Median employment income of unattached individuals in Canada 2001-2021

Median employment income of persons not in census families in Canada from 2001 to 2021

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Release date

July 2023



Survey time period

2001 to 2021

Supplementary notes

A person not in census families is an individual who is not part of a census family, couple family or lone-parent family. Persons not in census families may live with their married children or with their children who have children of their own. They may be living with a family to whom they are related or unrelated. They may also be living alone or with other persons not in census families.

Employment income includes wages and salaries, commissions from employment, training allowances, tips and gratuities, and net self-employment income (business, professional, commission, farming and fishing income). Adapted from Statistics Canada,, 2001 to 2021. This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

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