If you're looking for a new opportunity, this could be for you. Statistics Canada is hiring right now across multiple provinces and some positions pay just over $76,000!

The roles available include operations officers, operations coordinators, and data production and dissemination officers as well as coordinators.

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$76,548 The maximum salary

While these are work-from-home opportunities for now, employees may return to the office in the future.

Although the roles are slightly different, these duties are consistent for all four positions:

Candidates must be able to help with the "editing, validation, marketing and dissemination of data and in the conduct of manual and automated operations."

They must also be comfortable with helping to review data quality.

The ability to provide others with statistical data, and give advice on data collection methods is also a requirement.

It's important to note that when you apply, you're not doing so for one specific job, but rather as an option for any of the vacancies.

To be considered, applicants must have completed at least two years of a post-secondary program with a specialty in social science, statistics, library/archival work or law.

Successful candidates can expect to make between $54,746 and $76,548 per year, depending on which position you are hired for and how qualified you are.

Positions are available across Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Quebec.

The deadline to apply is December 31, 2020.

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