When you’re trying to gauge the long-term potential of a prospective client it helps to know how they’re compensated. It’s especially tricky for a client who is new to her career. Though she may not be flush with cash right now, depending on her career she could be destined for affluence in a few years.

So if you’re curious about what certain jobs pay, Forbes has suggestions to help you find that information.

A good start is searching the job title and city online for postings that offer salary estimates. Job aggregators, like Indeed, generally have a salary link on their website, says Forbes.

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Other options for uncovering salary information include schmoozing others in the industry, and searching Statistics Canada’s labour force information.

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