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Table 4
Median earnings, in 2005 constant dollars, and employment in selected occupations of full-time full-year earners,1 Canada, 2000 and 2005
Occupations2 Median earnings Employment
2000 2005 change -
2000 to 2005
2000 2005
2005 constant dollars percentage number
Notes:
  1. Full-time full-year earners worked 49 to 52 weeks during the year preceding the census, mainly full time (i.e., 30 hours or more per week). Individuals with self-employment income are included. Those living in institutions are excluded.
  2. Based on the National Occupational Classification for Statistics 2001.
Sources: Statistics Canada, censuses of population, 2001 and 2006.
Managers in Primary Production (Except Agriculture) 72,950 97,227 33.3 9,185 9,395
Pharmacists, Dietitians and Nutritionists 61,680 78,163 26.7 20,725 22,160
Judges, Lawyers and Quebec Notaries 84,438 99,305 17.6 49,105 54,070
Supervisors, Mining, Oil and Gas 75,544 88,780 17.5 7,335 9,020
Mine Service Workers and Operators in Oil and Gas Drilling 56,396 65,289 15.8 4,825 5,915
Stationary Engineers and Power Station and System Operators 61,580 70,731 14.9 19,275 18,145
Otder Occupations in Protective Services 48,246 54,680 13.3 55,055 59,465
Nurse Supervisors and Registered Nurses 53,840 60,168 11.8 132,870 153,755