# Weekly Pay Calculator

*Managerial Economics and Business Strategy;*2009

With our weekly pay calculator, you can quickly find out **how much you earn per week** if you know your hourly/daily wage or monthly/annual pay. Scroll down to learn how this tool works and what formulas for weekly wage it uses - they may come in handy if you ever need to transform your brain into a weekly salary calculator!

## How to use this weekly pay calculator?

Our weekly wage calculator is very simple to operate:

**Input the data**that is available to you: your hourly/daily wage, monthly pay, or even yearly salary. Each one of these numbers suffices!- Your weekly pay (and all the other missing numbers) will get
**calculated and displayed immediately**. - Moreover, this weekly income calculator can
**work**as well! Enter your weekly pay and enjoy the results of backward calculations!*in reverse*

## How do I convert my monthly income to weekly pay?

To calculate your weekly pay given the monthly income, you need to:

**Multiply your monthly income by 12**(the number of months in a year), and then;**Divide the result by 52**(the number of weeks in a year).

This formula for weekly pay is implemented in most of online weekly wage calculators.

## How do I convert my hourly wage to weekly pay?

You need to follow these steps:

- Determine the
**number of hours you work per week**(the standard value is 40). - Then multiply the number from Step 1. by your hourly wage.
- The result is your
**weekly income**! If you struggle with calculations, try using Omni's weekly income calculator.

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## FAQ

### What is my weekly pay if I earn $18 per hour?

Your weekly pay is **$720** if work 40 hours per week. If this is not the case (e.g., you work part-time), you need to use the formula: `weekly pay = hourly wage × hours worked per week`

. You can verify your computation with an online weekly salary calculator.