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Average monthly salary by occupation, 2018

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    Monthly salary
SSYKOccupationSexNumberLower quartileMedianUpper quartileAverage monthly salary
  Total Women 642 700 25 500 29 100 33 900 30 300
    Men 193 700 25 300 29 400 35 100 31 200
    Total 836 400 25 500 29 200 34 100 30 500
1342 Architectural and engineering managers, level 2 Women 700 43 100 49 000 54 700 49 100
    Men 1 400 39 200 45 000 51 000 45 600
    Total 2 100 40 300 46 000 52 500 46 800
1412 Headmasters, level 2 Women 5 500 46 000 49 300 53 000 49 900
    Men 2 400 46 700 50 200 53 800 50 800
    Total 7 900 46 000 49 600 53 100 50 200
1422 Pre-school managers, level 2 Women 2 900 42 500 45 200 48 800 45 800
    Men 180 43 000 46 300 49 500 46 200
    Total 3 000 42 500 45 300 48 900 45 800
1522 Unit managers in social and curative care, level 2 Women 2 000 43 000 46 100 49 300 46 500
    Men 570 41 900 45 500 48 900 45 700
    Total 2 500 43 000 46 000 49 200 46 300
1532 Unit managers in elderly care, level 2 Women 6 600 39 500 42 000 45 000 42 300
    Men 1 000 39 000 41 600 44 000 41 900
    Total 7 700 39 400 42 000 44 900 42 300
1592 Operations managers in public services not elsewhere classified, level 2 Women 2 500 36 800 41 800 46 700 42 200
    Men 1 800 37 000 42 000 48 000 43 100
    Total 4 200 37 000 42 000 47 200 42 600
2163 Architects, town and traffic planners Women 1 500 35 200 39 200 44 000 39 900
    Men 960 35 000 39 800 45 000 40 900
    Total 2 400 35 100 39 500 44 300 40 300
2182 Environmental and occupational health inspectors Women 2 000 31 600 33 900 35 900 33 900
    Men 870 32 000 34 100 36 300 34 300
    Total 2 800 31 700 34 000 36 000 34 000
2224 District nurses Women 1 600 36 300 37 900 39 900 38 500
    Men 80 35 900 38 000 41 400 39 200
    Total 1 700 36 300 37 900 40 000 38 600
2227 Nurses - geriatric Women 8 300 33 500 36 000 39 000 36 700
    Men 880 34 100 37 000 41 100 37 800
    Total 9 200 33 600 36 100 39 200 36 800
2233 Nurses - school Women 3 100 35 000 36 600 38 500 37 000
    Men 40 35 000 36 800 38 300 36 600
    Total 3 200 35 000 36 600 38 500 37 000
2272 Physiotherapists Women 1 600 30 800 32 700 34 500 32 700
    Men 420 30 000 32 500 34 600 32 400
    Total 2 000 30 600 32 700 34 500 32 600
2273 Occupational therapists Women 3 000 30 300 32 100 33 900 32 200
    Men 200 29 100 31 200 33 100 31 300
    Total 3 200 30 200 32 000 33 900 32 100
2320 Vocational education teachers Women 2 900 34 000 36 500 39 000 36 500
    Men 4 100 33 700 36 400 39 000 36 400
    Total 6 900 33 900 36 400 39 000 36 400
2330 Secondary education teachers Women 12 400 34 100 37 000 40 000 37 000
    Men 8 800 33 800 36 900 40 000 36 800
    Total 21 200 34 000 37 000 40 000 36 900
2341 Primary school teachers Women 66 900 31 000 34 600 38 000 34 400
    Men 22 400 28 900 33 900 37 500 33 200
    Total 89 400 30 500 34 500 38 000 34 100
2342 Recreation leaders Women 10 300 27 300 30 100 32 500 29 600
    Men 4 300 25 000 29 300 32 000 28 500
    Total 14 600 26 600 30 000 32 400 29 300
2343 Preschool teachers Women 54 600 28 600 30 800 33 100 30 500
    Men 2 300 25 500 29 800 32 400 28 900
    Total 57 000 28 600 30 700 33 100 30 500
2351 Special teachers and special needs teachers Women 9 400 36 800 39 000 41 500 39 100
    Men 990 35 300 38 100 41 000 37 900
    Total 10 400 36 600 39 000 41 500 38 900
2352 School counsellor Women 2 200 31 100 33 500 35 500 33 300
    Men 480 30 600 33 000 35 500 33 000
    Total 2 700 31 000 33 400 35 500 33 300
