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    Asked Jan 19, 2008, 08:58 PM 2 Answers
    Hello, what does 28,000 a year figure out to be hourly, based on a 40 hour work week (possibly 45) Thanks!

    Last edited by monkeylips; Jan 19, 2008 at 11:40 PM.
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    iAMfromHuntersBar Posts: 943, Reputation: 146
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    Jan 19, 2008, 09:08 PM
    It depends how many hours you're contracted to do in a week!

    If you're on a 40 hour week it's almost 13.50

    However, if you're doing a 70 hour week it's only about 7.70!

    Unless this is some strange salary based question? Lol!
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    Jan 22, 2008, 04:59 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by monkeylips
    hello, what does 28,000 a year figure out to be hourly, based on a 40 hour work week (possibly 45) Thanks!!
    A regular 40 hour week results in 2080 hours per year. You divide the annual salary by 2080 to get your hourly rate. Your answer is $13.46. Remember if you are an hourly paid employee, anything over 40 hours a week gets time and a half.

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