6 Jobs To Apply For In Quebec Right Now With An Annual Salary of $100,000 Or More

So you can finally say you make six figures a year. $$$

Finding a job in Quebec may not always be an easy task, especially if you're looking for something with a high salary. But at the end of the day, we're all searching for a good job in a field that we love, and, if it pays well, that's just a major bonus.

Making six figures is definitely something one can be proud of, and luckily for us, there's a myriad of job openings throughout the province that are currently offering salaries of $100,000 or more annually.

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So, if you desperately need a new car, are looking to purchase your first home, or simply looking to make a lot of money, make sure to see if you're eligible for any of these positions.

Educational Services Director 

Salary: $105,390 – $140,517 annually

Company: Centre de services scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys

Location: LaSalle, Quebec

Why You Need To Apply: If you're a natural leader with a vision, this might just be your dream job — as long as you're bilingual, too.

Division Chief 

Salary: $114,123 – $142,654 annually

Company: Société de transport de Montréal (STM)

Location: Montreal, Quebec

Why You Need To Apply: What better job to get in Montreal than with the STM? Especially with a salary like THAT.

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Business General Manager

Dupuis RH

Salary: $100,000 annually

Company: Dupuis Ressources Humaines

Location: Terrebonne, Quebec

Why You Need To Apply: If you're looking to start a new position and have no problem working in Terrebonne, this job can be the right fit for you.

Manager, Scientific Research

Merinov

Salary: $102,488 – $124,768 annually

Company: Merinov

Location: Sainte-Anne-des-Monts, Quebec

Why You Need To Apply: If you've got yourself a master's degree and at least three years of experience in scientific research, it'll definitely be worth your time to check this position out.

Director Of School Services

Salary: $105,390 – $140,517 annually

Company: CSMB (Centre de services scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys)

Location: LaSalle, Quebec

Why You Need To Apply: If you've got over six years of experience in a similar position, being a director of school services may just be the job for you. This full-time position would allow you to earn a solid amount of money while doing something you love.

Dean Of Engineering At Concordia

Salary: $250,000 – $300,000 annually

Company: Concordia University, with recruitment agency The Caldwell Partners International Inc.

Location: Montreal, Quebec

Why You Need To Apply: This position is perfect for someone who has a doctorate degree, along with more than five years of experience in a similar job. Make sure to check this opportunity out if you feel qualified!

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