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AVERAGE SALARY / YEAR MOST TYPICAL SALARY / YEAR
Gross income
Net (after tax)

1.26 CAD = 1 USD

89,623 CAD

$71,318 USD
Toronto

89,748 CAD

65,347 CAD

$52,000 USD
Including "Toronto"
Excluding "Toronto"

Average Salary / Canada

Average salary in Canada is 89,623 CAD per year. The most typical earning is 65,347 CAD. All data are based on 5,557 salary surveys. Salaries are different between men and women. Men receive an average salary of 98,775 CAD. Women receive a salary of 75,526 CAD.

The most paid careers are Engineers & Technicians V with average income 132,202 CAD and Management & Business with income 121,520 CAD.

Based on education, the highest salaries receive people with Doctorate Degree with salary of 122,400 CAD. The second most paid education level is Masters Degree with salary of 104,178 CAD.

Different experiences affect earning as well. People with 20+ Years of experience receive salary of 120,766 CAD. Employees with 16-20 Years of experience receive 113,478 CAD.

Levels / Canada (Gross CAD)

Salary Levels (CAD) per Year Surveys [%]
12,600 CAD - 18,799 CAD
6 100%
0.11%
18,900 CAD - 25,099 CAD
57 99.89%
1.03%
25,100 CAD - 31,399 CAD
135 98.87%
2.43%
31,400 CAD - 37,699 CAD
141 96.44%
2.54%
37,700 CAD - 43,999 CAD
270 93.9%
4.86%
44,000 CAD - 50,299 CAD
393 89.04%
7.07%
50,300 CAD - 56,499 CAD
387 81.97%
6.96%
56,600 CAD - 62,799 CAD
459 75%
8.26%
THE MOST TYPICAL SALARY
62,800 CAD - 69,099 CAD
461 66.74%
8.3%
69,100 CAD - 75,399 CAD
320 58.45%
5.76%
75,400 CAD - 81,699 CAD
393 52.69%
7.07%
81,700 CAD - 87,999 CAD
271 45.62%
4.88%
88,000 CAD - 94,199 CAD
317 40.74%
5.7%
94,300 CAD - 100,499 CAD
286 35.04%
5.15%
100,500 CAD - 106,799 CAD
221 29.89%
3.98%
106,800 CAD - 113,099 CAD
159 25.91%
2.86%
113,100 CAD - 119,399 CAD
188 23.05%
3.38%
119,400 CAD - 125,699 CAD
142 19.67%
2.56%
125,700 CAD - 131,999 CAD
159 17.11%
2.86%
132,000 CAD - 138,199 CAD
104 14.25%
1.87%
138,200 CAD - 144,499 CAD
78 12.38%
1.4%
144,500 CAD - 150,799 CAD
64 10.98%
1.15%
150,800 CAD - 157,099 CAD
62 9.83%
1.12%
157,100 CAD - 163,399 CAD
42 8.71%
0.76%
163,400 CAD - 169,699 CAD
53 7.95%
0.95%
169,700 CAD - 175,899 CAD
49 7%
0.88%
175,900 CAD - 182,199 CAD
44 6.12%
0.79%
182,200 CAD - 188,499 CAD
9 5.33%
0.16%
HIGH SALARIES
188,500 CAD - 201,099 CAD
62 5.16%
1.12%
201,100 CAD - 213,599 CAD
30 4.05%
0.54%
213,600 CAD - 226,199 CAD
29 3.51%
0.52%
226,200 CAD - 238,799 CAD
23 2.99%
0.41%
238,800 CAD - 251,299 CAD
30 2.57%
0.54%
251,300 CAD - 263,899 CAD
25 2.03%
0.45%
263,900 CAD - 276,499 CAD
14 1.58%
0.25%
276,500 CAD - 288,999 CAD
18 1.33%
0.32%
289,000 CAD - 301,599 CAD
13 1.01%
0.23%
301,600 CAD - 314,199 CAD
4 0.77%
0.07%
314,200 CAD - 439,799 CAD
39 0.7%
0.7%

Gender / Canada (Gross CAD)

# Surveys AVERAGE SALARY / YEAR
1 Men 2,795 98,775 CAD
2 Women 1,284 75,526 CAD

Education / Canada (Gross CAD)

# Surveys AVERAGE SALARY / YEAR
1 Doctorate Degree 239 122,400 CAD
2 Masters Degree 1,042 104,178 CAD
3 Bachelors Degree 2,437 90,480 CAD
4 Bellow H. School 88 78,668 CAD
5 Some College 1,329 76,908 CAD
6 High School 422 72,133 CAD

