Average weekly earnings by provinces in Canada 2022
The latest Statistics Canada data showed that the average weekly earnings increased 3.5% in June on a year-over-year basis. Moreover, it showed that these earnings increases were seen across nine provinces, led by New Brunswick (+5.5% to $1,067), with little change observed in Prince Edward Island.
|Provinces/Territories||Average weekly earnings|
in June 2022
|Newfoundland and Labrador||1,137.13|
|Prince Edward Island||978.27|
According to Statistics Canada, average weekly earnings in all Canada increased faster in the goods-producing sector (+6.1% to $1,437) than in the services-producing sector (+3.0% to $1,102). Moreover, the largest growth in the goods-producing sector was in manufacturing (+6.9% to $1,273), while professional, scientific and technical services (+10.8% to $1,657) had the largest earnings increase in the services-producing sector.
The report pointed out that changes in the earnings growth can be the result of a number of factors, such as changes in wages, changes in the composition of employment and average hours worked each week.
|Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction||2,225.24|
|Professional, scientific and technical services||1,656.93|
|Finance and insurance||1,573.01|
|Management of companies and enterprises||1,552.20|
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