2359 Teaching professionals not elsewhere classified Women 9 400 25 600 30 500 33 800 29 900
    Men 5 200 26 000 29 900 32 600 29 400
    Total 14 600 25 800 30 200 33 400 29 800
2412 Financial controllers Women 2 900 34 400 38 000 42 400 38 800
    Men 1 200 35 500 39 900 44 500 40 800
    Total 4 100 34 800 38 500 43 000 39 400
2421 Management and organisation analysts Women 4 700 35 500 39 700 44 100 40 200
    Men 2 000 36 000 40 800 45 800 41 700
    Total 6 700 35 700 40 000 44 600 40 700
2422 Policy administration professionals Women 9 500 30 300 33 700 38 400 34 800
    Men 3 700 31 200 35 500 41 300 36 900
    Total 13 200 30 500 34 000 39 000 35 400
2423 Personnel and human resources specialist Women 2 700 33 200 37 000 41 000 37 500
    Men 470 34 100 38 000 42 600 38 800
    Total 3 200 33 300 37 100 41 200 37 700
2432 Public relations professionals Women 1 900 32 000 35 500 39 200 36 000
    Men 630 32 000 35 500 39 000 35 900
    Total 2 500 32 000 35 500 39 200 36 000
2512 Software- and system developers Women 1 100 33 500 37 400 41 700 38 100
    Men 1 500 34 200 38 400 44 000 39 600
    Total 2 600 33 900 38 000 43 000 38 900
2622 Librarians and archivists Women 3 600 29 100 30 900 32 800 31 100
    Men 820 28 800 30 600 32 600 30 900
    Total 4 400 29 000 30 800 32 700 31 000
2661 Social work professionals Women 16 600 31 100 34 000 37 000 34 300
    Men 2 700 30 900 33 500 36 400 33 800
    Total 19 300 31 000 33 900 36 900 34 200
2662 Counselling professionals Women 3 500 32 100 34 200 36 300 34 300
    Men 620 32 000 34 300 36 500 34 500
    Total 4 200 32 100 34 200 36 300 34 300
2663 Assistance analysts Women 4 600 30 500 32 800 35 000 32 800
    Men 410 30 000 32 100 34 500 32 200
    Total 5 000 30 500 32 700 35 000 32 800
2669 Social work professions not elsewhere classified Women 3 600 28 700 31 000 33 500 31 100
    Men 1 900 27 600 30 000 32 700 30 000
    Total 5 500 28 300 30 700 33 300 30 700
3112 Construction and manufacturing engineering technicians Women 1 200 35 000 38 300 43 000 39 500
    Men 2 100 35 100 39 600 44 200 40 300
    Total 3 300 35 000 39 100 43 900 40 000
3114 Mechanical engineering technicians Women 650 34 000 37 000 40 900 38 000
    Men 1 100 35 700 39 300 43 700 40 000
    Total 1 700 35 000 38 500 42 700 39 200
3343 Administrative and specialized secretaries Women 3 800 27 200 29 000 31 400 29 700
    Men 500 26 100 29 000 32 600 29 900
    Total 4 300 27 100 29 000 31 500 29 700
3355 Fire and building inspectors Women 800 33 000 35 800 39 000 36 400
    Men 1 300 34 000 37 100 41 000 38 100
    Total 2 100 33 600 36 600 40 300 37 500
3411 Social work associate professionals Women 5 600 27 900 30 000 32 400 30 300
    Men 3 300 27 800 30 000 32 200 30 100
    Total 9 000 27 800 30 000 32 300 30 200
3422 Sports coachers and instructors Women 1 200 23 300 25 500 27 400 25 400
    Men 800 22 800 24 800 26 900 25 000
    Total 2 000 23 100 25 200 27 100 25 200
3423 Recreation and related associate professionals Women 4 600 24 200 26 500 28 600 26 600
    Men 4 400 24 400 26 500 28 600 26 700
    Total 9 000 24 300 26 500 28 600 26 600
3511 ICT operations technicians Women 430 28 500 31 000 34 200 31 700
    Men 2 500 28 300 31 000 34 600 31 700
    Total 2 900 28 300 31 000 34 600 31 700
4111 Economic assistants Women 2 200 27 300 28 700 30 400 29 000
    Men 200 26 400 28 100 30 200 28 800
    Total 2 400 27 200 28 600 30 400 29 000
4112 Payroll and personnel clerks Women 2 800 27 300 28 800 30 600 29 100
    Men 190 26 600 28 600 30 700 28 700
