administrators - post-secondary education and vocational training (0421) 24.04 39.56 67.31
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School principals and administrators of elementary and secondary education (0422) 36.06 48.56 74.62
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Managers in social, community and correctional services (0423) 21.63 33.00 59.34
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Corporate sales managers (0601) 16.83 45.67 67.09
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Retail and wholesale trade managers (0621) 15.00 26.00 48.08
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Restaurant and food service managers (0631) 11.65 18.75 40.87
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Accommodation service managers (0632) 18.00 25.00 46.70
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Managers in customer and personal services, n.e.c. (0651) 12.00 27.88 75.27
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Construction managers (0711) 24.04 39.42 56.16
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Facility operation and maintenance managers (0714) 21.00 37.50 62.50
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Managers in transportation (0731) 21.15 34.19 50.00
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Managers in natural resources production and fishing (0811) 14.50 50.00 72.12
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Managers in agriculture (0821) 14.26 18.00 22.88
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Manufacturing managers (0911) 23.25 35.77 56.73
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Financial auditors and accountants (1111) 18.46 30.77 48.08
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Other financial officers (1114) 21.54 29.23 53.85
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Human resources professionals (1121) 16.17 31.00 48.90
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Professional occupations in advertising, marketing and public relations (1123) 13.30 29.98 43.96
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Supervisors, general office and administrative support workers (1211) 22.66 29.12 38.97
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Supervisors, finance and insurance office workers (1212) 20.50 31.97 42.00
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Supervisors, mail and message distribution occupations (1214) 18.75 25.86 27.00
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Supervisors, supply chain, tracking and scheduling co-ordination occupations (1215) 14.00 19.00 36.00
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Administrative officers (1221) 15.00 24.00 37.44
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Executive assistants (1222) 13.00 22.14 27.69
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Human resources and recruitment officers (1223) 15.00 24.61 43.85
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Property administrators (1224) 11.65 25.72 30.00
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Purchasing agents and officers (1225) 15.00 30.77 46.70
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Conference and event planners (1226) 11.65 22.00 29.67
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Court officers and justices of the peace (1227) 23.00 23.00 30.77
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Employment insurance, immigration, border services and revenue officers (1228) 24.04 28.58 36.41
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Administrative assistants (1241) 14.00 22.90 32.00
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Legal administrative assistants (1242) 15.00 21.43 30.00
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Medical administrative assistants (1243) 14.13 23.00 26.47
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Health information management occupations (1252) 18.00 27.15 35.84
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Records management technicians (1253) 21.63 27.00 33.33
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Accounting technicians and bookkeepers (1311) 12.50 19.23 33.65
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Insurance underwriters (1313) 17.00 22.31 35.00
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Assessors, valuators and appraisers (1314) 14.00 28.00 43.27
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General office support workers (1411) 13.00 21.95 28.57
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Receptionists (1414) 11.65 18.71 23.34
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Data entry clerks (1422) 13.00 20.00 32.65
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Accounting and related clerks (1431) 14.57 21.50 28.00
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Payroll administrators (1432) 15.40 22.81 32.21
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Collectors (1435) 13.46 24.73 33.41
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Library assistants and clerks (1451) 12.50 21.15 30.77
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Survey interviewers and statistical clerks (1454) 12.00 19.18 25.53
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Mail, postal and related workers (1511) 11.65 23.97 27.40
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Letter carriers (1512) 20.00 26.00 35.19
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Couriers, messengers and door-to-door distributors (1513) 11.65 17.50 29.50
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Shippers and receivers (1521) 12.00 18.00 36.00
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Storekeepers and partspersons (1522) 14.00 20.00 32.54
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Purchasing and inventory control workers (1524) 12.08 17.50 26.74
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Dispatchers (1525) 12.00 22.85 32.65
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Geoscientists and oceanographers (2113) 22.00 44.53 57.69
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Biologists and related scientists (2121) 30.23 38.00 55.74
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Civil engineers (2131) 16.40 37.96 60.00
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Mechanical engineers (2132) 12.00 43.27 72.12
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Electrical and electronics engineers (2133) 28.85 43.59 54.00
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Industrial and manufacturing engineers (2141) 20.00 37.20 75.00
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Petroleum engineers (2145) 20.00 38.46 69.71
