The average Canadian medical assistant earns $48,726 per year, according to a report by

While that’s well below the national average of $51,719, the average Canadian job is more expensive than many other professions, with an average salary of $45,904 per year.

“The average salary for an average Canadian is $47,097,” CareerBuilder wrote.

The report was compiled using salary data from Statistics Canada.

The average salary is higher in Canada than in the U.S., with a median annual salary of just under $47K.

In addition, the report shows that a greater number of Canadians are doing medical work outside of the health field.

The highest-paying jobs in the health industry are in the field of cardiology, dentistry and dermatology, with the lowest-paying positions including the nursing and home care occupations.

But some professions have become less competitive, with dentistry being the least lucrative occupation in Canada.

In the case of the nursing profession, the median annual income is $31,926, and the average salary was $26,566.

The median salary for nurses is $30,049, while the median salary is $28,813 for pharmacists and $30.5 million for dental assistants.

In 2016, the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy and Related Health Occupations released a report on occupations with the highest pay.

The list included dentists, nurses, pharmacists, and home health aides.

The study found that the highest-paid jobs in each occupation are in healthcare, and they pay more than those in other fields.

In general, the top 10 occupations for the average pay in Canada were: dental assistant $40,058, cardiology $42,823, orthodontics $40.6 million, podiatrists $41,858, podiatric nurse $40 million, nurse practitioners $39.7 million, pharmacy $39 million, orthopedic surgeon $39,000, and physical therapist $37,946.

There are more than 20,000 professions in Canada, and each one is highly specialized.

Many jobs require a degree in order to get a job.

In order to qualify for a job, the job must be at least two years, the applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree or higher, and there must be a minimum of five years of experience working in a profession.

The most popular medical assistants job in Canada is in cardiology.

The profession has a median salary of almost $51K.

It also has an unemployment rate of more than seven per cent.

According to the study, the most popular nursing job is in dentistry.

The top ten occupations for nursing graduates in Canada are: orthodental surgeon $36,500, ortho-dentist $32,918, dentist $34,400, oral surgeon $31.5million, dentist $29.3million, oral pathologist $29 million, and podiatrist $28.8million.

There’s also a strong number of jobs that require no more than a Bachelor of Science in a health profession, and it’s the least-popular occupation in terms of median annual earnings.

Health occupations are also the most lucrative in Canada according to CareerBuilder, with medical assistant, cardiologist, orthologist, and nurse practitioner earning more than $100K per year in 2016.

There is also a very high concentration of nurses in Canada compared to the U, with almost 75 per cent of nurses employed in Canada in 2016, up from 55 per cent in 2007.

The Health Professionals Benefits Plan (HPBP) allows people to pay for their own healthcare.

The plan provides tax deductions, employer contributions and other benefits for people with a medical condition, including certain types of cancer.

It’s not clear what type of benefits the government plans to offer people with medical conditions, but in 2016 the federal government said it would provide a maximum of $50,000 per year for individuals and $100,000 for families.