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If you're looking for a career change in Ottawa and don't have a college or university degree, you can still find a good-paying job in the city.

Whether you want to work with your hands, spend your days in an office or travel a bit for your job, there are a variety of opportunities in Ottawa and some pay six figures.

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If you're looking for job opportunities in Ottawa and are hoping for a six-figure salary, there are a number of high-paying positions you can apply to right now.

Start prepping your resume because these seven job postings in Ottawa pay $100,000 a year or higher. Of course, a salary like this often requires years of experience and education, but you never know what you could qualify for.

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If you're looking for a new job in the Ottawa region that doesn't require an undergraduate degree, you could check out Amazon for opportunities.

Amazon Canada just opened a new robotics facility in the Barrhaven neighbourhood and they are hiring for a bunch of jobs, both part-time and full-time. They are looking for over 2,000 warehouse team members so it's time to start fixing up your resume.

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So, you're on the hunt for a job in Canada's capital, but don't know where to start your search? Luckily, the City of Ottawa is hiring for so many jobs right now, and some pay pretty well.

If you know a lot about the city, this could be the perfect opportunity to land one of these six jobs, which will pay the right person up to $100,000 per year. Not bad, right?

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What would you consider the ultimate BFF goal is? Would becoming an Ontario lottery winner and splitting the money count?

An Ontario woman is splitting her $1 million Lotto Max prize money with a friend. What?

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