What is a Good Salary in Kelowna, British Columbia?

What is a Good Salary in Kelowna, British Columbia?

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The average yearly salary in Kelowna is $54,900 and the average household income in Kelowna is $105,300.

Kelowna, British Columbia
Updated: June 1, 2024

Average Cost of Living per Month in Kelowna

The average cost of living in Kelowna is $3,565/month for a single person who rents.This average is based on many factors including the cost of housing, transportation, groceries, and entertainment.
Average cost of living
$3,565/month

Monthly net income of $0/year
$0/month
Average total income in 2020
$54,900

Average total household income in 2020
$105,300

Average Salary in Kelowna

The average salary in Kelowna is $54,900, which is 0.8% higher than the Canadian average salary of $54,450. A person making $0 a year in Kelowna makes 100% less than the average working person in Kelowna and will take home about $0.
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Cost of Living Calculator

Below are the details used to generate the average Cost of Living for Kelowna. Change the inputs to match your lifestyle and see how it compares to the average cost of living and a salary of $0.
Renter
Homeowner
Housing

Housing

The average monthly cost of rental housing in Kelowna is $1,550.
Transit
Driver
Transportation

Transportation

The average monthly cost for a driver in Kelowna is $652.
Groceries

Groceries

The average person spends $513 on groceries per month in Kelowna.
Utilities

Utilities

The average monthly cost of utilities in Kelowna is $173.
Leisure & Entertainment

Leisure & Entertainment

The average person in Kelowna spends $152 on leisure & entertainment per month.
Clothing

Clothing

The average person in Kelowna spends $44 on clothing per month.
Restaurants

Restaurants

The average person in Kelowna spends $331 on restaurants per month.
Other

Other

The average person in Kelowna spends $150 on miscellaneous goods and services per month.
General Disclaimer: This tool is designed for approximation purposes only and should not be used to replace a legal or accounting authority. To simplify the process, some variables are assumed to calculate the numbers included on this page. The results of this calculator should not be relied upon to determine career or tax decisions.

Your Results

Disclaimer: These numbers estimate what it costs to live in Kelowna based on Numbeo data. People can live in the city for much less, while others may need much more to fund their lifestyle.
Your cost of living
$3,565/month

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CareerBeacon obtains its data from 3rd party services and cannot verify its accuracy. The information contained on this page is intended to be used for informational purposes only and should not be used to replace legal authority. The information contained in the demographic reports should not be relied upon for determining career and/or relocation decisions.
Rank City Avg. Salary Avg. Monthly Net pay Avg. Cost of Living Affordability Index
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1
White Rock, British Columbia $64,100 $4,145 $3,525
11758
117.59%
02
2
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11679
116.8%
03
3
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11423
114.24%
04
4
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11104
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05
5
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11045
110.45%
06
6
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10644
106.45%
07
7
Port Coquitlam, British Columbia $54,150 $3,595 $3,426
10494
104.94%
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10316
103.17%
09
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101.16%
10
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11
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12
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100.26%
13
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14
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98.64%
15
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98.29%
16
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97.34%
17
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18
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19
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20
20
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21
21
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22
22
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94.27%
23
23
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24
24
Nelson, British Columbia $49,360 $3,312 $3,523
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25
25
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26
26
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27
27
Vancouver, British Columbia $62,250 $4,045 $4,420
09150
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28
28
Nanaimo, British Columbia $48,880 $3,283 $3,591
09142
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29
29
Trail, British Columbia $47,920 $3,226 $3,559
09064
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30
30
Abbotsford, British Columbia $48,040 $3,233 $3,569
09059
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31
31
Armstrong, British Columbia $47,440 $3,197 $3,531
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32
32
Penticton, British Columbia $48,360 $3,252 $3,626
08969
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33
33
Williams Lake, British Columbia $50,400 $3,373 $3,775
08935
89.35%
34
34
Victoria, British Columbia $54,500 $3,616 $4,047
08935
89.35%
35
35
Quesnel, British Columbia $48,280 $3,248 $3,658
08877
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36
36
Powell River, British Columbia $45,200 $3,059 $3,479
08792
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37
37
Parksville, British Columbia $44,880 $3,039 $3,565
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38
38
Port Alberni, British Columbia $42,800 $2,912 $3,509
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39
39
Richmond, British Columbia $46,640 $3,147 $3,850
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40
40
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41
41
Burnaby, British Columbia $51,500 $3,438 $4,341
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42
42
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43
43
Surrey, British Columbia $48,160 $3,240 $4,198
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44
44
Creston, British Columbia $41,720 $2,845 $3,710
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The Affordability Index is based on a single, non-homeowner, who owns a car.
CareerBeacon obtains its data from 3rd party services and cannot verify its accuracy. The information contained on this page is intended to be used for informational purposes only and should not be used to replace legal authority. The information contained in the demographic reports should not be relied upon for determining career and/or relocation decisions.