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A millwright is a tradesman who generally works with equipment in factories, plants and on construction sites. A millwright may be involved in installing, dismantling, reassembling and moving machinery. In 2017, there were approximately 3,973 millwrights working in Toronto. This is a 0.8% decrease in the number of millwrights working in the city in the previous year.
Salaries for millwrights are generally based on the number of years of experience you have.
The average entry salary for a millwright in Toronto starts at around $23.60 an hour. After 5 years of experience, the high end of a millwright’s salary is around $34.70 per hour. Millwrights are generally paid hourly and the salaries below reflect the years of experience you’ve acquired.
Entry level salary: $ 23.60 – $28.40
Intermediate salary: $ 26.40 - $31.70
Senior salary: $28.90 – $34.70
Many industries require millwrights. The following are the industries in which millwrights most commonly work in Toronto:
The skills that companies and industries require from the millwrights they employ vary greatly depending on the type of work they will be doing. The following are the most in demand skills for millwrights in Toronto.
Working as a millwright can provide you with the basic skills to build a stable lifelong career. In Ontario, the first step to becoming a millwright, after education, is generally becoming an apprentice. This will help to create a foundation of skills that the millwright will need for a successful career. Once you have completed your apprenticeship, in Canada, you will be required to take an examination upon which you will receive your certificate of qualification as a millwright.