Caregivers Salaries in Ontario


Job Postings

CAD 42,363 /yr

Average Base Pay

Low Average High

Average annual salary:

CAD 37,440

Lower end of salary range

CAD 39,520

Average of salary range

CAD 45,000

Higher end of salary range

Cities in Ontario with the Most Jobs for Caregivers

Here are the top 6 cities in Ontario with the most jobs for Caregivers and the average yearly salary in each:

CompTool's Squirrel includes 533 jobs postings for Caregivers in cities across Ontario.

Latest Caregivers Jobs

Discover the latest competitive salaries for Caregivers in Ontario.

Job Title Company Salary
Caregiver/Housekeeper AAC Home & Community Care CAD 37,440
PSW/CAREGiver- Stratford Home Instead CAD 38,480
Child Caregiver-Private Home/Kim So Won/Chiu Dylan Kim So Won Chiu Dylan CAD 34,424
Caregiver Assistance Rest for You CAD 52,000
live-in caregiver - persons with disabilities AGNES CARE CAD 34,944
child caregiver - private home ROCHELLE GROSS CAD 39,520
Caregiver Senior Support Care CAD 39,520
Caregiver PSW ComForCare Home Health Care Halton CAD 41,600

Companies With Most Job Postings in Ontario For Caregivers

If you're looking for a diverse range of job opportunities, consider exploring positions at these companies, which have a significant number of Caregivers job postings in Ontario:


Here are some frequently asked questions related to Caregivers job postings and salaries in Ontario:

Q How can I find caregiver job openings in Ontario?
A To find caregiver job openings in Ontario, you can start by searching online job portals, visiting websites of healthcare organizations, checking local newspapers, and networking with professionals in the industry. Additionally, you may explore government-sponsored job banks and employment services that list current caregiver vacancies.
Q What qualifications are required for a caregiver job in Ontario?
A Most caregiver jobs in Ontario require a high school diploma or equivalent, though some positions may require post-secondary education in health care or social services. First Aid and CPR certifications are often required, and depending on the employer, additional qualifications such as a Personal Support Worker (PSW) certificate, experience in elderly care, or a valid driver's license may be necessary.
Q What is the average salary range for a caregiver in Ontario?
A The average salary range for a caregiver in Ontario varies based on factors such as experience, qualifications, the type of care provided, and the employer. Typically, caregiver salaries in Ontario tend to reflect the provincial minimum wage up to a competitive hourly or annual rate commensurate with the caregiver's experience and the complexity of the care required.
Q Are there any government programs that support caregiver employment in Ontario?
A Yes, there are government programs that support caregiver employment in Ontario, including those that offer funding or subsidies for caregiver training, as well as programs aimed at assisting seniors and people with disabilities that include provisions for caregiver employment. Additionally, immigration programs may be available for individuals seeking caregiver positions as live-in or live-out caregivers.

List of Job Postings for Caregivers in Ontario

Explore our extensive list of Caregivers job postings in Ontario. Whether you're seeking your first job or considering a career move, you'll find a diverse range of opportunities. Click on the job titles to access more details and application links.

533 Job Postings
Caregivers in Ontario
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