"I Earn GH¢275 per Hour and GH¢38K Per Month": Lady Who Works as a Nurse in Canada Reveals Her Salary

"I Earn GH¢275 per Hour and GH¢38K Per Month": Lady Who Works as a Nurse in Canada Reveals Her Salary

  • A lady who is a nurse in Canada has opened up about how much she earns hourly, monthly and yearly
  • TikTok user, @aloine86 posted a video telling people how she works 36 hours a week to earn a living as a nurse
  • She explained to her followers that she earns GH¢275 per hour, GH¢38,000 per month and GH¢443,011 per year

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A lady has opened up to her followers, revealing how much she earns as a registered nurse in Canada.

In a video posted on her TikTok handle, @aloine86, she explained that she has one year of experience.

Photos of a lady living abroad who says she earns N11,600 per hour.
The lady who works as a nurse in Canada says she earns N1.6 million per month. Photo credit: TikTok/@aloine86.
Source: UGC

She said she works part-time, which is 36 hours a week, to be able to earn a living.

Lady who earns GH¢38,000 per month in Canada opens up

Her salary per hour stands at $34.24, which is about GH¢275 at today's exchange rate. She said she is paid in Canadian Dollars.

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Also, her monthly salary stands at $4,930, which is approximately GH¢38,000 when converted to Ghana cedis.

In a year, the lady says she earns $55,200, which will amount to a little over GH¢443,011 annually.

The lady says she currently lives in Toronto, Canada.

Watch the video below:

Reactions salary of nurse in Canada

Many reactions have followed the video. Other nurses also shared what they earn in the same country.

@Juliet said:

"Travel nursing in Alberta girl, $90/h."

@Folakemi commented:

"Please she said yoloooo. The way I’m laughing like I’m not a nursing student."

@Motemi reacted:

"I'm a caregiver in BC, you and I make almost the same amount, travel Nursing earns more."

@Sydney said:

"Why did you choose to work part-time instead of full-time? Is it more flexible?"

@The Evangelistic Temple Hub said:

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"Great! I want to come over to Canada. I live in France pls tell me how."

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