Average hourly wages of employees by selected characteristics and occupation, unadjusted data, by province (monthly) (Ontario)

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Average hourly wages of employees by selected characteristics and occupation, unadjusted data, by province (monthly)
(Ontario)
  March 2013 March 2014 March 2013 to March 2014
  number of employees1 (thousands) average hourly wage ($) number of employees1 (thousands) average hourly wage ($) % change in hourly wage
Ont.          
15 years and over 5,690.5 24.54 5,752.7 24.97 1.8
15 to 24 years 825.8 13.29 836.4 13.40 0.8
25 to 54 years 3,925.7 26.44 3,941.7 26.92 1.8
55 years and over 938.9 26.49 974.6 27.06 2.2
Men 2,775.4 26.26 2,849.2 26.64 1.4
Women 2,915.1 22.90 2,903.6 23.34 1.9
Full-time 4,539.4 26.55 4,668.3 26.90 1.3
Part-time 1,151.1 16.62 1,084.4 16.70 0.5
Union coverage2 1,644.8 28.71 1,577.7 29.81 3.8
No union coverage3 4,045.7 22.84 4,175.1 23.15 1.4
Permanent job4 5,026.5 25.18 5,122.3 25.66 1.9
Temporary job5 664.0 19.66 630.5 19.39 -1.4
Management occupations 443.6 38.86 394.3 40.71 4.8
Business, finance and administrative occupations 1,166.7 22.86 1,191.6 23.85 4.3
Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 467.9 33.46 503.1 34.26 2.4
Health occupations 361.1 28.09 387.0 29.01 3.3
Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion 605.4 33.59 568.9 33.46 -0.4
Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 152.5 24.83 139.4 23.98 -3.4
Sales and service occupations 1,413.5 15.86 1,471.5 16.31 2.8
Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 695.2 22.80 699.1 23.38 2.5
Occupations unique to primary industry 47.9 18.64 55.4 18.71 0.4
Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 336.7 19.76 342.5 20.40 3.2

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