    Total 3 000 27 300 28 800 30 600 29 100
4116 School assistants Women 4 600 27 100 28 700 30 500 29 100
    Men 340 26 200 28 500 31 200 29 000
    Total 5 000 27 100 28 700 30 600 29 100
4119 Office clerks not elsewhere classified Women 9 100 26 800 28 500 30 400 28 700
    Men 1 800 25 100 27 800 31 000 28 400
    Total 10 900 26 500 28 400 30 500 28 700
4410 Library and filing clerks Women 1 800 23 900 25 700 27 200 25 600
    Men 430 22 800 24 900 26 800 24 800
    Total 2 300 23 600 25 600 27 100 25 500
5120 Cooks and cold-buffet managers Women 11 400 25 000 26 100 27 400 26 200
    Men 3 000 25 000 26 600 28 500 26 900
    Total 14 500 25 000 26 200 27 600 26 400
5152 Building caretakers Women 730 22 900 25 500 27 400 25 300
    Men 7 700 24 800 26 600 28 400 26 600
    Total 8 400 24 700 26 500 28 300 26 500
5311 Child care workers Women 63 200 21 600 23 800 25 900 23 800
    Men 6 900 20 300 22 100 24 500 22 600
    Total 70 200 21 500 23 600 25 800 23 700
5312 Teachers aides Women 18 100 22 400 24 500 26 400 24 600
    Men 10 800 21 700 23 600 25 800 24 000
    Total 28 900 22 000 24 200 26 100 24 400
5321 Assistant nurses, home care and homes for the elderly Women 100 800 26 300 28 300 30 300 28 500
    Men 9 600 25 600 27 500 29 700 27 800
    Total 110 400 26 300 28 200 30 200 28 400
5330 Home-based personal care and related workers Women 43 900 22 600 24 600 27 000 25 000
    Men 14 400 22 400 24 200 26 500 24 600
    Total 58 300 22 600 24 500 26 900 24 900
5341 Attendants Women 4 000 26 300 28 100 30 100 28 300
    Men 1 800 26 300 28 300 30 600 28 500
    Total 5 800 26 300 28 200 30 200 28 400
5342 Personal care providers Women 41 200 25 800 27 900 30 300 28 000
    Men 13 000 25 200 27 500 29 900 27 600
    Total 54 200 25 700 27 800 30 200 27 900
5343 Personal assistants Women 13 200 25 200 27 800 30 500 27 900
    Men 4 000 24 700 27 500 30 000 27 300
    Total 17 200 25 100 27 700 30 300 27 700
5411 Firefighters Women 240 28 800 30 100 31 400 30 300
    Men 4 800 29 900 31 700 33 500 32 100
    Total 5 100 29 800 31 500 33 400 32 000
6113 Gardeners, parks and grounds Women 750 24 700 26 100 27 700 26 400
    Men 2 100 24 100 26 000 28 000 26 300
    Total 2 900 24 300 26 000 27 900 26 300
7114 Rail and road construction workers Women 140 23 500 26 200 27 800 26 000
    Men 2 400 26 500 28 400 31 300 29 000
    Total 2 600 26 400 28 300 31 100 28 900
8191 Power production and water treatment plant operators Women 350 27 500 29 500 32 100 30 200
    Men 3 500 28 400 31 000 34 000 31 500
    Total 3 900 28 300 30 800 33 800 31 400
9111 Cleaners and helpers in offices, hotels and other establishments Women 11 100 22 300 23 700 24 800 23 600
    Men 1 600 21 300 22 700 24 200 22 900
    Total 12 800 22 100 23 600 24 800 23 500
9412 Restaurant and kitchen helpers Women 12 100 22 200 23 700 25 000 23 600
    Men 1 500 21 200 22 600 24 200 22 800
    Total 13 600 22 000 23 600 25 000 23 500

Definitions and explanations

The average monthly salary is calculated as the sum of the individual’s full-time salary divided by the number of individuals.

Lower quartile, median and upper quartile means that 25%, 50% and 75% of the employees have a salary that is less than the specified value.

All numbers are rounded to the nearest hundred unless the number is under 1 000 and then the numbers are rounded to the nearest ten. The salary information are rounded to the nearest hundred. Totals are calculated before rounding.

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Last updated
2019-05-17

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