Salary to Hourly Pay Calculator with Lost-Overtime-Wage Feature

Salary to Hourly Pay Calculator Sign

This online Salary to Hourly Pay Calculator will translate your weekly, monthly, or annual salary into its per minute, hourly, daily, weekly and monthly equivalents.

Plus, if you get paid on a salary basis, but you are working more than 40 hours per week, the calculator will even calculate what your hourly rate would be if you were getting paid on an hourly basis and getting time-and-a-half for overtime.

If you are paid by the hour and want to know how much you are making on an annual basis, visit the Hourly to Salary Calculator.

Or, if you would like to know the net profit you are earning from each hour you allocate to work, be sure to check out the Real Hourly Wage Calculator (WARNING: May cause lower jaw to come in contact with belly button).

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Salary to Hourly Pay Calculator

Calculate hourly pay from a weekly, monthly, or annual salary.

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Selected Data Record:

A Data Record is a set of calculator entries that are stored in your web browser's Local Storage. If a Data Record is currently selected in the "Data" tab, this line will list the name you gave to that data record. If no data record is selected, or you have no entries stored for this calculator, the line will display "None".

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salary:

Salary:

Select the salary time frame and enter the corresponding salary amount using only numeric digits 0-9 and, if needed, a decimal point.

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Hrs/day:Hours/workday:Hours per work day:Number of hours you work per day:

Hours per workday:

Enter the average number of hours you work each workday.

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Days/week:Days/week:Number of days per week:Number of days you work per week:

Number of days you work per week:

Enter the average number of days you work per week.

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OT hrs/wk:Unpaid OT hrs/wk:Unpaid OT hours per week:Optional: Unpaid overtime hours per week:

Optional: Unpaid overtime hours per week:

Enter the number of hours you would get paid overtime for each week if you were paid on an hourly basis instead of on a salary basis. The calculator will search for an hourly rate that would roughly add up to the entered annual salary when an overtime rate of 1.5 times the hourly rate is factored in.

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Hourly pay:Hourly pay:Hourly pay:Hourly pay:

Hourly pay:

This your hourly pay based on your entered salary, the number of hours you work per day, and the number of days you work per week.

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Rate w/OT:Rate with OT:Hourly rate if paid 1.5 for OT:Hourly rate if paid time and a half overtime rate:

Hourly rate if paid time and a half overtime rate:

If you entered a number of unpaid overtime hours per week, this would be your hourly rate if you were paid on an hourly basis -- with time and a half for overtime -- instead of on a salary basis. If you did not enter a number of unpaid overtime hours per week, the result will be N/A (Not Applicable).

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Minute:Minute pay:Pay per minute:Pay per minute:

Pay per minute:

This is you much you make per minute based on your entered salary, the number of hours you work per day, and the number of days you work per week.

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Daily pay:Daily pay:Daily pay:Daily pay:

Daily pay:

This your daily pay based on your entered salary, the number of hours you work per day, and the number of days you work per week.

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Weekly pay:Weekly pay:Weekly pay:Weekly pay:

Weekly pay:

This your weekly pay based on your entered salary, the number of hours you work per day, and the number of days you work per week.

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Month pay:Monthly pay:Monthly pay:Monthly pay:

Monthly pay:

This your monthly pay based on your entered salary, the number of hours you work per day, and the number of days you work per week.

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Yearly pay:Annual pay:Annual pay:Annual pay:

Annual pay:

This your annual pay based on your entered salary, the number of hours you work per day, and the number of days you work per week.

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If you would like to save the current entries to the secure online database, tap or click on the Data tab, select "New Data Record", give the data record a name, then tap or click the Save button. To save changes to previously saved entries, simply tap the Save button. Please select and "Clear" any data records you no longer need.

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How to calculate annual salary to hourly, and an interactive salary to hourly chart.

How to Calculate Annual Salary to Hourly

Here are the steps to converting your annual salary into your hourly wage, using a five eight-hour-day workweek and a $29,000 annual salary as an example.

Step #1: Calculate the number of hours you work per week by multiplying the hours you work per day by the number of days you work per week. In our example, the result would be 40 hours (8 hours per day times five days per week).

Step #2: Divide your annual salary by 52.14, which is the number of weeks in a year. In our example, the result would be $556.19 per week ($29,000 divided by 52.14).

Step #3: Divide the result in Step #2 by the result in Step #1. In our example, the result would be $13.90 per hour ($556.19 per week divided by 40 work-hours per week).

