Average Starting Salaries: 2014 Banking Edition

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The banking and finance industry is one of Canada’s most respected industries.

Naturally, the industry is particularly attractive to young, budding and ambitious students and recent grads. What is also notable is the many careers young professionals can find themselves pursuing within the industry – as well as the diversity in average starting salaries.

We’ve researched the average starting salaries for banking positions across the country for the 6 most popular banking positions for recent grads. Check it out!

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Customer Service Representative
Vancouver 29,879
Calgary 31,174
Edmonton 29,374
Winnipeg 27,472
Toronto 29,699
Quebec City 28,856
Montreal 28,921
Halifax 27,635
Financial Advisor
Vancouver 37,725
Calgary 39,528
Edmonton 38,385
Winnipeg 33,940
Toronto 39,483
Quebec City 36,484
Montreal 37,468
Halifax 35,397
Bank Manager
Vancouver 56,010
Calgary 62,064
Edmonton 58,493
Winnipeg 50,499
Toronto 55,873
Quebec City 50,639
Montreal 54,744
Halifax 51,543
Investment Banking Analyst
Vancouver 44,845
Calgary 51,225
Edmonton 44,530
Winnipeg 32,842
Toronto 54,026
Quebec City 36,161
Montreal 45,938
Halifax 31,198
Investment Banking Associate
Vancouver 51,225
Calgary 55,959
Edmonton 54,118
Winnipeg 46,873
Toronto 53,427
Quebec City 48,050
Montreal 51,029
Halifax 46,349
Risk Manager
Vancouver 69,685
Calgary 77,086
Edmonton 72,897
Winnipeg 62,861
Toronto 72,117
Quebec City 62,555
Montreal 66,791
Halifax 63,350

For more resources on the banking industry, check out our Banking Career Guide!

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