RETAIL SALARY SURVEY
Automotive News Canada’s Retail Salary Survey finds that pay at all dealership levels exceeds by more than double the overall average pretax compensation for Canadian workers.
The pay for women at Canadian dealerships is increasing, on average, but the gap between men’s and women’s salaries is also growing, according to the 2023 Automotive News Canada Retail Salary Survey.
The first annual Automotive News Canada’s Retail Salary Survey finds that compensation at all dealership levels handily exceeds the overall average pretax compensation for Canadian workers, by more than double.
Dealership staff grossed about 13.5 per cent more total compensation in 2022 than in 2020, besting inflation of about 12 per cent. Indicators suggest that’s unsustainable
Based on responses to the Automotive News Canada Retail Salary Survey, the average dealership employee makes more than twice as much total compensation as a worker in the overall economy. Here's a detailed breakdown and look at all the numbers, by brand, byregion, by education, and more.