Interactive Salary to Hourly Chart

The following salary to hourly chart is based on a 40 hour work week, but you can update it to match your workweek hours.

hours per week, annual salary from to , incremented by
Annual SalaryMonthly SalaryWeekly SalaryHourly Pay
$5,000$417$96$2.40
$6,000$500$115$2.88
$7,000$583$134$3.36
$8,000$667$153$3.84
$9,000$750$173$4.32
$10,000$833$192$4.79
$11,000$917$211$5.27
$12,000$1,000$230$5.75
$13,000$1,083$249$6.23
$14,000$1,167$269$6.71
Annual SalaryMonthly SalaryWeekly SalaryHourly Pay
$15,000$1,250$288$7.19
$16,000$1,333$307$7.67
$17,000$1,417$326$8.15
$18,000$1,500$345$8.63
$19,000$1,583$364$9.11
$20,000$1,667$384$9.59
$21,000$1,750$403$10.07
$22,000$1,833$422$10.55
$23,000$1,917$441$11.03
$24,000$2,000$460$11.51
Annual SalaryMonthly SalaryWeekly SalaryHourly Pay
$25,000$2,083$479$11.99
$26,000$2,167$499$12.47
$27,000$2,250$518$12.95
$28,000$2,333$537$13.43
$29,000$2,417$556$13.90
$30,000$2,500$575$14.38
$31,000$2,583$595$14.86
$32,000$2,667$614$15.34
$33,000$2,750$633$15.82
$34,000$2,833$652$16.30
Annual SalaryMonthly SalaryWeekly SalaryHourly Pay
$35,000$2,917$671$16.78
$36,000$3,000$690$17.26
$37,000$3,083$710$17.74
$38,000$3,167$729$18.22
$39,000$3,250$748$18.70
$40,000$3,333$767$19.18
$41,000$3,417$786$19.66
$42,000$3,500$806$20.14
$43,000$3,583$825$20.62
$44,000$3,667$844$21.10
Annual SalaryMonthly SalaryWeekly SalaryHourly Pay
$45,000$3,750$863$21.58
$46,000$3,833$882$22.06
$47,000$3,917$901$22.54
$48,000$4,000$921$23.01
$49,000$4,083$940$23.49
$50,000$4,167$959$23.97
$51,000$4,250$978$24.45
$52,000$4,333$997$24.93
$53,000$4,417$1,016$25.41
$54,000$4,500$1,036$25.89
Annual SalaryMonthly SalaryWeekly SalaryHourly Pay
$55,000$4,583$1,055$26.37
$56,000$4,667$1,074$26.85
$57,000$4,750$1,093$27.33
$58,000$4,833$1,112$27.81
$59,000$4,917$1,132$28.29
$60,000$5,000$1,151$28.77
$61,000$5,083$1,170$29.25
$62,000$5,167$1,189$29.73
$63,000$5,250$1,208$30.21
$64,000$5,333$1,227$30.69
Annual SalaryMonthly SalaryWeekly SalaryHourly Pay
$65,000$5,417$1,247$31.17
$66,000$5,500$1,266$31.65
$67,000$5,583$1,285$32.13
$68,000$5,667$1,304$32.60
$69,000$5,750$1,323$33.08
$70,000$5,833$1,343$33.56
$71,000$5,917$1,362$34.04
$72,000$6,000$1,381$34.52
$73,000$6,083$1,400$35.00
$74,000$6,167$1,419$35.48
Annual SalaryMonthly SalaryWeekly SalaryHourly Pay
$75,000$6,250$1,438$35.96
$76,000$6,333$1,458$36.44
$77,000$6,417$1,477$36.92
$78,000$6,500$1,496$37.40
$79,000$6,583$1,515$37.88
$80,000$6,667$1,534$38.36
$81,000$6,750$1,554$38.84
$82,000$6,833$1,573$39.32
$83,000$6,917$1,592$39.80
$84,000$7,000$1,611$40.28
Annual SalaryMonthly SalaryWeekly SalaryHourly Pay
$85,000$7,083$1,630$40.76
$86,000$7,167$1,649$41.24
$87,000$7,250$1,669$41.71
$88,000$7,333$1,688$42.19
$89,000$7,417$1,707$42.67
$90,000$7,500$1,726$43.15

Adjust Calculator Width:

Move the slider to left and right to adjust the calculator width. Note that the Help and Tools panel will be hidden when the calculator is too wide to fit both on the screen. Moving the slider to the left will bring the instructions and tools panel back into view.

Also note that some calculators will reformat to accommodate the screen size as you make the calculator wider or narrower. If the calculator is narrow, columns of entry rows will be converted to a vertical entry form, whereas a wider calculator will display columns of entry rows, and the entry fields will be smaller in size ... since they will not need to be "thumb friendly".

Show/Hide Popup Keypads:

Select Show or Hide to show or hide the popup keypad icons located next to numeric entry fields. These are generally only needed for mobile devices that don't have decimal points in their numeric keypads. So if you are on a desktop, you may find the calculator to be more user-friendly and less cluttered without them.

Stick/Unstick Tools:

Select Stick or Unstick to stick or unstick the help and tools panel. Selecting "Stick" will keep the panel in view while scrolling the calculator vertically. If you find that annoying, select "Unstick" to keep the panel in a stationary position.

If the tools panel becomes "Unstuck" on its own, try clicking "Unstick" and then "Stick" to re-stick the panel.