Median employment income1 of apprentices and trade qualifiers who obtained an apprenticeship certificate in a selected trade2 in 2010
|Median age |
(2010) – Median employment income
|Four years after certification|
(2014) – Median employment income
(from 2010 to 2014) – Median employment income
|Heavy duty equipment technician||27||79,920||107,220||34.2|
|Industrial mechanic (millwright)||30||74,060||99,320||34.1|
|Refrigeration and air conditioning mechanic||29||69,030||85,720||24.2|
|Sheet metal worker||28||56,660||71,120||25.5|
|Truck and transport mechanic||27||51,980||76,050||46.3|
|Automotive service technician||25||40,860||60,230||47.4|
|Child and youth worker4||46||37,070||41,490||11.9|
|Early childhood educator4||38||30,490||35,300||15.8|
Employment income includes earnings from wages and salaries and self-employment.
A trade must exist in two or more provinces to be considered a trade at the national level.
Selected trades include Red Seal and non-Red Seal trades.
Only considered to be apprenticeshipable trades in Ontario.
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