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Other professional engineers, n.e.c. (2148) 18.00 38.50 55.90
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Urban and land use planners (2153) 30.77 33.84 67.71
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Land surveyors (2154) 21.65 31.25 42.85
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Mathematicians, statisticians and actuaries (2161) 26.67 41.54 73.00
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Information systems analysts and consultants (2171) 27.93 36.06 48.21
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Database analysts and data administrators (2172) 16.35 29.33 47.26
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Software engineers and designers (2173) 23.20 37.02 50.72
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Computer programmers and interactive media developers (2174) 25.00 33.65 51.25
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Geological and mineral technologists and technicians (2212) 15.80 23.08 57.69
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Biological technologists and technicians (2221) 14.25 21.00 28.99
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Agricultural and fish products inspectors (2222) 18.01 32.56 38.71
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Conservation and fishery officers (2224) 20.00 32.00 42.56
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Civil engineering technologists and technicians (2231) 21.00 27.00 67.31
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Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians (2232) 16.87 32.00 40.00
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Construction estimators (2234) 25.00 30.77 50.48
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Electrical and electronics engineering technologists and technicians (2241) 21.00 38.50 59.34
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Electronic service technicians (household and business equipment) (2242) 15.00 27.40 41.00
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Drafting technologists and technicians (2253) 19.00 27.40 38.46
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Technical occupations in geomatics and meteorology (2255) 26.47 31.00 35.00
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Non-destructive testers and inspection technicians (2261) 24.00 35.52 58.00
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Engineering inspectors and regulatory officers (2262) 23.00 33.33 50.00
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Inspectors in public and environmental health and occupational health and safety (2263) 18.50 32.00 43.96
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Construction inspectors (2264) 26.00 37.00 51.28
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Air traffic controllers and related occupations (2272) 19.23 38.46 75.00
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Deck officers, water transport (2273) 19.23 37.00 57.23
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Engineer officers, water transport (2274) 22.00 32.00 57.23
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Computer network technicians (2281) 22.75 32.06 42.31
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User support technicians (2282) 21.63 30.00 34.87
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Nursing co-ordinators and supervisors (3011) 20.00 39.05 47.60
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Registered nurses and registered psychiatric nurses (3012) 27.97 40.02 45.44
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Specialist physicians (3111) 132,404 288,165 561,296
General practitioners and family physicians (3112) 80,795 184,587 324,593
Pharmacists (3131) 72,744 97,557 130,905
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Dietitians and nutritionists (3132) 11.65 39.00 44.00
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Audiologists and speech-language pathologists (3141) 35.00 39.42 43.27
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Physiotherapists (3142) 19.23 36.02 45.59
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Occupational therapists (3143) 39.50 41.00 45.59
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Medical laboratory technologists (3211) 29.62 35.70 44.33
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Medical laboratory technicians and pathologists' assistants (3212) 22.81 25.02 38.75
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Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians (3213) 13.88 15.25 26.00
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Medical radiation technologists (3215) 30.78 36.00 44.78
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Other medical technologists and technicians (except dental health) (3219) 11.65 16.00 26.67
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Dental hygienists and dental therapists (3222) 21.19 38.02 57.00
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Opticians (3231) 16.00 25.16 33.00
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Licensed practical nurses (3233) 23.00 27.52 29.50
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Paramedical occupations (3234) 18.50 26.00 30.00
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Other technical occupations in therapy and assessment (3237) 12.00 25.71 35.90
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Dental assistants (3411) 16.25 20.00 25.96
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Nurse aides, orderlies and patient service associates (3413) 12.50 17.00 25.50
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Other assisting occupations in support of health services (3414) 18.00 21.47 27.00
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University professors and lecturers (4011) 16.67 48.08 71.79
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Post-secondary teaching and research assistants (4012) 11.65 24.04 42.79
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College and other vocational instructors (4021) 20.72 36.00 55.00
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Secondary school teachers (4031) 30.00 44.23 70.77
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Elementary school and kindergarten teachers (4032) 26.92 43.27 54.95
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Educational counsellors (4033) 22.60 37.50 51.67
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Lawyers and Quebec notaries (4112) 55,248 131,203 279,002
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Social workers (4152) 23.00 38.00 44.10