Experience / Canada (Gross CAD)

# Surveys AVERAGE SALARY / YEAR
1 20+ Years 870 120,766 CAD
2 16-20 Years 507 113,478 CAD
3 12-16 Years 542 106,063 CAD
4 8-12 Years 852 92,868 CAD
5 4-8 Years 963 81,181 CAD
6 2-4 Years 735 70,499 CAD
7 1-2 Years 525 65,724 CAD
8 0-1 Year 563 60,823 CAD

Age / Canada (Gross CAD)

# Surveys AVERAGE SALARY / YEAR
1 71-75 6 125,793 CAD
2 56-60 185 119,510 CAD
3 51-55 289 113,226 CAD
4 46-50 410 111,718 CAD
5 41-45 484 110,839 CAD
6 61-65 77 106,315 CAD
7 66-70 17 101,037 CAD
8 36-40 554 96,638 CAD
9 31-35 723 88,344 CAD
10 n/a 1,479 84,574 CAD
11 26-30 804 73,641 CAD
12 76-99 4 71,379 CAD
13 21-25 446 61,451 CAD
14 14-20 79 44,737 CAD

Work Type / Canada (Gross CAD)

# Surveys AVERAGE SALARY / YEAR
1 Self Employed 233 110,964 CAD
2 Permanent 4,787 90,480 CAD
3 Contract 360 84,825 CAD
4 Part Time 177 49,261 CAD

Cities / Canada (Gross CAD)

# Surveys AVERAGE SALARY / YEAR
1 Calgary 481 108,828 CAD
2 Hamilton, Canada 104 97,644 CAD
3 Edmonton 309 95,633 CAD
4 Victoria, Canada 87 92,742 CAD
5 Toronto 1,733 89,726 CAD
6 Windsor 40 89,475 CAD
7 London, Canada 95 89,349 CAD
8 Niagara 41 88,595 CAD
9 Ottawa 383 88,470 CAD
10 Vancouver, Canada 794 87,967 CAD
11 Waterloo 107 85,454 CAD
12 Montreal 617 83,946 CAD
13 Quebec City 61 83,694 CAD
14 --Other-- 352 83,192 CAD
15 Winnipeg 153 79,422 CAD
16 Halifax 155 79,045 CAD
17 Oshawa 45 71,756 CAD

Career Groups / Canada (Gross CAD)

# Surveys AVERAGE SALARY / YEAR
1 Engineers & Technicians V 61 132,202 CAD
2 Management & Business 611 121,520 CAD
3 Aviation & Shipping 52 116,117 CAD
4 Law 95 112,975 CAD
5 Engineers & Technicians III 38 112,472 CAD
6 Engineers & Technicians IV 51 110,964 CAD
7 Health Care & Medical 160 106,063 CAD
8 Finance & Banking 305 100,911 CAD
9 Engineers & Technicians II 25 96,764 CAD
10 Security & Fireguard 38 93,371 CAD
11 IT & Programming II 313 93,245 CAD
12 Health Care & Medical II 151 91,988 CAD
13 IT & Programming 464 90,857 CAD
14 Construction & Labor Workers 195 88,972 CAD
15 Engineers & Technicians 396 87,841 CAD
16 Public Sector 161 86,962 CAD
17 Human Resources 158 86,459 CAD
18 Education & University 252 84,825 CAD
19 Salesmen & Saleswomen 145 84,825 CAD
20 Insurance 90 84,700 CAD
21 Automobile 47 84,700 CAD
22 Military 33 84,197 CAD
23 Properties & Real Estates 46 84,071 CAD
24 Marketing, Sales, Purchase 288 81,809 CAD
25 Archaeology & History 1 81,432 CAD
26 Geography & Geodesy 13 81,055 CAD
27 Architect Constructions 72 79,422 CAD
28 Logistics, Road, Railway 96 77,662 CAD
29 Media 82 74,395 CAD
30 Accounting & Administration 451 71,505 CAD
31 Manufacturing & Labor Workers 97 71,505 CAD
32 Making Design 83 70,751 CAD
33 Fashion 20 70,248 CAD
34 Hotels & Tourism 58 68,614 CAD
35 Agriculture & Fishing 22 68,489 CAD
36 Arts, Culture, Performance 40 64,090 CAD
37 Organization & Coordination 90 61,828 CAD
38 Customer Services 142 57,304 CAD
39 Sports & Recreation 27 55,670 CAD
40 Restaurants, Inns, Pubs 88 53,283 CAD

