This calculator converts a salary (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly) to an equivalent hourly wage. In other words, it determines how much you will be paid per hour given the amount paid and the time period. The following table explains how the solutions are calculated.

Time period | equation |

year | hourly pay = amount earned ÷ 52 weeks ÷ 40 hours |

month | hourly pay = amount earned X 12 months ÷ 52 weeks ÷ 40 hours |

week | hourly pay = amount earned ÷ 40 hours |

day | hourly pay = amount earned ÷ 8 hours |

Note: This calculator does not calculate monthly salary based on a 4 week month. Some people define a month as 4 weeks.

Note: This calculator assumes a work week consists of 40 hours and a work day consists of 8 hours. Therefore, overtime pay is included in these calculations.

Note: This calculator assumes a work week consists of 40 hours and a work day consists of 8 hours. Therefore, overtime pay is included in these calculations.

- Enter amount earned. This can be done by entering value or using the up and down arrows to step the hourly wage.
- Select the time period for the salary via the radio boxes.
- Inspect calculations and results in parameters, charts and graphs.

- Hourly pay rate - The converted hourly pay rate calculated form the salary.

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