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McGill University - Soins infirmiers Salaries in Canada

Salary estimated from 25 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: June 3, 2020
Nursing
Average Salary
Salary Distribution
3 salaries reported
$31.45 per hour
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$30.14 per hour
$10.15
$60.10
3 salaries reported
$88,151 per year
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4 salaries reported
$32,000 per year
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How much does McGill University - Soins infirmiers in Canada pay?
The average McGill University salary ranges from approximately $32,000 per year for Research Nurse to $88,151 per year for Nurse Manager. Average McGill University hourly pay ranges from approximately $30.14 per hour for Infirmier(ère) de Soins Généraux to $31.45 per hour for Infirmier(ère).
Salary information comes from 25 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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What people say about working at McGill University
  • 5.0
    New job
    Great start, only 3 weeks in and work is great at the children’s. Hours are great, staff is very friendly and make learning fun. Patient interactions are very Pleasant and friendly.
    Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Complex Care) (Current Employee)
    Montréal, QC - 16 March 2020
  • 4.0
    Good workplace
    Overall McGill computer science faculty is not that bad. Benefits being its collaboration with MILA and thus the funding for resources. Professors are okay but still a long way to go
    Research Assistant - Reasoning & Learning Lab (Former Employee)
    Montréal, QC - 6 October 2019