How many hours does a CIA Agent work per week?
As many as is necessary to accomplish the mission.
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Answer As many as you want. The great thing about a real estate agent is that you pick your hours. You can work part time for a side income or full time. If you work for an agency, they may suggest a 40 hour week. Answer Quite the oposite. As a real estate agent, your CLIENTS set your hours. You …may work for a broker who insists that you be in the office or out showing a listing 9 to 5, but if someone calls at 4:59, you'll drive 30 minutes across town to show them a house. And if your phone rings on Saturday, you'll go to work. On Sunday afternoons you'll be hosting two or three open houses. If you don't, you'll miss sales and someone else will get the commissions. (MORE)
\n. \n Answer \n. \nIt's entirely up to the psychologist. Many work long hours. I worked for one that specialized helping children, and he often worked 14 hour days and then worked again when he got home. \n. \nMarcy
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nWELL IT DEPENDS .PEDIATRICIAN sometimes works between 45 to 50 hrs a week . My dad is a pediatrician and he works about that much.
A general practitioner (primary care physician) spends about 40hours per week seeing patients. The physician may spend additionaltime outside of business hours recording detailed notes about thepatients.
Depends on the company. My girlfriend is a full-time mechanic in his father's shop. He works 6 days a week from 8 AM until around 7 PM usually, rarely earlier. I hardly get to see him. His brother, on the other hand, works in the lube shop at Wal-Mart 5 days a week for exactly 8 hours a day. It real…ly depends on the place and shifts. If there are no shifts, you could expect to put in 10 hour days. (MORE)
50 Hours a week The average American works to around 35 to 40 hours per week. There are some Americans work even more hours per week depending on the job that they have.
Answer . head coaches should be working about 35-40 hours a week PLUS the games themselves.
How many hours per week a forensic psychology works varies. Theaverage is between 20 and 40 hours perk week.
The average working hours of a psychiatrist all depend on the practice he/she is in. For example, a psychiatrist in private practice may change their work hours in order to fit their appointments, while those who work in a classroom or a government agency work an average of 35-40 hours every week.
all depends could be 5 days 6 days or 7 days a week so they work 8 to 10 hours a day which means they work about 54 hours a week. Answer: There can be times when you can't go home (or if working from home you can't go to sleep) until you have finished the project in order to meet the deadline… on time. (MORE)
Most Europeans work an average of thirty five hours per week. Theycannot work more than forty eight hours per week.
Most police officers and police captains work 12 hour shifts. Thenumber of hours worked by the officer in a week is determined bythe need of the department.
the same as the other sports agent. They are always on the clock for there clients.
The amount of hours that a wedding planner works in a week willdepend on how busy they are. Some work up to 80 hours in a weekwhile some do it only part time.
It depends on how close to a deadline you are ive heard people i know in the industry pretty much living in the studio near a deadline. I study a field that is close to animation and have friends studying animation at university with me and we end up having to work over 60 hours a week to get the be…st marks its quite hard to verify it would most likely be 40+ hours a week but near a deadlines somewhere near 50-60+ most likely (MORE)
I arrive at work at 8:15 (not too early!) and I leave work when the school closes at 5:00. If it was open later, I'd probably stay on longer. There just never seems enough time to prepare for the next day, tidy up, organise the classroom, do displays, set up groups, solve problems etc.... I'm sure t…here are others who work many more hours and some who do less. It's around 44 hours a week on average. (MORE)
I have only been in car sales for 5 years and I made $45,000 the first two years and over $70,000 the last three years. Some people I work with made well over $100,000 a year. I work over 50 hours a week. I am paid a Commission of 30 to 35% of the profit on any sale or what is called a mini. This is… the least a dealership will pay for the sale of any Vehicle. (MORE)
About From 8-12 if theirs a long way drive to town or different routes it will be 10 hours of work
The store manager should work at least 40 hours. However, itdepends on the individual company requirements. If they are onsalary, they may have required functions, not a certain amount ofrequired hours.