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Family, marriage and other related counsellors (4153) 16.38 32.00 39.42
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Professional occupations in religion (4154) 12.00 19.23 28.85
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Employment counsellors (4156) 21.54 24.00 37.36
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Natural and applied science policy researchers, consultants and program officers (4161) 30.22 45.05 57.69
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Business development officers and marketing researchers and consultants (4163) 18.70 35.73 54.35
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Social policy researchers, consultants and program officers (4164) 15.80 40.51 46.70
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Health policy researchers, consultants and program officers (4165) 22.50 38.77 49.23
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Paralegal and related occupations (4211) 16.25 21.98 25.00
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Social and community service workers (4212) 15.00 21.50 30.22
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Early childhood educators and assistants (4214) 11.65 15.00 24.28
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Other instructors (4216) 14.00 18.49 38.00
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Police officers (except commissioned) (4311) 31.25 40.87 50.00
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Firefighters (4312) 21.54 39.00 54.25
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Non-commissioned ranks of the Canadian Armed Forces (4313) 23.50 30.32 38.45
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Home child care providers (4411) 11.65 15.00 37.00
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Home support workers, housekeepers and related occupations (4412) 14.50 15.80 17.25
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Elementary and secondary school teacher assistants (4413) 22.00 23.43 26.09
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Correctional service officers (4422) 21.00 32.00 42.56
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By-law enforcement and other regulatory officers, n.e.c. (4423) 12.50 24.29 36.69
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Librarians (5111) 15.20 23.52 43.96
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Library and public archive technicians (5211) 22.35 24.52 30.22
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Technical occupations related to museums and art galleries (5212) 12.15 20.94 27.16
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Other technical and co-ordinating occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting and the performing arts (5226) 15.00 26.17 31.00
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Support occupations in motion pictures, broadcasting, photography and the performing arts (5227) 13.00 20.16 30.00
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Announcers and other broadcasters (5231) 13.46 19.23 28.57
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Graphic designers and illustrators (5241) 14.50 18.97 31.79
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Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness (5254) 11.65 13.00 21.00
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Retail sales supervisors (6211) 11.65 15.20 25.00
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Technical sales specialists - wholesale trade (6221) 12.75 18.46 35.10
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Retail and wholesale buyers (6222) 16.00 21.00 29.33
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Insurance agents and brokers (6231) 15.38 22.56 29.74
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Real estate agents and salespersons (6232) 24,535 61,130 205,038
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Financial sales representatives (6235) 13.00 22.72 38.46
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Food service supervisors (6311) 11.65 13.50 25.00
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Executive housekeepers (6312) 12.00 14.25 22.00
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Customer and information services supervisors (6314) 16.11 19.71 43.59
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Cleaning supervisors (6315) 13.00 17.00 27.00
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Other services supervisors (6316) 11.65 16.49 29.00
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Chefs (6321) 12.00 16.00 23.75
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Cooks (6322) 11.65 13.50 24.64
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Butchers, meat cutters and fishmongers - retail and wholesale (6331) 11.65 16.00 23.08
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Bakers (6332) 11.65 12.90 18.10
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Hairstylists and barbers (6341) 11.65 12.36 21.63
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Funeral directors and embalmers (6346) 13.67 18.00 30.56
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Sales and account representatives - wholesale trade (non-technical) (6411) 12.00 22.75 34.62
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Retail salespersons (6421) 11.65 12.00 21.49
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Maîtres d'hôtel and hosts/hostesses (6511) 11.65 12.00 28.13
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Bartenders (6512) 11.65 13.00 20.00
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Food and beverage servers (6513) 11.65 12.50 19.99
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Travel counsellors (6521) 12.00 18.00 25.99
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Ground and water transport ticket agents, cargo service representatives and related clerks (6524) 11.98 16.87 27.40
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Hotel front desk clerks (6525) 11.75 14.50 18.35
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Tour and travel guides (6531) 12.00 17.25 23.33
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Outdoor sport and recreational guides (6532) 12.22 16.00 21.00
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Security guards and related security service occupations (6541) 12.00 16.00 23.00
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Customer services representatives - financial institutions (6551) 12.93 15.34 20.00
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Other customer and information services representatives (6552) 11.65 17.00 28.21
