Median Income in Canada

The median employment income in Canada was $51,200 in 2105

In 2015, the median income of full-year full-time workers in Canada was $51,200.

By province, Alberta had the highest (median) employment income of $62,100 followed by Newfoundland and Ontario.

In contrast, the lowest (median) employment income was reported in New Brunswick.



Median Employment Income of full-year full-time workers
Province 2015
Alberta $62,100
Newfoundland $54,600
Ontario $53,000
Saskatchewan $52,600
British Columbia $51,300
CANADA $51,200
Nova Scotia $46,900
Manitoba $46,900
Quebec $45,200
Prince E Island $45,000
New Brunswick $44,600
Source: Statistics Canada

Among major cities, full-year full time workers in Edmonton had the highest employment income of $63,400, followed by Calgary ($62,700) while in Montreal they had the lowest income of $46,800.

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