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2013 Alberta Wage and Salary Survey
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Wages and Salaries in Alberta

The 2013 Alberta Wage and Salary Survey covers over 400 occupations and provides information on wages and salaries for full-time and part-time employees in Alberta by occupation, geographic area and industry group.

The Survey can help Albertans make career and education plans and help organizations determine pay scales and develop effective public policy. It also includes information on skill shortages in Alberta.

Alberta's Wage and Salary Survey is an employer survey reporting wages across a wide number of occupations. To protect employers' confidentiality there must be five or more observations for an occupation (NOC code) wage to be reported on WAGEinfo. Only wage data meeting this criteria will be available from this survey. For additional wage and salary information, we recommend researching other wage sources.