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​Canada’s Highest Paying Entry-Level Jobs Pay Up To $82K A Year

Dust off your resume, Canada! The country's highest-paying entry-level jobs were just revealed and the top five roles may actually surprise you.

As September is apparently one of the best times to apply for a new job, global employment agency Indeed has compiled a list of Canada's best-paid opportunities that "require minimal education and professional work experience."

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The company shared its research with Narcity which revealed that entry-level applicants could actually earn up to $82,982 per year as a dental hygienist in Canada. Those applying for registered nurse roles could make over $80,300 annually.

The opportunities that made up the list's top ten are pretty diverse and include everything from user experience designers and environmental engineers to paralegals, financial analysts and social media managers.

Even the lowest-paid opportunities in the ranking offer over $50,000 per year, with jobs like public relations assistants, marketing associates and web developers all promising hefty salaries. Pretty tempting, eh?

Are you looking for a job and also have a passion for travel? Air Canada is currently hiring flight attendants out of Toronto and Montreal, and you could qualify.

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