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Average Salary For Solutions Architect at Bell Canada

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Updated: 20 Dec 2014
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Solutions Architect at Bell Canada Average Salary (?
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C$71,354 - C$146,672
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MEDIAN: C$93,752
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Compare Employers: Solutions Architect at Bell Canada

Bell Canada Ericsson Inc. Transat
Compensation
Salary
C$63,466 - C$122,307
C$67,172 - C$124,835
C$58,700 - C$92,749
Bonus
C$2,892 - C$22,670
C$2,381 - C$16,401
not applicable
Total Pay
C$71,354 - C$146,672
C$71,607 - C$142,506
C$53,574 - C$88,269
     
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits unavailable
Vacation Weeks 3.9 Weeks 3.1 Weeks 2.0 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
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6 reporting
100%
1 reporting
20%
4 reporting
80%
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2 reporting
100%
Years Experience Breakdown
10-19
5-9
10-19
5-9
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