Table A.17
Median income of Canadian and foreign-born graduates who were employed during the reference week in 2007, by field of study

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  Median income Confidence limits (95%)
Lower Upper
All fields of study
Canadian-born 64,000 63,104 64,896
Foreign-born 60,000 58,920 61,080
Life sciences
Canadian-born 55,000 52,470 57,530
Foreign-born 50,000 46,600 53,400
Canadian-born 70,000 68,040 71,960
Foreign-born 69,892 67,935 71,849
Computer, mathematics and physical sciences
Canadian-born 60,000 57,720 62,280
Foreign-born 60,000 57,000 63,000
Psychology and social sciences
Canadian-born 65,000 63,830 66,170
Foreign-born 65,000 61,620 68,380
Canadian-born 58,000 56,376 59,624
Foreign-born 53,333 50,346 56,320
Education and other fields of study
Canadian-born 78,000 75,816 80,184
Foreign-born 73,000 70,518 75,482
Note: Excludes unpaid workers, respondents still taking education credits and those outside the labour force.
Sources: Statistics Canada, National Graduates Survey (Class of 2005).
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