Careers / Canada (Gross CAD)

# Surveys AVERAGE SALARY / YEAR
1 CEO 34 207,352 CAD
2 Doctor 27 177,694 CAD
3 Director 92 157,587 CAD
4 Engineering Manager 29 147,534 CAD
5 Other Engineer Career 55 138,234 CAD
6 General Manager 52 133,082 CAD
7 Lawyer 37 126,170 CAD
8 University Professor 32 121,772 CAD
9 Operations Manager 49 116,996 CAD
10 Manager 97 109,456 CAD
11 IT Manager 67 109,079 CAD
12 IT Project Manager 51 108,702 CAD
13 Human Resources Manager 54 106,692 CAD
14 Project Manager 75 106,440 CAD
15 Construction Project Manager 28 104,053 CAD
16 Software Engineer 71 103,173 CAD
17 Business Development Manager 33 103,173 CAD
18 Chartered Accountant 59 102,293 CAD
19 CPA - Certified Public Accountant 22 99,654 CAD
20 Other Management Career 43 99,152 CAD
21 Other Sales Career 33 98,775 CAD
22 Other Human Resource Career 32 95,507 CAD
23 Civil Engineer 30 95,382 CAD
24 Financial Adviser 39 92,491 CAD
25 Other Finance Career 43 91,988 CAD
26 Hotel Manager 25 90,732 CAD
27 Marketing Manager 47 89,852 CAD
28 Other IT Career 42 89,224 CAD
29 Other Public Sector Career 79 88,344 CAD
30 Registered Nurse 29 88,344 CAD
31 Teacher 40 87,590 CAD
32 Engineer 106 86,962 CAD
33 Software Developer 117 86,836 CAD
34 System Analyst 35 86,836 CAD
35 Architect 33 83,946 CAD
36 Salesmen or Saleswomen 49 83,694 CAD
37 Electrical Engineer 50 83,066 CAD
38 Public Administration 46 82,689 CAD
39 Other Medical Career 45 77,662 CAD
40 Mechanical Engineer 53 77,034 CAD
41 Human Resource 24 76,406 CAD
42 Other Education Career 49 75,149 CAD
43 System Administrator 31 74,018 CAD
44 Financial Analyst 43 72,007 CAD
45 Marketing 27 71,128 CAD
46 AutoCAD 25 70,751 CAD
47 Web Developer 23 68,740 CAD
48 Customer Service Manager 31 66,855 CAD
49 Accountant 43 63,965 CAD
50 Restaurant Manager 24 63,839 CAD
51 Technician 32 63,085 CAD
52 Marketing Coordinator 23 59,692 CAD
53 Construction Worker 22 59,315 CAD
54 Human Resource Coordinator 23 57,178 CAD
55 Other Service Career 22 55,293 CAD
56 Office Administrator 30 51,021 CAD
57 Administrative Assistant 37 48,759 CAD
58 Call Center 28 42,852 CAD

People's individual salary examples (surveys)

Front End Developer
Posted 16 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Montreal Bachelors Degree 0-1 Year Intermediate 65,000 CAD

Senior Php Engineer
Posted 16 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Edmonton High School 2-4 Years Expert 85,000 CAD

Service Advisor
Posted 15 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Vancouver, Canada Some College 1-2 Years Intermediate 52,000 CAD

Sd Engineer
Posted 14 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Vancouver, Canada Bachelors Degree 0-1 Year Advanced 78,000 CAD

Police Constable
Posted 14 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Some College 16-20 Years Expert 118,100 CAD

Aerospace Engineer
Posted 14 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
--Other-- High School 2-4 Years Advanced 42,000 CAD

Area Manager
Posted 14 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Ottawa Masters Degree 12-16 Years Expert 100,000 CAD

Audit Manager
Posted 13 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 4-8 Years Advanced 107,100 CAD

Sales Associate
Posted 13 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
--Other-- Some College 0-1 Year Intermediate 52,000 CAD

Manager
Posted 09 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Halifax Bellow H. School 1-2 Years Basic 246,700 CAD

Engineer
Posted 09 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Ottawa Bachelors Degree 16-20 Years Expert 119,400 CAD

Management Consultant
Posted 08 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 16-20 Years Expert 350,400 CAD

Industrial Designer
Posted 08 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Vancouver, Canada Masters Degree 2-4 Years Advanced 51,300 CAD

