# How much is 8.65 per hour? Maths calculation

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#1
If I work

9 hours a week for 4 days
Or
7 hours a week for 4 days

Salary
8.65 per hour

How much can I earn in 1 month?
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2 weeks ago
#2
Do you mean
4x 9 hour shifts a week?
4x 7hour shifts a week?
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2 weeks ago
#3
(Original post by GabiAbi84)
Do you mean
4x 9 hour shifts a week?
4x 7hour shifts a week?
i think thats what they mean
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2 weeks ago
#4
What month is it? Are we talking like 28 days, 30, 31? Months usually have 4 and bit weeks. Would you get in 1-3 shifts in that part week, or would they end up being placed within the next month?
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#5
(Original post by GabiAbi84)
Do you mean
4x 9 hour shifts a week?
4x 7hour shifts a week?
Yes
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#6
(Original post by Anonymous)
What month is it? Are we talking like 28 days, 30, 31? Months usually have 4 and bit weeks. Would you get in 1-3 shifts in that part week, or would they end up being placed within the next month?
Each month.
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2 weeks ago
#7
Yes
Okay well

4x9x8.65= £311.40 per week

X52 = £16192.80 a year
/12 = £1349.40 a month

That’s before tax and national insurance.
After would knock off roughly 20% as a high estimate so £1079.52 a month.

(As above it depends on whether it’s monthly/weekly/fortnightlightly/hourly or salary paid)

4x7x8.65= £242.20 a week
X52 = £12594.40 a year
/12 = £1049.50 a month before NI

~£1000 after NI.
Last edited by GabiAbi84; 2 weeks ago
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#8
(Original post by GabiAbi84)
Okay well

4x9x8.65= £311.40 per week

X52 = £16192.80 a year
/12 = £1349.40 a month

That’s before tax and national insurance.
After would knock off roughly 20% as a high estimate so £1079.52 a month.

(As above it depends on whether it’s monthly/weekly/fortnightlightly/hourly or salary paid)

4x7x8.65= £242.20 a week
X52 = £12594.40 a year
/12 = £1049.50 a month before tax

~£892 after tax and NI.
Wow thanks. So smart.
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2 weeks ago
#9
Less because of unpaid breaks
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2 weeks ago
#10
Wow thanks. So smart.
Ah yes-if your breaks are unpaid then a 9 hour shift wouldn’t be 9 hours.
So you would need to account for that.
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