2015 CPA compensation study report

Findings from the 2015 Member Compensation Study reveal that holding the CPA designation is quite lucrative, with an average annual compensation of $151K, and a median compensation of $108K among members.

Compared to compensation levels reported in 2012, mean compensation increased by approximately seven per cent in 2014, with median compensation showing an increase of three per cent. For reference, mean compensation in 2012 was $141K, while the median was $105K.

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