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Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations (6562) 12.00 14.00 25.00
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Pet groomers and animal care workers (6563) 11.65 12.75 16.83
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Cashiers (6611) 11.65 11.65 13.86
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Service station attendants (6621) 11.65 11.65 20.00
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Store shelf stockers, clerks and order fillers (6622) 11.65 12.00 15.00
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Food counter attendants, kitchen helpers and related support occupations (6711) 11.65 11.65 20.00
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Support occupations in accommodation, travel and facilities set-up services (6721) 12.50 15.20 21.13
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Operators and attendants in amusement, recreation and sport (6722) 11.65 12.00 16.40
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Light duty cleaners (6731) 11.65 17.00 20.00
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Specialized cleaners (6732) 11.65 13.50 26.00
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Janitors, caretakers and building superintendents (6733) 11.65 19.23 23.00
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Dry cleaning, laundry and related occupations (6741) 11.65 15.35 20.50
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Other service support occupations, n.e.c. (6742) 11.65 11.65 14.00
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Contractors and supervisors, electrical trades and telecommunications occupations (7202) 25.00 43.75 48.56
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Contractors and supervisors, pipefitting trades (7203) 30.00 45.11 54.45
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Contractors and supervisors, carpentry trades (7204) 18.27 29.00 46.00
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Contractors and supervisors, other construction trades, installers, repairers and servicers (7205) 17.50 27.75 45.00
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Machinists and machining and tooling inspectors (7231) 17.00 25.00 33.00
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Sheet metal workers (7233) 20.82 32.00 43.55
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Boilermakers (7234) 33.84 38.00 44.11
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Structural metal and platework fabricators and fitters (7235) 22.50 34.00 40.00
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Ironworkers (7236) 20.00 34.20 42.00
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Welders and related machine operators (7237) 15.00 32.00 41.50
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Electricians (except industrial and power system) (7241) 16.00 30.00 43.00
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Industrial electricians (7242) 18.00 35.00 51.00
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Power system electricians (7243) 37.00 40.50 44.37
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Electrical power line and cable workers (7244) 14.00 37.00 42.00
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Telecommunications line and cable workers (7245) 18.00 28.00 32.00
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Telecommunications installation and repair workers (7246) 15.00 30.00 32.54
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Plumbers (7251) 17.50 25.00 38.32
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Steamfitters, pipefitters and sprinkler system installers (7252) 13.78 38.00 48.00
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Carpenters (7271) 16.50 21.50 36.00
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Cabinetmakers (7272) 14.00 20.00 24.69
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Bricklayers (7281) 23.00 32.43 42.52
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Concrete finishers (7282) 20.00 34.95 42.66
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Plasterers, drywall installers and finishers and lathers (7284) 18.00 23.25 32.00
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Roofers and shinglers (7291) 16.50 21.50 29.29
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Insulators (7293) 25.00 38.20 47.00
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Painters and decorators (except interior decorators) (7294) 16.00 22.00 39.00
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Floor covering installers (7295) 13.75 18.00 26.00
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Contractors and supervisors, mechanic trades (7301) 19.90 29.00 43.00
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Contractors and supervisors, heavy equipment operator crews (7302) 22.00 30.00 47.12
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Construction millwrights and industrial mechanics (7311) 17.00 34.00 46.50
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Heavy-duty equipment mechanics (7312) 19.75 30.00 45.41
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Heating, refrigeration and air conditioning mechanics (7313) 17.25 28.00 40.00
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Aircraft mechanics and aircraft inspectors (7315) 16.00 24.00 36.63
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Automotive service technicians, truck and bus mechanics and mechanical repairers (7321) 15.00 24.50 36.00
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Motor vehicle body repairers (7322) 15.00 24.04 36.50
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Oil and solid fuel heating mechanics (7331) 13.50 21.00 46.63
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Other small engine and small equipment repairers (7335) 15.00 18.85 26.00
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Crane operators (7371) 14.61 33.15 42.00
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Drillers and blasters - surface mining, quarrying and construction (7372) 19.00 28.00 38.00
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Printing press operators (7381) 15.49 19.49 33.50
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Other trades and related occupations, n.e.c. (7384) 15.40 22.50 50.00
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Residential and commercial installers and servicers (7441) 15.50 20.00 25.00
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Material handlers (7452) 11.65 14.63 25.00
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Transport truck drivers (7511) 13.50 21.00 33.00
