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7 Ontario Jobs That Pay $100K Or More If You're Hoping To Make Bank This Year

Some don't even require a university degree.
7 Ontario Jobs That Pay $100K Or More If You're Hoping To Make Bank This Year

If you've been dreaming of a bigger salary but dreading the job hunt, you might want to take a look at some of these high-paying Ontario jobs, some of which don't even require a university degree.

With salaries of $100K or more, these positions are perfect for anyone with the right experience, so it's time to fix up that resumé.

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Resort General Manager

Salary: Up to $100,000 per year

Company: Cherry Beach Resort

City: Picton, ON

Who Should Apply: You can spend your days on a beautiful resort with this position. Preferred candidates will have seven years of experience in hospitality and be able to lead a team.

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Plant Manager

Salary: $100,000 - $125,000 per year

Company: Canada Candy Company

City: Cobourg, ON

Who Should Apply: You can live out your Willy Wonka dreams and work at a candy company with this position. The job requires five years of experience as well as a college or CEGEP education. Responsibilities include hiring employees, directing operations and more.

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National Sales Manager

Salary: $100,000 - $120,000 per year

Company: Triangle Logistics Solutions

City: Thornhill, ON

Who Should Apply: With no post-secondary education required, this job is all about leading the sales team and directing department activities. Candidates should have five years of related experience.

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Manager, Payroll & Benefits, Systems & Reporting

Salary: $128,728.60 - $151,278.40

Company: City Of Toronto

City: Toronto, ON

Who Should Apply: If you've got experience in payroll administration, you might consider applying to this position. Some duties include supervising staff operations and developing strategies.

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Salary: $90,467 - $116,813 per year

Company: National Film Board Of Canada

City: Toronto, ON

Who Should Apply: Do you have some experience in the film world? You could work as a producer for the National Film Board Of Canada and oversee tons of exciting projects, as well as travel internationally to film sets.

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Operations Vice-President

Salary: $97,500 - $105,000 per year

Company: CIMT College

City: Various locations

Who Should Apply: This job requires a college or CEGEP education and two years of experience. You'll be in charge of carrying out policies and programs, creating promotional campaigns and more.

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Director, Employment Equity - Human Resources

Salary: $110,000 - $130,000 per year

Company: Stratford Festival

City: Stratford, ON

Who Should Apply: If you can work in a fast-paced environment and have good attention to detail, this position might be a good fit for you. Remote work is available, and a Bachelor's Degree and some experience is required.

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