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 2017 March 2018 March 2017 to March 2018
  number of employees1 (thousands) average hourly wage ($) number of employees1 (thousands) average hourly wage ($) % change in hourly wage
Ont.          
15 years and over 5,870.4 26.43 5,970.5 27.44 3.8
15 to 24 years 831.0 14.59 896.0 16.15 10.7
25 to 54 years 3,945.6 28.67 3,942.8 29.57 3.1
55 years and over 1,093.7 27.31 1,131.7 28.96 6.0
Males 2,945.6 28.09 2,975.2 29.35 4.5
Females 2,924.7 24.75 2,995.3 25.55 3.2
Full-time employees 4,772.9 28.38 4,873.2 29.46 3.8
Part-time employees 1,097.5 17.92 1,097.4 18.47 3.1
Union coverage2 1,612.5 30.42 1,536.5 31.80 4.5
No union coverage3 4,257.8 24.91 4,434.0 25.93 4.1
Permanent employees4 5,222.0 27.10 5,297.2 28.17 3.9
Temporary employees5 648.4 21.00 673.3 21.67 3.2
Management occupations 399.7 43.22 486.6 46.00 6.4
Business, finance and administration occupations 1,026.0 26.93 1,082.0 26.96 0.1
Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 516.4 36.04 526.1 37.43 3.9
Health occupations 420.6 29.34 403.3 30.04 2.4
Occupations in education, law and social, community and government services 696.4 33.66 685.6 34.26 1.8
Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 149.5 22.38 126.1 22.45 0.3
Sales and service occupations 1,524.5 16.87 1,511.7 17.42 3.3
Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 711.7 24.89 707.5 25.60 2.9
Natural resources, agriculture and related production occupations 57.6 19.62 54.1 23.41 19.3
Occupations in manufacturing and utilities 367.9 21.51 387.5 21.75 1.1

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