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Stable economic growth pays dividends to B.C. public-sector employees

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Stable economic growth pays dividends to B.C. public-sector employees

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Jamie Edwardson
Communications
Ministry of Finance
250 356-2821
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Contacts
Jamie Edwardson
Communications
Ministry of Finance
250 356-2821

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Examples of increases for B.C. public-sector employees

The following examples represent the two most-populous positions in each specific sector. The calculations are based on an employee at the top of their scale, including the annualized base salary and the annual increase provided by the 0.45% Economic Stability Dividend.

K-12 Sector

  • Education Assistant = $109/year based on 1,000 hours per year (10-month year) — $356 over the term of the agreement
  • Teacher = $346/year (10-month year) — $1,129 over the term of the agreement.

Post-secondary Sector

  • Instructor = $402/year — up to $1,298 over the term of the agreement.
  • CUPE support staff employee = $212/year — $684 over the term of the agreement.

Health Sector

  • Health Science Professionals - Medical Technologist Grade I = $300/year — $970 over the term of the agreement.
  • Facilities subsector - Nursing Assistant I = $200/year — $648 over the term of the agreement.

Community Social Services Sector

  • Community Living Services - Residence Worker = $167/year — $539 over the term of the agreement.
  • Community Living Services - Community Support Worker = $167/year — $539 over the term of the agreement.
  • General Services - Residence Worker = $167/year — $539 over the term of the agreement.
  • General Services - Adult, Youth and/or Child Worker = $178/year — $576 over the term of the agreement.

Core Public Service

  • BCGEU Master Employee = $238/year — $768 over the term of the agreement.
  • PEA Licensed Science Officer = $338/year — $1,092 over the term of the agreement.

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