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Bus drivers, subway operators and other transit operators (7512) 12.00 20.95 30.00
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Delivery and courier service drivers (7514) 11.65 15.00 29.00
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Heavy equipment operators (except crane) (7521) 18.00 25.00 36.00
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Public works maintenance equipment operators and related workers (7522) 20.00 24.63 31.00
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Water transport deck and engine room crew (7532) 15.00 23.33 35.00
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Boat and cable ferry operators and related occupations (7533) 13.30 21.00 37.50
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Air transport ramp attendants (7534) 12.60 18.58 34.00
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Other automotive mechanical installers and servicers (7535) 11.65 17.00 25.20
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Construction trades helpers and labourers (7611) 14.00 19.96 36.00
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Other trades helpers and labourers (7612) 13.00 18.00 35.00
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Public works and maintenance labourers (7621) 11.65 20.00 28.00
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Railway and motor transport labourers (7622) 12.00 17.03 30.00
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Supervisors, mining and quarrying (8221) 25.00 38.92 52.88
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Contractors and supervisors, oil and gas drilling and services (8222) 24.50 31.14 62.50
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Underground production and development miners (8231) 20.49 28.85 33.85
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Oil and gas well drillers, servicers, testers and related workers (8232) 22.00 33.58 52.88
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Logging machinery operators (8241) 17.00 25.00 25.88
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Contractors and supervisors, landscaping, grounds maintenance and horticulture services (8255) 13.00 20.00 33.62
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Fishing masters and officers (8261) 17.85 30.00 100.00
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Fishermen/women (8262) 20.00 35.00 80.00
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Oil and gas well drilling and related workers and services operators (8412) 25.00 32.00 45.11
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Chain saw and skidder operators (8421) 14.00 21.13 35.00
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Silviculture and forestry workers (8422) 17.00 20.47 30.00
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General farm workers (8431) 12.00 15.30 25.00
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Nursery and greenhouse workers (8432) 11.65 12.25 14.50
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Fishing vessel deckhands (8441) 15.00 30.00 100.00
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Harvesting labourers (8611) 11.65 13.80 17.00
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Landscaping and grounds maintenance labourers (8612) 11.65 15.00 21.60
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Aquaculture and marine harvest labourers (8613) 14.53 15.40 25.43
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Mine labourers (8614) 18.00 27.50 40.62
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Oil and gas drilling, servicing and related labourers (8615) 16.50 27.47 48.08
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Logging and forestry labourers (8616) 13.15 18.61 26.00
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Supervisors, food and beverage processing (9213) 12.50 18.00 30.00
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Central control and process operators, mineral and metal processing (9231) 32.00 33.55 40.00
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Central control and process operators, petroleum, gas and chemical processing (9232) 19.92 29.30 46.00
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Power engineers and power systems operators (9241) 22.50 34.50 46.00
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Water and waste treatment plant operators (9243) 22.00 25.00 37.00
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Machine operators, mineral and metal processing (9411) 19.77 28.00 37.88
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Concrete, clay and stone forming operators (9414) 16.00 23.75 32.50
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Woodworking machine operators (9437) 15.00 18.00 32.00
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Process control and machine operators, food and beverage processing (9461) 13.00 21.00 28.00
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Industrial butchers and meat cutters, poultry preparers and related workers (9462) 13.00 18.95 20.76
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Fish and seafood plant workers (9463) 12.51 15.40 17.50
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Plateless printing equipment operators (9471) 14.50 20.62 22.00
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Mechanical assemblers and inspectors (9526) 15.25 22.00 35.80
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Other wood products assemblers and inspectors (9533) 13.00 16.78 21.03
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Industrial painters, coaters and metal finishing process operators (9536) 15.00 30.85 64.00
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Other products assemblers, finishers and inspectors (9537) 12.00 15.80 22.95
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Labourers in mineral and metal processing (9611) 15.00 22.76 34.89
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Labourers in metal fabrication (9612) 14.42 18.00 26.30
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Labourers in chemical products processing and utilities (9613) 11.65 22.00 32.00
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Labourers in food and beverage processing (9617) 12.00 16.00 23.00
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Labourers in fish and seafood processing (9618) 12.00 14.30 16.67
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Other labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities (9619) 11.65 15.60 24.53
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