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    (Original post by GPODT)
    I should probably know this but I don't as I have never really held down a regular job.

    When an employee advertises a job with an annual salary of (for instance) £40,000 per year would I be correct in saying that you earn £40,000/52 = £769 per week which in turn is £769/5=£153 a day?

    Thanks
    What career sector in particular are we talking about here?

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