Canada's Average Income & Median Income (by Provinces and Gender)
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  Overview

This dataset reflects the median employment incomes for both male and female workers in the provinces and metropolitan areas for the year 2018 and ranks the provinces/metros from the highest median employment income to the lowest.


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Chart 1: (Male Workers) Provinces/Metropolitan Areas with Top Median Employment Incomes
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Chart 2: (Female Workers) Provinces/Metropolitan Areas with Top Median Employment Incomes
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  Top 20 ranks, by median employmt income in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 20 items )

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Highest median income for male and female workers. Among the provinces and metropolitan areas, Edmonton has the highest median employment income for male workers at $50,000, while Ottawa-Gatineau has the highest median employment income for female workers at $41,400.

Ottawa-Gatineau. When considering employment incomes of both male and female workers, Ottawa-Gatineau has the highest median employment income at $44,300 per worker and the lowest income gap between male and female workers at 16.4%.

 

Canadian employment income datasets that may interest you:

  Dataset on the top provinces with the highest median employment incomes.

  Dataset on the highest median income gaps between male and female workers for all provinces

  Dataset on the distribution of employment income for all provinces


Sources. This dataset is derived from open data portal of Canada (source url) and contains information licensed under the Open Government Licence – Canada.


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