Looking for a new job can be a daunting task. And while we can get by on minimum wage, we would all prefer to make more. We rounded up a list of 7 jobs in Vancouver that pay over $100,000 a year. From managing and sales to animation, there are many ways to start making six figures. 

Vancouver is a hub for businesses from all over Canada and the world, which means more job opportunities in all kinds of industries.

If you are done freelancing and working multiple minimum wage jobs just to get by, consider transitioning into full-time work. 

We did a little digging around and found a number of jobs in Vancouver that pay $100,000 or more annually.

Even if you aren't a fit for these positions quite yet, they are a great starting point. They can help you see what's possible for the future and feel inspired by having a goal to work towards.

All of these jobs can easily be applied to online. The new year is just around the corner, so why not start 2020 off with a new career - or, some new career inspo.

Property Manager 

Salary: $100,000 - $145,000

Company: Impact Recruitment 

Why You Should Apply: This full-time position will have you working as a property manager for a company that claims to offer “plenty of room for growth.”

Your job will be to resolve issues, review rent, uphold policies, and manage relationships with tenants and contractors.

This job has tons of benefits including health and dental coverage, a pension plan, and life insurance. 

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Project Manager 

Salary: $105,000 - $145,000

Company: Lululemon 

Why You Should Apply: The yoga clothing company you know and love is hiring a manager. In this role, you will be responsible for all aspects of store development at Lululemon.

This position has tons of opportunities, plus the company's new head office will probably make for a pretty cool work environment.

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Technical Project Manager 

Salary: $110,000

Company: Apollo Exchange 

Why You Should Apply: In order to excel in this position you will need to be good at a little bit of everything. Your job will be to work with design teams, gather ideas for efficiency, create road maps, manage all phases of software development, and that's just to name a few. 

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Car Sales Manager 

Salary: $110,000 - $160,000

Company: Olympic Auto Group 

Why You Should Apply: If you like sales and cars then this job is for you. As a sales manager, you will not only be leading and delegating, you will also be maintaining customer engagement and balancing everyone's needs. 

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Experienced Animator 

Salary: $80,000 - $200,000

Company: Sony Pictures Imageworks 

Why You Should Apply: If you’re an artist with serious design skills, this job might interest you. This isn’t your run of the mill job and requires a lot of creativity and skill to make images come to life.

Also, it doesn't hurt to add Sony Pictures to your resume.

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Construction Manager (Underground)

Salary: $140,000 - $170,000

Company: McMillen Jacobs Associates 

Why You Should Apply: If you find yourself to be a natural-born leader, consider becoming a construction manager.

This job will have you working on projects that are mostly underground, such as subways. You will need to have the ability to direct, supervise, and work alongside a highly specialized team. 

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Sea Urchin Processing Technician 

Salary: $100,000 - $120,000

Company: Great Ocean Ventures Ltd

Why You Should Apply: This job is based in Richmond, but it might be worth the commute. This full-time position will have you processing seafood and handling Aluminum solution. There are not too many skills required, considering the salary that it pays.

Apply Here

It can feel so empowering to be proactive about your future by applying to new jobs. With these seven positions, you may actually look forward to going to work. 


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