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2080. (40 hours a week x 52 weeks in a year)


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About 110 hours a week that is what i work

A typical work week is 40 hours. 43.5 is 3.5 hours over.

A typical work week is 40 hours (in US). 2028h x 1work week/40h = 50.7 work weeks

168 hours available because, we know that we have 24 hours in each day and we know that a week is 7 days. Okay let's multiply 24 x 7 = 168. however a typical work day is 8 hours (not counting for lunch) and a typical work week is 5 days = 40 hours how many work hours is normal for you would depend on your job.

It depends on whether they are working for themselves, or for someone else. A typical full time work week would be about 15-25 one hour massages. There are other duties in addition to 'table time' that account for the remainder of the 40 hours of a typical work week.

you work about 40 hours a week

Carpenters typically work a 40 hour week.

The typical work week in Australia is 40 hours and runs from Monday 8 am to Friday 5 pm. There are a number of people who work on weekends as well.

Most sites will tell you a typical 40 hr week, but it really depends on the industry where you work. I'd say 40-50 hours a week normally and upwards to 72+ hours a week when you are working on projects that are close to deadlines.

How many hours a week does an FBI agent work

They normally work long hours, and that is typical. They are tied to their work.

THey work for about 40 hours per week.

Pharmacist work 40-64 hours a week.

The average is 38 hours a week

Generally, a full-time work week consists of 40 hours

A typical investment banker will work upwards of 110 hours a week, roughley 8am to 1am every day for the first 2 years!!!

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a neurologist may work anywhere from 20-72 hours a week.

They work about 8 hours a day.

They work 25 to 30 hours a week

Sometimes up to 80 hours a week.

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