Average Salary in Australia – Job and Sector Comparison.
constant 2005 US$ (1)
May 2004. Normal hours
Average Income ($)
|Dentist average income||$ 4,087||Average of dentist and
|General Physician average income||$ 4,087||Average of dentist and
|Professor average income||$ 3,384||5,945|
|Engineer average income||$ 3,312||Chemical engineer.||5,820||38.9|
|Computer Programmer average income||$ 3,211||All programmers,
|Physiotherapist average income||$ 2,744||4,636||38.1|
|Teacher average income||$ 2,742||4,632||39.1|
|Professional Nurse average income||$ 2,653||4,426||38.0|
Both Australia and Canada have an enviable reputation as places where people enjoy a high quality of life and a high standard of living. According to the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Canadian workers are also at a higher level when it comes to income. Data shows that the country ranks tenth among the OECD’s 34 member states in terms of average wages. In 2013, the latest year under review, the average was $47,794 per year. What’s more, Canada’s real minimum wage in 2015 was $8.20 per hour.
Canada and Australia are the two largest countries that select potential skilled immigrants using a points system.
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