Toronto tech workers are on the rise, but their salaries are still way below the national average.
And they’re not even the top earners.
Here’s a look at the top 20 tech employers in Canada.
General Motors Canada General Motors has been expanding and adding jobs to the GTA in recent years.
Now, the automaker is looking to expand into Canada, too.
The automaker plans to hire 150 people to help with the new Toronto plant and bring the workforce to 2,000.
“We’ve been working on that in the United States,” General Motors chief executive Carlos Ghosn told a news conference in Toronto in December.
Microsoft Canada The tech giant is growing and expanding its business in Canada, and its hiring binge has helped the country reach record levels of tech workers.
Microsoft has hired nearly 5,000 workers since it launched in Canada in the fall of 2014, the company announced in January.
In total, Microsoft is expected to hire close to 6,000 people by 2020.
Cisco Canada The world’s largest networking company is investing billions of dollars to expand in Canada and will add 1,000 new jobs to a Toronto plant that will be the largest in the world.
The company has hired more than 2,600 people in Canada over the past year, and the number is expected more than double that this year.
The move to Canada is part of a broader push by Cisco, which also announced it is building a new $1.9 billion facility in Toronto that will have nearly 1,500 new employees by the end of 2020.
Cisco has also announced a hiring spree in Toronto, which it said would see more than 1,400 new employees added by the year’s end.
The Canadian company plans to employ more than 3,000 in 2020.
Intel Canada The chip maker has announced plans to invest more than $1 billion in Toronto and create 1,800 new jobs.
In January, Intel said it would spend more than £200 million to build a new manufacturing facility in the city.
The new manufacturing and support center will be a “first of its kind” in Canada that will help it build a more efficient, more reliable and less costly manufacturing platform.
SAP Canada SAP has announced that it is investing $400 million in the tech hub in the heart of Toronto, and it is also adding 400 jobs to its Toronto workforce.
SAP’s expansion will allow it to hire 10,000 more people over the next two years.
IBM Canada IBM has announced it will add more than 5,500 workers over the coming years at its new manufacturing site in Mississauga.
The investment will help the tech giant add more jobs in the region.
Google Canada Google has announced its plans to create 1.5 million new jobs over the course of the next 10 years, and is investing in a new Toronto facility that will create at least 1,200 new jobs by 2020, according to the company.
The tech company is also expanding its Canadian operations in the wake of the announcement.
Twitter Canada Twitter announced it was expanding in Canada with a hiring blitz that has seen more than 7,000 jobs added in the past two years, bringing the company’s total workforce to about 6,600.
Facebook Canada Facebook has announced a number of initiatives to bring more people to the region, including a hiring drive that is expected over the summer.
The social network is also investing more than a million dollars in a second manufacturing facility that is set to open in Toronto by the beginning of 2020, the social network said in a statement.
The city is expected see about 50,000 to 75,000 employees over the following two years thanks to the investment.
Google News Canada Google News is the most popular news destination in Canada thanks to its success in the search market.
But the company is still struggling to compete with online news sites like Reddit and Tumblr.
The internet giant is currently working on a new product called “Google News for People” to help it keep up with the news.
Uber Canada Uber is looking for to bring thousands of new workers to the Toronto area over the years.
The taxi company has launched a hiring effort to bring the number of employees in Toronto to more than 20,000 by 2020 as it works to expand its operations to more areas.
LinkedIn Canada LinkedIn is expanding its Toronto office in an effort to compete in the job market.
In December, the online recruiting site announced it had hired nearly 1.4 million people over a four-year span.
The majority of those employees were in Toronto.
Apple Canada Apple is planning to add at least 5,800 jobs to Canada over a five-year period.
The iPhone maker said it is working with the province on “strategic initiatives to create and retain more than 10,500 jobs in Ontario over the long-term.”
The investment is part to a $2.2 billion investment announced last year in Toronto’s downtown core.
LinkedIn is also hiring