Co-op Salary Guidelines
The primary cost to the employer is the student’s wage. The chart below provides you with a good indication of the hourly salary employers pay students in each program.
Other costs to you, may include:
- Benefits (vacation pay, EI, CPP, and Workers’ Compensation contributions)
- Overhead (allocation of a desk, chair, computer, etc.)
- Supervisory time
- Travel costs, if you wish to reimburse the student for the costs of relocating
- Performance bonuses
Salaries are based on positions filled for the Winter, Summer and Fall 2019 co-op work terms (average of 35 hours/week).
All figures are rounded to the nearest dollar.