Pension plans, they are available through the hospitals if you’re working to WRHA or RSNA and clinics is depending on the employer. Salary scales: most of the members of the hospital are unionized so we all have a contract that we go by when it comes to wages. But a new graduate usually starts at around 25 dollars an hour and, depending on where you go, on advancement you could increase to close to 40. Clinics? It’s depending on where you’re working, who your employer is, but for the most part they tend to be very comparable to the hospital because they need the staff as well. They know that if they don’t pay comparable that you’re going to go somewhere else.