# Wage to Salary Calculator

*Managerial Economics and Business Strategy;*2009

Welcome to Omni's wage to salary calculator! This tool is here to help you easily **convert between your hourly/daily/weekly wage and yearly/monthly salary**. When you now get your next par rise expressed in the annual salary, you'll be able to immediately determine how much more you earn per week/day/hour. In the short article below, we explain **how these conversions work** so that you understand perfectly well how our wage to yearly/monthly salary calculator operates in case you ever need to perform the computations on your own.

## How do I calculate the yearly salary based on hourly wage?

To determine your yearly pay from your hourly wage, follow these steps:

- Determine the
**number of hours you work per week**. Most probably, it is 40 hrs/week if you have a standard full-time job. - Multiply the number from Step 1 by your
**hourly wage**. - Multiply the result of Step 2. by 52, which is the
**number of weeks per year**. - The result is your
**yearly salary**. You may want to use an online wage to yearly salary calculator to verify your computations.

## How to use this wage to salary calculator?

Our tool is very straightforward to operate! To efficiently use our wage to salary calculator:

- Input your
**hourly or daily or weekly wage**. - The
**number of hours worked by week**is set to 40 by default. Of course, you can adjust this number (choose the`advanced mode`

to do this). The number of days worked per week operates on the same principle. - Our wage to salary calculator immediately computes and displays the results - your
**monthly/annual salary**.

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## FAQ

### What is my montly salary if I get $12 per hour and work half-time?

Your monthly salary is **$1,040** if you work 20 hours per week. We've got this result by multiplying your hourly wage ($12) by the number of hours worked per week (20) and then by the number of weeks per year (52). Finally, we divided by the number of months in a year (12).

If you don't work 20 hours per week, you must adjust these calculations. Use the following formula: `monthly pay = hourly wage × hours worked per week × 52/12`

or use an online wage to monthly salary calculator.