# How would you break down an annual salary of \$36,242 hourly, if worked 40 hours a wee

How would you break down a salary of \$36,242 in hourly wages getting paid bi-weekly

 ROLCAM Posts: 1,437, Reputation: 250 Ultra Member #2 Aug 7, 2010, 06:11 AM
Just divide \$ 36,242 by 52.
This gives you= 696.96 a week.
\$ 17.424 an hour.
The bi- weekly figure is \$ 1,393.92.
\$17.424 x 80 hours = \$1393.92.

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