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Donivan tech offered Sharon a full time management position with a yearly salary of 50,310 and 3weeks paid vacation. she will not be paid for hours worked above 40 hours per week. sharon works 45 hours per week. Her travel time for the trip to commute to work. her pay roll deductions are 17% of her gross salary. what are her gross earnings per week?
Weegy: Since there are 52 weeks in a year, divide her salary, $50,310, by 52 to get $967.50. Her hourly wage is figured by dividing this number by 45 to get $21.50/hr. Let's take this a step further to find the value of her efforts. [ To do this divide her weekly salary by 40. This results in $24.19. Subtract the two to find the value. $24.19-$21.50=$2.69 per hour. ] (More)
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Since there are 52 weeks in a year, divide her salary, $50,310, by 52 to get $967.50. Her hourly wage is figured by dividing this number by 45 to get $21.50/hr. Let's take this a step further to find the value of her efforts. [ To do this divide her weekly salary by 40. This results in $24.19. Subtract the two to find the value. $24.19-$21.50=$2.69 per hour. Caculate yearly job related expenses
Weegy: Let's take the problem one sentence at a time. The first piece of information is very important. The salary is $50,310. The second being the number of weeks of paid vacation is irrelevant because she is getting paid a salary. [ The second sentence is added information saying that overtime does not apply. The third sentence includes the important information of how much to withhold from her salary. Onto the math part. Let's do the wage per week. Since there are 52 weeks in a year, divide her salary, $50,310, by 52 to get $967.50. Her hourly wage is figured by dividing this number by 45 to get $21.50/hr. Let's take this a step further to find the value of her efforts. To do this divide her weekly salary by 40. This results in $24.19. Subtract the two to find the value. $24.19-$21.50=$2.69 per hour. ] (More)
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