Full Professor
Posted 08 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Montreal Doctorate Degree 16-20 Years Expert 148,000 CAD

Elementary Teacher
Posted 07 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Ottawa Bachelors Degree 2-4 Years Intermediate 67,600 CAD

Product Designer
Posted 07 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Waterloo Some College 1-2 Years Intermediate 54,300 CAD

Artiste Vfx
Posted 07 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Montreal Masters Degree 4-8 Years Expert 115,500 CAD

Phd Candidate
Posted 07 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Vancouver, Canada Masters Degree 1-2 Years Expert 34,500 CAD

Budget Analyst
Posted 07 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Victoria, Canada Masters Degree 2-4 Years Advanced 62,200 CAD

Analyst
Posted 07 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Bachelors Degree 8-12 Years Advanced 98,700 CAD

Cashier
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Niagara High School 2-4 Years Intermediate 148,000 CAD

Cfd Presales Engineer
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 0-1 Year Advanced 82,900 CAD

Warehouse Worker
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Montreal Bachelors Degree 8-12 Years Expert 49,300 CAD

Consultant
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 1-2 Years Intermediate 197,400 CAD

Strategy Director
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 2-4 Years Advanced 128,300 CAD

Engineer
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Ottawa Doctorate Degree 1-2 Years Expert 83,900 CAD

Firmware Developer
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Bachelors Degree 16-20 Years Expert 140,100 CAD

Graduate Engineer
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 1-2 Years Basic 72,500 CAD

Accountant
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Halifax Masters Degree 4-8 Years Advanced 51,300 CAD

Purchasing Director
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 1-2 Years Advanced 65,100 CAD

Procurement
Posted 06 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
--Other-- Doctorate Degree 16-20 Years Expert 157,900 CAD

Warehouse Supervisor
Posted 05 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Montreal Bachelors Degree 1-2 Years Advanced 59,200 CAD

Researcher
Posted 05 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 2-4 Years Intermediate 97,700 CAD

Administrative-contractor
Posted 05 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Hamilton, Canada Some College 16-20 Years Advanced 49,300 CAD

President
Posted 05 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 16-20 Years Expert 207,300 CAD

Silicon Design Engineer
Posted 05 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Bachelors Degree 2-4 Years Advanced 98,700 CAD

Flight Surgeon
Posted 05 April 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Ottawa Doctorate Degree 16-20 Years Expert 32,400 CAD

Recruiter
Posted 27 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Halifax Bachelors Degree 1-2 Years Basic 39,500 CAD

Certified Public Accountant
Posted 26 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 2-4 Years Expert 79,000 CAD

Locomotive Engineer
Posted 26 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Calgary Bellow H. School 16-20 Years Basic 76,200 CAD

Reliability Engineer
Posted 25 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
--Other-- Bachelors Degree 4-8 Years Expert 128,200 CAD

Self Employed
Posted 25 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Bachelors Degree 2-4 Years Advanced 49,300 CAD

Api Inspector
Posted 25 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Edmonton Some College 12-16 Years Expert 80,800 CAD

Civil Engineer
Posted 22 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Hamilton, Canada Bachelors Degree 1-2 Years Advanced 49,300 CAD

Director, Talent Acquisition
Posted 22 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 12-16 Years Expert 177,600 CAD

Mechanical Designer
Posted 22 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Calgary Bachelors Degree 1-2 Years Intermediate 69,100 CAD

Account Executive
Posted 22 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Montreal Bachelors Degree 0-1 Year Intermediate 83,900 CAD

Hospitality
Posted 22 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Some College 0-1 Year Intermediate 37,500 CAD

Teacher
Posted 21 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 2-4 Years Advanced 49,300 CAD

Financial Analyst
Posted 21 March 2022
City Education Experience Knowledge Gross salary / year
Toronto Masters Degree 12-16 Years Expert 118,400 CAD

ECONOMY / Canada

Introduction

Canada is a country found in North America. The country occupies 9.98 million square meters making it the second-largest country globally. It has ten provinces and three other territories and uses the Canadian dollar as its currency. The economy of Canada is massive and is highly dominated by the service industry, which hires most of the employees. The country is also ranked third when it comes to countries with the highest natural resources.

The guide will help you learn about Canada's economy and some economic sectors resulting in high economic growth.

