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Average Salary For Senior Business Analyst at Rogers Communications Inc.

C$56,769 - C$101,275
(Median)
C$54K
C$70K
C$88K
MEDIAN: C$69,550
10%
50%
90%

Compare Employers: Senior Business Analyst at Rogers Communications Inc.

Rogers Communications Inc. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) Scotia Bank
Compensation
Salary
C$54,119 - C$87,909
C$56,583 - C$92,887
C$54,239 - C$80,533
Bonus
C$1,228 - C$7,461
C$1,403 - C$12,204
C$2,215 - C$11,572
Total Pay
C$56,769 - C$101,275
C$60,756 - C$136,731
C$58,238 - C$94,126
     
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Gender Breakdown
5 reporting
83%
1 reporting
17%
0%
3 reporting
100%
3 reporting
100%
0%
Years Experience Breakdown
5-9
10-19
5-9
20+
1-4
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