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7 Quebec Job Listings That Promise $100,000+ Salaries

Most only ask for a bachelor's degree (plus an arm, leg and your firstborn).

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7 Quebec Job Listings That Promise $100,000+ Salaries

New year, new ambitions, new income goals. If you're one of the millions worldwide thinking about quitting your job in search of greener ($$$) pastures and better working conditions, consider this list of seven Quebec jobs a starting point — a source of inspiration in the gruelling job search journey ahead.

Each of these listings promises a salary of $100,000 or more on the Government of Canada's job search site. Most also only require bachelor's degrees.

Though each listing also has a long list of other necessary competencies and experience levels.

Hopefully this list gives you an idea of what the highest-paying jobs out there require.

Note that these links will break once listings expire.

Software Developper at David's Tea

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Salary: $135,000, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank

Location: Montreal, QC

Education level required: Bachelor's degree

Who Should Apply: David's Tea is looking for someone to "write, modify, integrate and test software code for e-commerce and other Internet applications" and "identify and communicate technical problems, processes and solutions" along the way.

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Internet Security Analyst at Morgan Stanley

Salary: $100,000 to $120,000, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank

Location: Montreal, QC

Education level required: Bachelor's degree

Who Should Apply: Morgan Stanley says it's looking for someone with at least five years of experience in online security to help fortify the company's information systems.

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Quarry Driller for DCB Drilling

Salary: $31.71/hour for 72 to 84 hours a week, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank. With those wages, a person working 72 hours a week for 48 weeks would earn over $109,000.

Location: Rouyn-Noranda, QC

Education level required: High school diploma

Who Should Apply: This drilling company based in northwest Quebec needs someone who can operate drilling machines to participate in activities such as "[boring] large blast holes to specified depths at staked positions in open-pit mine or quarry."

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Director of Development for NovoPro

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Salary: $100,000, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank

Location: Montréal, QC

Education level required: Bachelor's degree

Who Should Apply: NovoPro describes itself as an engineering consulting company. The development director would "establish objectives for the organization and formulate or approve policies and programs," according to the listing. As a representative for the company, the director should expect "regular" travel.

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Cloud Architect at DXC Technology

Salary: $105,000, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank

Location: Montréal, QC

Education level required: Bachelor's degree

Who Should Apply: Someone with extensive experience who can understand the terms in this job posting. DXC Technology wants someone who has been working in the field for at least 15 years.

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Optometrist at Vision-Ère Clinic

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Salary: $200,000, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank

Location: Val-d'Or, QC

Education level required: The listing asks for a "degree in medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine or optometry."

Who Should Apply: Applicants need to be members of the Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO).

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Sales Manager at Tenco

Salary: $100,000 to $120,000, according to the Government of Canada jobs bank

Location: Saint-Valérien-de-Milton, QC

Education level required: Bachelor's degree

Who Should Apply: On its website, Tenco calls itself a leading manufacturer of snow and ice removal equipment. The online job posting includes a long list of duties — it sounds like a pretty intense position for someone who's highly skilled at marketing.

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