 

GDP

Canada is ranked as number nine in terms of the nominal GDP and the fifteenth largest for GDP in purchasing power parity. Canada's nominal GDP estimate for the year 2021 is approximately $ 1.88 trillion, and the GDP in terms of purchasing power parity is $ 1.97 trillion.

The GDP growth has had downward trend reports from the World Economic Outlook database show that the GDP for 2018 and 2019 was 2.0% and 1.7 %. The year 2020 shows the worst GDP drop as it was estimated to have a – 7.1% drop. However, for 2021, the GDP growth is estimated to rise by 6.1 %, and experts forecast the GDP growth will continue to rise.

The GDP nominal per capita in October 2021 was $ 49,222, thus giving it a rank of number 18 globally, while the GDP per capita in terms of PPP was $ 57,713, thus being ranked as number twenty globally.

The highest GDP as per the various economic sectors shows the service sector making the highest contribution with 70.2% Followed by the industry sector with 28.2% and lastly the agriculture sector with 1.6%.

 

Economic sector

The main economic sectors in Canada are agricultural, service, manufacturing, energy, and mining.

·       Service sector

The service sector employs the largest number of employees in Canada, thus resulting in the country's GDP of about seventy percent. The retail sector employs most of the people where the businesses are mostly at the malls. The business sector, which includes real estate, financial services, and communication industries, is second. Other service sectors contributing to the high country economy include the health, tourism, and the education sector.

·       Manufacturing sector

The manufacturing sector has also contributed to Canada's economic growth. In the 1940s, the manufacturing sector accounted for about 29 percent. However, over the years, the GDP growth of the manufacturing sector has been falling. In the year 2020, the GDP growth was at 10.37 percent.

·       Agriculture

Canada is popularly known for the production of wheat and grains. Due to the high production, the country is a major exporter to other countries. 

·       Mining

Exporting the minerals produced has contributed hugely to Canada's economy. The country is ranked as number four globally for the production of platinum and titanium. 

·       Electricity

The electricity sector has played a significant role in the economic sector and Canadian politics. The government plays a major role in ensuring that power is effectively distributed and transmitted. In 2021 Canada was the second-largest producer of electricity after it accounted for 59 percent of electric generation. China was ranked as number one.

 

Employment Sector

1.    Employment

The level of the labor force in September 2021 was around 20.3 million, representing about 59.1 percent of the country's population. The average gross salary is about $ 1,042 per week. The service sector employs the largest portion. Some jobs with the highest demand in Canada include administrative assistants, web developers, information technology specialists, digital marketing specialists, scientists, and data analysts.

2.    Unemployment

Canada statistics show that in January 2021, the number of unemployed people was about 9.4 percent. Canada's highest unemployment rate was experienced between 2008 and 2009 as the country was going through an economic recession. The unemployment rate increased by 8.3 percent, which accounted for 1.52 million unemployed persons. When a country is undergoing an economic recession, most companies don't wish to expand, resulting in high levels of unemployment.

 

Exports and Imports

Exports

Canada states of trade 2021 show that Canada exports amounted to $548 billion. Canada's main exports include plastics, natural gas, aluminum, crude petroleum, fertilizers, timber, telecommunication, motor vehicles, and industrial machinery. The main export partners include Mexico, Japan, European Unions, United States and China. The highest exporter partner is the United States, with 76.2 percent.

Imports

Canada's main import partners include Mexico, Japan, United States, European Union, and China. In 2021 the country's imports were approximately $ 453 billion. Canada imports durable consumer goods, electricity, machinery and equipment, and motor vehicles parts.

Inflation

In the year 2021, Canada's inflation was 0.6 percent. Over the years, Canada's inflation has been decreasing. The main reason attributing to the downward trend can be based on the following explanation.  You find that when the oil and gas prices drop in the country, the housing prices go up, hence controlling the inflation rate.

The bank of Canada has a primary role in conducting a monetary policy to ensure that the inflation rate is stable. The monetary report is issued eight times a year. The bank has to come up with terms of how to keep inflation low and stable. The right inflation is ideal as the focus is to reduce the unemployment rates and improve the country's standard of living. One main strategy of how Canada keeps the inflation rate is by increasing the housing price and reducing oil and gas prices.

 

Conclusion

Canada has a highly developed mixed economy. It has a huge economy, thus being ranked as number nine globally. The service sector makes the highest contribution to the growth of the country's GDP. The main industries that have led to the high growth include wood and paper, petroleum, natural gas, fish products, transportation equipment, and chemicals. Canada is a great exporter, which has also contributed to the continuous rise of the country's economy.


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