24/7! They work all day every day... There is always a policeman on duty but individuals work a normal working week between 35 to 40 hours (without overtime)
I am a high school science teacher. Each day, I arrive to work at 6:15 am and I leave everyday around 4:15. I tutor students from 3:00 - 4:00. When I get home, I make lesson plans for the next week. I probably spend about 30 minutes per day on planning for the next week. I make up a power point and …worksheet. I probably spend 5 hours per week. I grade papers. I have a150 students. If the paper is essay or short answer----takes approximately 3 minutes per student to grade. If the assignment is multiple choice/matching, I may spend about 30 seconds per student grading. (I don't have time to grade during class since I am teaching and talking one on one with the students. On weekends, I grade. I probably spend approximately 5 hours on grading. OH and I put grades in the computer. I probably spend about 30 minutes per class. In one week I estimated that I put in 82 hours all together. (MORE)
They worked from sun up to sun down. It wasn't until the industrial revolution that people started to work hours, shifts, and had weekends. If it took six months to make a pair of shoes that's what it took, if it took 2 years to build a boat that's what it took. Ninety percent of the world was farmi…ng so work was every day, all day until it was dark. There were no "vacations" and very few holidays. People had to eat and to survive meant that they worked as long as it was light out. (MORE)
This will depend on the country in which you are working but is also dependant on the type of business you are employed by, regardless of local employment laws.
it depends on what state you live in. i liv in Utah a 14yr old can only work 3hrs a day on a school day.
Since an average person works 40 hours a week an FBI agent will work more because when you work a job while dealing with criminals cases can come at any time and at any minuute. Plus, there are so many cases you will always be busy!
Plumbers, pipelayers, pipefitters, and steamfitters often work more than 40 hours per week and can be on call for emergencies nights and weekends. Some pipelayers may need to travel to and from worksites.
Ignoring statutory holidays and the variation of days in a month, you could work it out this way:- there are 52 weeks in a year - thus 30*52 = 1560 hours a year. there are 12 months in a year - thus 1560/12 = 130 hours a month.
I am environmental engineer, i work in a really cool job. I am 22 and i am loving every minute of it. I wake up in the morning and leave to work like 10.00AM ....................and then I'm back at six........ Every employee has to work for 40 hrs a week, 150 hrs per month. So if you work more, yo…u don't get extra salary but you get rewards in the form of travel trips, vouchers, company cars and...........etc... so if you see, I have plenty of time and even when i go to work, its like going for field trips as i get to visit forests, reserves,, basically things concerning the environment and if you show lots of potential in your work, they send you abroad. I am like only 24 and have been working for 2 yrs only as a environmental engineer... I earn $11530 per month and have been to many parts of the world.. the only tiring thing in this job is that you have to travel a lot, and sometimes the sites you visit are pretty un-pristine and dirty..(I mean.cmn its the environment) (MORE)
Archaeologists work an average 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week, but their work hours vary greatly depending on the kind of Archaeologist and what things they are researching. The 40 hour week schedule is for Federal Archaeologists that work in federal offices or government offices, and Archaeologists… that work in museums. They are required to work at least 40 hours a week on average. (MORE)
well singers tend to work all day everyday so they work about froom 800 to 900 so 13 hours a day can you do the math for about a week?
That is a difficult question to answer specifically. I depends on where you work (Country, state) and what kind of medicine you practice (food animal, equine, small animal). I can answer this question from the perspective of a small animal vet working in Northern California. I would say, in general,… vets work long hours and are relatively underpaid considering the amount of schooling they need to finish (and debt). Not to mention, you need to be somewhat of a competitive/hard-working person to finish the necessary requirements of school. To broadly generalize, I see three kinds of vets. 1) The 'fresh vet', often recently out of school. You found a great employer and happy to be making a living and willing to work hard. You go out of your way for clients. You work 10+ hours a day 5-6 days per week. You are well-liked by clients, your boss loves you, you practice the best medicine you can and making good money. This is a transient situation. You graduate to either: 2) The 'content vet': Working 4 days per week with benefits. You are likely starting a family and have realized that you did not spend 20 years in school to let life pass you by. You develop a base of clients who are loyal and continue working for someone else or a corporation and keep stability and balance in your life. 3) The 'driven vet': You realize you are working hard for someone else and you do not need the comfort of a boss/employer to succeed. You open your own practice and micro-manage it to the hilt. You work 5-6 days per week and 10+ hour days. Your clients absolutely love you. You work hard and the financial rewards follow. Bottom line, you are in control of how many hours you work. But it's easy to get caught up in your work and you need to make an effort to balance yourself. (MORE)
526.5 Ã· 6 = 87.75 per week. 87.75 Ã· 6.75 = 13 hours per week.
