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# How to work out wage

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM
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Forumite
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edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM
Asking on behalf on someone else.
They have been offered a job in a school working 1 day a week for 39 weeks a year, the annual salary for full time is £18975

Much much will the wage be for the 1 day a week.
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• Forumite
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would you divide the wage by 52, and then by 5 to get the daily rate.
Then times this by 39

2846.25
• Forumite
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Hi,

is your friend going to be teaching maths?
Y'all take care now.

• Forumite
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Hi,

is your friend going to be teaching maths?

Hahahaha
unfortunately not
• Forumite
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They'll be getting holiday pay on top of the 39 weeks.
#2 Saving for Christmas 2021 - £1 a day challenge £79/£365.
#36 Saving for Christmas 2020 - £1 a day challenge.... £634/£366...
• Forumite
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Paully28 wrote: »
would you divide the wage by 52, and then by 5 to get the daily rate.
Then times this by 39

2846.25

Is the £2846 annual wage for working 1 day a week?
What will the daily rate be?
• Forumite
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Hi,

this is fun it's like the Krypton Factor.

The answer can be found in post 2.
Y'all take care now.

• Forumite
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Is their working day a full one .i.e. 7 hours 12 minutes, or a shorter 'school' day (often 6 hours)?
#2 Saving for Christmas 2021 - £1 a day challenge £79/£365.
#36 Saving for Christmas 2020 - £1 a day challenge.... £634/£366...
• Forumite
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How many hours will they be working for that one day?
• Forumite
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JGB1955 wrote: »
Is their working day a full one .i.e. 7 hours 12 minutes, or a shorter 'school' day (often 6 hours)?

The hours have not been confirmed yet.
Could you please give me a figure for both.

Thanks
• Forumite
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You could always send them this link:

https://www.thesalarycalculator.co.uk/prorata.php