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Average Salary For Mechanical Engineer at Bombardier

C$53,561 - C$78,817
(Median)
52K
59K
74K
MEDIAN: C$63,282
10%
25%
75%

Compare Employers: Mechanical Engineer at Bombardier

Bombardier Wildfire Inc. Pratt and Whitney Canada Corp.
Compensation
Salary
C$51,697 - C$78,906
C$41,389 - C$70,880
C$48,533 - C$104,185
Bonus
C$280.39 - C$8,377
not applicable
not applicable
Total Pay
C$53,561 - C$78,817
C$40,613 - C$68,996
C$48,819 - C$103,891
     
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Vacation Weeks 2.9 Weeks 2.0 Weeks 3.0 Weeks
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Years Experience Breakdown
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