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Average Salary For Bank Teller at RBC Royal Bank

C$22,491 - C$38,088
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MEDIAN: C$32,539
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Compare Employers: Bank Teller at RBC Royal Bank

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Compensation
Hourly Rate
C$10.60 - C$17.39
C$9.98 - C$15.84
C$9.91 - C$14.75
Total Pay
C$22,491 - C$38,088
C$20,829 - C$33,084
C$20,665 - C$30,630
     
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Gender Breakdown
7 reporting
88%
1 reporting
12%
9 reporting
75%
3 reporting
25%
10 reporting
91%
1 reporting
9%
Years Experience Breakdown
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