15 hours and 10 minutes. Unless the 110 is after tax, which allowing for an effective tax rate of 25% would mean 146.67 before tax or 20 hours and 12 minutes.
Hours vary among veterinarians. A DVM out of college may work in a private practice or an emergency practice (after hours) and have to work the hours that are given to them. This could mean 7 days a week or 2-3 days a week, depending on the client base. Veterinarians who have their own practice may… work Monday through Saturday and still have calls throughout the night and on Sundays. Animals, like humans, can need medical attention on Christmas or at 2am on a Tuesday. In a smaller town with one veterinarian, a doctor can work around the clock whereas in a metro area there are emergency after hours clinics and dozens of doctors to go around and the supply meets the demand, so to speak. (MORE)
At the BSW level it will depend partially if you are hired on an hourly wage or as a salaried employee (also will depend a bit on what state you live in). As an hourly employee you would be required to work 40 hours and if you worked more you would get over-time. If you are salaried you are not enti…tled to overtime (though some organizations will give comp time). You are payed to get a job done and if that requires you to work overtime then that is what you are expected to do. So it is less about what area you work in and more about what type of employee you are. I've seen government employees put in 60+ hours and mental health folks put in 40. (MORE)
It depends on age, "exceptions" (like if a teenager is working for a relative), and schooling schedule. For fourteen and fifteen year olds, on average you can work approx. three hours a day but a maximum of sixteen hours during school weeks. During non-school weeks you can work eight hours a day, an…d a maximum of 40 hours a week. For 16+17, you can work 20 hours a week during school weeks, and 48 hours during nonschool weeks. (MORE)
You take 312.5 per week. to have 3437.5, you need to work for 11 weeks.
long enough to spell the occupation correctly: veterinarians Contact the Veterinary association in your state / country who may be able to supply the relevant data.
Normal hours to work in a week is 40hrs which is 5 days a week 8hrs a day. Which is a full time job. Anything over 8 hrs is usually over time unless you work under the construction law which is anything after 9hrs is overtime.
30 hours in a week during school for 16 and 17. 18 hours in a week for 14 and 15 during school. out of school, 40 hours a week for both age groups
24 hours 7 days a week :)i am a mum of two, one 7years and the second 9 months and i never stop, then when i do get a break its cause i am at work on my designated lunch break lol
Your wages don't necessarily affect how many hours per week you work. On minimum wage you could work any amount of hours (usually up to 40 per week) depending on your job requirements. Most folks work full-time 40 hrs per week, or part-time around 20-30 hours per week.
In the United States, between 45 and 55 hours per week would be average, although this can vary widely depending upon the clinic and the type of work the vet tech does.
Legally, the same amount as an adult(48) but as you are still attending school you would have to take the hours you are in school for into consideration. So let's say you can work from five pm onward on weekdays and 9am onwards on weekends. You could work all of them hours as that is legal but you m…ight not want to work that early on weekends after getting up early for your school. (MORE)
It is 2 and 3 fourths hours multiply by 5 days and you can get the answer by using a calculator.
They don't really work, they just rape their patients so they can "observe" their testicales. (giggle)
It very much depends on the laws and legislation of the state. Child labour is not only allowed in many countries it is actively encouraged. Other more 'enlightened' states have restrictions in place. You would need to state which country you mean.
This varies depending upon the type of practice the veterinarian is working in. A reasonable guess would be 50-60 hours per week, although this can vary from 40 to 100 hours.
A typical work week is 40 hours (in US). 2028h x 1work week/40h = 50.7 work weeks
It depends on whether they are going to release a new collection for the seasonal fashion weeks. As it gets closer they tend to work more because they have so much to prepare for. Otherwise it is dictated by their own creative onus