Average hourly wages of employees by selected characteristics and occupation, unadjusted data, by province (monthly) (Alberta)
|September 2013||September 2014||September 2013 to September 2014|
|number of employees1 (thousands)||average hourly wage ($)||number of employees1 (thousands)||average hourly wage ($)||% change in hourly wage|
|15 years and over||1,856.4||28.13||1,924.5||28.35||0.8|
|15 to 24 years||301.6||17.83||305.7||17.94||0.6|
|25 to 54 years||1,266.3||29.99||1,315.7||30.31||1.1|
|55 years and over||288.4||30.75||303.1||30.35||-1.3|
|No union coverage3||1,439.2||27.12||1,503.9||27.24||0.4|
|Business, finance and administrative occupations||328.3||26.49||330.3||26.30||-0.7|
|Natural and applied sciences and related occupations||166.5||40.18||152.7||40.65||1.2|
|Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion||138.1||34.18||153.0||34.10||-0.2|
|Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport||35.4||25.20||38.1||26.77||6.2|
|Sales and service occupations||472.4||18.68||479.1||18.37||-1.7|
|Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations||353.7||28.68||379.6||29.44||2.6|
|Occupations unique to primary industry||70.5||27.41||77.6||29.05||6.0|
|Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities||64.4||25.25||75.1||25.44||0.8|
|1. Those who work as employees of a private firm or business or the public sector. |
2. Employees who are members of a union and employees who are not union members but who are covered by a collective agreement or a union contract.
3. Employees who are not members of a union or not covered by a collective agreement or a union contract.
4. A permanent job is one that is expected to last as long as the employee wants it, given that business conditions permit. That is, there is no pre-determined termination date.
5. A temporary job has a predetermined end date, or will end as soon as a specified project is completed. Includes seasonal jobs; temporary, term or contract jobs including work done through a temporary help agency; casual jobs; and other temporary work.
Sources: Statistics Canada, CANSIM tables 282-0069 and 282-0073.
Last modified: 2014-10-10.
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