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University of British Columbia Post-doctoral Fellow yearly salaries in Canada

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9% Above national average
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  1. University of British Columbia (Vancouver campus), BC
    Post Doctoral Research Fellow (POPi). POPi Lab | Department of Paediatrics | Faculty of Medicine (Bruce Carleton).
    12 days ago
  2. Vancouver, BC
    SALA ( https://sala.ubc.ca ) is a collaborative academic community of approximately 400 students and 24 faculty offering professional graduate programs in…
    13 days ago
  3. Vancouver, BC
    The Post-doctoral (PDF) Researcher will develop/design, pursue funding for, implement and publish research studies related to research on research (RoR) and…
    13 days ago
  4. Vancouver, BC
    Some work with a senior graduate student or post-doctoral fellow. CUPE 116 Salaried - Research Assistant /Technician 2. $3,858.00 - $4,228.00 CAD Monthly.
    5 days ago
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A great place to do science
-UBC is a great place to work in terms of job and benefits. UBC is a leading institution in scientific research and there you will work with bright people from all over the world and from different disciplines, and have access to state of the art research facilities. -As a scientist your day-to-day activities depend on the project you are involved and on the people of your lab, specially the principal investigator who sets the goals and the research mood (do your research). - Medical, dental, and optical benefits are great but salaries are not up to living expenses in Vancouver (a problem not unique to UBC). - As a postdoctoral fellow I met many researchers, had the ability of doing independent research, and learned new techniques. - As a postdoc there are few posibilities for doing teaching.
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Great place to do science
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Salaries not to par with living expenses
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A bit too lax for me
Very reasonable and considerate employer; felt a bit left out due to the isolating nature of academic work.
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high flexibility, reasonable compensation, good work/life balance
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lack of security, lack of clear tasks, slow-paced, low team morale and support
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Postdoc
working as postdoc is not secure job and salary is very low with lots of responsibilities. It could help to improve the research quality but can not improve the opportunity for getting job in industry
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How much does a Post-doctoral Fellow make at University of British Columbia in Canada?

Average University of British Columbia Post-doctoral Fellow yearly pay in Canada is approximately $53,023, which is 9% above the national average.
Salary information comes from 138 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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