Figures in the table below represent the hourly earnings reported by co-op student work terms in 2018.
Note: Listed earnings are for your information only.
Co-operative Education does not establish or recommend pay level for co-op students. Please exercise diligence in applying this information to your specific situation.
This information should be used as a guideline to be reconciled with the known labour market conditions of the position and location of employment.
|Data excludes alternative remuneration received in addition to reported earnings.|
|Certified Accounting Programs||$17.87 $14.00-$30.00||$19.72 $14.00-$41.00||$21.52 $14.00-$35.00||$22.62 $14.00-$47.00|
All Canadian Work Term data is reported in Canadian Dollars.
All hourly earnings data has been self-reported by students, and compiled by Co-operative and Experiential Education (CEE) for the 2018 calendar year.
Note: Student-reported earnings have not been validated by other sources, and that earnings cannot be compared to the 2018 report due to revised methodology.
Hourly earnings data does not include the value of alternative remuneration provided by employers. For example, the value of food, lodging and transportation reimbursements provided to some students have not been reported. In addition, hourly earnings data does not reflect earnings from potential overtime pay.