Literally, the amount of money a student working in Canada is determined by some factors.

here, I will be posting to you the factors that determine how much you can earn while studying in Canada because students are allowed to blend school and work together in other to support themself.

Before you are considered fit to work as a student in Canada, you must start your studies at least 6 months ago.

**What are the Factors that Affect How Much a Student Can Earn in Canada?**

There are two major factors that will regulate how much you’ll earn while working as a student in Canada and these are;

**The Province****The Hours You Work**

Let me elucidate how these factors determine your income as a working student in Canada to your own understanding

**How does your province of resident determine the amount you’ll earn?**

In Canada, it’s was mandated by the federal government that the provincial governments are the ones to set the amount individuals working in each province can earn. So, the students working aren’t left out of this. Each province has a regulated average amount that’s suitable for students that are also working in Canada.

On that note, this article will show you how much a domestic or international student can earn while studying and working in Canada.

The amount you’ll see here is an annual salary. Though workers in Canada get paid per hour.

**How do the hours you work determine how much you’ll earn?**

For example, if you are a province where the minimum salary amount regulated to working students is C$13.00 per hour, that means if you work for one hour, you’ll receive the $13.00.

If you can work for 10 hours a week that means you’ll earn C$130.

If you work for 20 hours, that automatically gives you C$260 in a week. Likewise working for more or less than such hours.

With this, you can see that the amount of money you can make while studying in Canada is majorly determined by the number of hours you’ve worked.

However, there are limitations to the number of hours a student work while studying in Canada. Let’s take a look at this;-

**How Many Hours in a Week is an International Student Permitted Work in Canada?**

An international student working in Canada is entitled to work for only 20 hours every week when school is still in session.

But during holidays or summer break, the student is permitted to 40 hours per week (full time).

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**How Much Can a Student Earn in Canada?**

In Canada, the amount a domestic student earns as a salary differs from that of an international.

So, now I will be talking about the salary aspect in two categorize. Which are the ones for domestic students and that of international students.

**How much is the average salary a domestic student can earn in Canada?**

A Canadian citizen who is a student studying and also working there can averagely be making about C$17.91 each hour. That’s worth **$34,932 in a year.**

If the student is working with an entry-level position, the student will be earning below the earlier said amount and he/she will get **$28,279** as an average startup annual salary

On the other hand, workers with a high level of experience can be making **$54,768** per annum.

**How much is the average salary an international student can earn in Canada?**

Working in Canada as a student will entitle you to the average pay of **$27.79** per hour which amounts to **54,181 **every year (per annum).

If the international student is working with an entry-level position, the student will be earning below the earlier said amount and he/she will get **$44,959 **as an average startup annual salary

On the other hand, workers with a high level of experience can be making **$70,776** per annum.

From here, I’ll break down the minimum amount a student can earn per annum in each Canadian Province.

**How Much Can a Student Earn Per Annum in each Canadian Province?**

PROVINCE |
AVERAGE SALARY PER ANNUM (CANADIAN DOLLAR) |
NOTE |

Alberta |
C$39,043 | Int’l students are said to be receiving an average annual salary of $64,337 |

Prince Edward Island |
$25,350 | |

Nova Scotia |
$38,025 | |

Nunavut |
$53,793 | |

Ontario |
$35,100 | Int’l students are said to be receiving an average annual salary of $59,426 |

New Brunswick |
$38,025 | |

Northwest Territories |
$45,825 | |

Manitoba |
$38,025 | |

Quebec |
$38,025 | |

Yukon |
$25,448 | |

Saskatchewanz |
$36,553 | Int’l students are said to be receiving an average annual salary of$42,124 |

British Columbia |
$38,025 | Int’l students are said to be receiving an average annual salary of $50,103 |