As of 2000, a total of 670 paralegals were working in Nova Scotia, but by 2005, the total had increased by nearly 46.5% to 1,250. There was an average salary of $28,396 among these paralegals, which was an increase of about 7% from the year 2000. The median salary in 2005 was $28,976, which represented a significant increase of nearly 15% over the year 2000 when the median was $24,631.
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Hourly median wage
Statistics Canada originally published the data shown here in 2008. All data provided here reflects the findings of information gathered during Census Canada’s 2006 census poll.