Hourly to Salary Calculator for Employers

The hourly to salary calculator converts an hourly wage to annual salary — or the other way around. As an employer, use this calculator to help determine the annual cost of raising an hourly rate, or how hourly workers’ overhead business expenses on an annual basis.

Hourly or annual pay is just one component of growing a team. From recruiting to onboarding, find out what else you should know about how to hire employees.

Hourly to Salary Calculator

How do I calculate the hourly rate of an employee based on annual salary? Simply enter the hourly rate and the number of hours per week into the calculator below. If needed, modify the number of weeks worked for more accurate results.

Hourly to salary converter

(applies to any hours worked over 40 in a week)

Results

  • Annual salary:
    $0.00
  • Monthly pay:
    $0.00
  • Per week:
    $0.00

You can also determine the hourly wage of an employee by dividing their annual salary by the number of hours they work in a year. Based on a standard work week of 40 hours, a full-time employee works 2,080 hours per year (40 hours a week x 52 weeks a year). So if an employee earns $40,000 annually working 40 hours a week, they make about $19.23 an hour (40,000 divided by 2,080).

Salary to hourly calculator

How do I calculate the annual salary of an employee based on hourly rate? Simply enter the annual salary and the number of hours per week into the calculator below. Optional: Enter the number of weeks worked for more accurate results.

Salary to hourly converter

(applies to any hours worked over 40 in a week)

Results

  • Hourly Pay:
    $0.00
  • Monthly Pay:
    $0.00
  • Per Week:
    $0.00

You can also determine the annual salary of an employee by multiplying their hourly wage by the number of hours they work in a year. Based on a standard work week of 40 hours, a full-time employee works 2,080 hours per year (40 hours a week x 52 weeks a year). So if an employee makes $15 an hour working 40 hours a week, they make about $31,200 (15 multiplied by 2,080).

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