Wages corresponding with your NOC

You also may be interested in your potential salary.

To assess your potential income when and if you get employed in Canada. Knowing your NOC number will help you to identify your wage level and to have right expectations during an employment interview! But you need to remember that hourly wages in Canada differ from Province to Province. and they divided into three columns: Low/Median/High. Keep in mind that for LMIA and PNP purposes you will need an employment with the MEDIAN rate. In addition, the PNP programs wage requirements may vary depending on the province.

To identify the wage you are interested in all you need to do is:

  1. Either just google “job bank” or follow the link to the official government website: https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/home
  2. Click the “Menu” button and pick “By Wages”
  3. Enter your occupation (the more specific, the narrower the search will be)
  4. In the list of Job Titles pick the right one.
  5. In the detailed table (Job Market Report) search for your Province/Region.

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