The salary of the financial analyst, by province

Financial analysis is crucial in the development of organizations and companies and the variety of salaries of these professionals is there to prove it.

The following is an overview of average salaries, excluding bonuses and benefits, paid to financial analysts in Canadian provinces according to the experience and degree of complexity of the position. These data are from Robert Half’s 2019 Salary Guide.

NewFoundland and Labrador(St.John’s)

Until 1 year : 44,700 $

1 to 3 ans : 57,000 $

Senior : 76,200 $

Manager : 92,700 $

Prince Edward Island (Charlottetown)

Until 1 year : 43,200 $

1 to 3 year : 55,000 $

Senior : 73,700 $

Manager : 89,600 $

Nova Scotia (Halifax)

Until 1 year : 44,400 $

1 to 3 year : 56,600 $

Senior : 75,700 $

Manager : 92,100 $

New Brunswick (Saint John)

Until 1 year : 43,900 $

1 to 3 year : 56,000 $

Senior : 74,900 $

Manager : 91,100 $

Quebec (Montreal)

Until 1 year : 49,000 $

1 to 3 year : 62,400 $

Senior : 83,500 $

Manager : 101,600 $

Ontario (Toronto)

Until 1 year : 49,800 $

1 to 3 year : 63,500 $

Senior : 85,000 $

Manager : 103,300 $

Manitoba (Winnipeg)

Until 1 year : 43,700 $

1 to 3 year : 55,700 $

Senior : 74,500 $

Manager : 90,600 $

Saskatchewan (Regina)

Until 1 year : 45,100 $

1 to 3 year : 57,400 $

Senior : 76,900 $

Manager : 93,500 $

Alberta (Edmonton)

Until 1 year : 48,500 $

1 to 3 year : 61,800 $

Senior : 82,800 $

Manager : 100,700 $

Colombie-Britannique (Vancouver)

Jusqu’à 1 year : 50,200 $

1 à 3 year : 63,900 $

Senior : 85,500 $

Manager : 104,000 $

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