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2024 Salary Guide

2024 Salary Guide for Greater Vancouver


Welcome to our 2024 Salary Guide for Greater Vancouver.  As living wages rise and the competition for skilled workers grows, understanding the current market rate for salaries is essential.

Whether you’re hiring, job hunting, or pursuing a promotion, our 2024 Salary Guide will ensure you’re well-informed in today’s competitive market.

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Inside our 2024 salary guide:

Our guide provides the average salaries for positions within Accounting & Finance, Human Resources and Administrative positions within Greater Vancouver areas. Our salary guide offers:

      • 2024 Salary Guide Insights

        Find out the low, average, and high salary benchmarks for 2024.  Our Salary Guide covers a wide range of roles in Accounting & Finance, HR and Admin.

      • Job Market Outlook:

        Learn about how trends in pay, flexibility and technology are changing Canada’s job scene in 2024.

      • Focused on Greater Vancouver:

        Our salary guide offers detailed salary benchmarks specifically for the Greater Vancouver area, which include: Vancouver, North Vancouver, Richmond, Burnaby, New Westminster, Surrey, Langley, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Delta, Maple Ridge, Port Moody, and Pitt Meadows.

      • Strategic Planning:

        Whether you’re an employer creating a competitive compensation strategy or a job seeker aiming for fair pay, our salary guide is here to help.  It will equip you with the data needed to make strategic decisions.


Top 3 Insights from our 2024 Salary Guide 

Job Growth and Talent Shortage: Canada’s job market is expected to expand in 2024 compared to 2023.  However, the ongoing talent shortage, exacerbated by an aging workforce, will make attracting skilled workers increasingly competitive.

Salaries & Benefits: In Greater Vancouver, base salaries are expected to rise by 3.91% in 2024, driven by the competitive market and the Salary Transparency Act.

Flexible Work and Technology Skills: As AI and automation continue to transform jobs, the demand for technical skills is increasing.  Both employers and employees are encouraged to invest in training and development to stay competitive and keep up with these changes.  Additionally, the preference for flexible work arrangements, including hybrid and remote options, is expected to grow amount job seekers.  Employers should adapt by enhancing technology support for remote work, revise policies, and train managers to effectively lead remote teams.


Get ahead with our Salary Guide

Understanding the competitive salaries to offer in Greater Vancouver will be crucial for attracting and retaining staff in 2024.  Our salary guide provides job seekers and employees with clear benchmarks for salary negotiation and comprehending their market value.

Download our Free 2024 Salary Guide today.

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