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Canadian workers can expect an average salary increase of 2.6 per cent in 2014, according to a national survey of public and private sector employers conducted by the Hay Group. (Thinkstock)
Canadian workers can expect an average salary increase of 2.6 per cent in 2014, according to a national survey of public and private sector employers conducted by the Hay Group. (Thinkstock)

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According to Statistics Canada's National Household Survey, 10 per cent of Canadians had a total income of more than $80,400 in 2010 – in contrast to the median income of $27,800. To be in the top five per cent, a Canadian would need a total income of $102,300. Canadians in the top one per cent are paid over $191,000 a year.

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