Image: ESAB Click image to enlargeWelders, pipe fitters and electricians are cited in a Workopolis survey among the high paying jobs in Canada that don't require a university degree.

 "Equipment Operators, Welders, Pipe Fitters, Electricians, Plumbers – all of these trades are in short supply in Canada. Even when working in cities, these roles can start at $80,000 to over $100,000. If you are willing to work remotely – then the salaries can go up exponentially," notes Peter Harris in a February 18 story on Workopolis' web site.

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