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2013 Saskatchewan Wage Survey

The 2013 wage survey provides wage information for 346 common occupations in Saskatchewan, helping employers provide competitive compensation and job seekers make informed career decisions.

The Ministry of the Economy commissioned Saskatoon-based Insightrix Research Inc. to conduct the survey from October to December 2013. More than 1,500 employers participated, representing 125,600 employees or 23 per cent of the workforce.

The 2013 survey is the 6th one since government began the two-year cycle of surveys in 2002. For the first time, the survey includes job vacancy rates on 280 occupations in Saskatchewan. It also includes 18 individual sector reports.

This easy-to-use tool navigates the 2013 Saskatchewan Wage Survey data in a variety of ways such as keyword, industry and NOC code.

View summary reports and detailed wage reports for the goods-producing and services-producing sectors and for 16 major industries.

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View the survey results in PDF format.

This document describes the methodology informing the wage survey.

For more information, read these frequently asked questions.

The concordance table of the National Occupation Classification (2006 & 2011) provides a listing of the NOC codes assigned to specific occupations.

This document contains links to websites where you can find additional information pertaining to other sources of wage information, e.g. Census, Labour Force Survey, union wage and salary grids.

Please note: employers applying for a Labour Market Impact Assessment in order to hire a temporary foreign worker must use the federal government’s National Job Bank wage information and not the Saskatchewan 2013 Wage Survey.



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