# Hourly to Salary Calculator

Use our hourly to salary calculator to estimate how you are making an annual, monthly, and weekly basis. After you run some estimates, read on to see how your salary and hourly wages compare on the national level.

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How much do you make per hour?
$per hour Optional hours per day 40 hours per week days per week 20 weekdays off per year There are 52 weeks in a year weeks per year 4.0 weeks out of 4.3 weeks per month on average 92% of the year What is your salary? Your annual salary$38,400
$3,200 Your pay every 2 weeks$1,477
$738 An hourly wage of$20 is the same as an annual salary of $38,400 if you are working 8 hours a day, 5 days a week and 48 out of 52 weeks during the year. How to use this calculator Enter your hourly wage, hours worked per day, days worked per week, and weeks worked per year to calculate what your equivalent annual salary would be. Hourly wage Enter your hourly wage. If you are interested in seeing what other occupations make per hour, continue reading to see hourly wages by industry. The federal minimum wage is$7.25. State minimum wages range between $4.00 and$13.00.

Hours worked per day

The average American works 8.8 to 9.4 hours per day. Some factory employees work 12 hours a day.

Weeks worked per year

There are 52 weeks in a year. If you want to compare your hourly wage to a comparable annual salary, you might consider that salaried workers generally take public holidays off and are provided with vacation days.

There are 10 federal holidays a year. Paid vacation days range between 10 to 20 days depending on your tenure.

All together, this adds up to 3-4 weeks a year. The average salaried worker works around 48-49 weeks a year.

This calculator calculates converts your hourly wage into an equivalent annual salary, as well as monthly, biweekly, and weekly paychecks.

For the mathletes out there here is the equation to calculate your hourly wage from your annual salary manually.

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These equations can help you crunch the numbers to see how much you are making on an hourly or annual basis.