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    • atlantis187
    • By atlantis187 14th Jan 20, 12:19 PM
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    How to work out wage
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:19 PM
    How to work out wage 14th Jan 20 at 12:19 PM
    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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    • Paully28
    • By Paully28 14th Jan 20, 12:27 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:27 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:27 PM
    would you divide the wage by 52, and then by 5 to get the daily rate.
    Then times this by 39

    2846.25
    • frugalmacdugal
    • By frugalmacdugal 14th Jan 20, 12:29 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:29 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:29 PM
    Hi,


    is your friend going to be teaching maths?
    Y'all take care now.
    • atlantis187
    • By atlantis187 14th Jan 20, 12:31 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:31 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:31 PM
    Hi,


    is your friend going to be teaching maths?
    Originally posted by frugalmacdugal
    Hahahaha
    unfortunately not
    • JGB1955
    • By JGB1955 14th Jan 20, 12:31 PM
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    • #5
    • 14th Jan 20, 12:31 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:31 PM
    They'll be getting holiday pay on top of the 39 weeks.
    #36 Saving for Christmas 2020 - 1 a day challenge.... 126/366
    • atlantis187
    • By atlantis187 14th Jan 20, 12:42 PM
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    • #6
    • 14th Jan 20, 12:42 PM
    • #6
    • 14th Jan 20, 12:42 PM
    would you divide the wage by 52, and then by 5 to get the daily rate.
    Then times this by 39

    2846.25
    Originally posted by Paully28
    Is the 2846 annual wage for working 1 day a week?
    What will the daily rate be?
    • frugalmacdugal
    • By frugalmacdugal 14th Jan 20, 12:57 PM
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    • #7
    • 14th Jan 20, 12:57 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:57 PM
    Hi,


    this is fun it's like the Krypton Factor.


    The answer can be found in post 2.
    Y'all take care now.
    • JGB1955
    • By JGB1955 14th Jan 20, 12:58 PM
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    • #8
    • 14th Jan 20, 12:58 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 12:58 PM
    Is their working day a full one .i.e. 7 hours 12 minutes, or a shorter 'school' day (often 6 hours)?
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    • MarkN88
    • By MarkN88 14th Jan 20, 1:51 PM
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    • #9
    • 14th Jan 20, 1:51 PM
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    • 14th Jan 20, 1:51 PM
    How many hours will they be working for that one day?
    • atlantis187
    • By atlantis187 14th Jan 20, 7:18 PM
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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)?
    Originally posted by JGB1955
    The hours have not been confirmed yet.
    Could you please give me a figure for both.

    Thanks
    • MovingForwards
    • By MovingForwards 14th Jan 20, 7:37 PM
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    You could always send them this link:

    https://www.thesalarycalculator.co.uk/prorata.php
    • phoenix1837
    • By phoenix1837 15th Jan 20, 10:51 AM
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    There is a specific calculation as they include holiday pay in the salary for the 39 weeks, then it is pro rated before being divided by 12 to give equal monthly amounts. Best thing to do is for them to phone the school and ask to see their salary calculation.
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