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# Number of working hours in a year?

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###### 2011-01-07 16:03:34

2,080 work hours per year in the US.

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No. of Accident*(Ref.Value)/(total working man-hours)Ref. Value=100 (Number of worker) * 45 (number of working hours per week) * 50 (number of working weeks a year)Result = 225 000if you accept number of working hours per week=40result will be = 200 000

Yes, a 15-year-old can work for Subway restaurants. He or she will be limited as to the number of working hours.

A restriction of the number of hours 16-year-olds can work. (APEX Class ;)

What are the total working hours for a 17 year old during the summer? Example: Working 2 part-time jobs! 1st 25-30 hours a week and the 2nd 30 hours a week or less.

There is no legal working hours for 13 year old. If you're 13 or under, you cannot legally be employed.

There are a number of variables that have to be resolved. * What are work hours? * Are vacations included? * How about Federal holidays? * Are Saturdays and Sundays available or only Monday through Friday. * Are all 8 hours considered working hours? * Are their contractual limitations on the number of hours that can be worked in a day? (Unions or other special agreements.) Straight up there are 2080 working hours. 8 hrs in the day = 40 hr wk X 52 wks in a year = 2080 hours

If you're 14 or 15, during the school year, hours are limited to 3 hours a day and 18 hours a week. On days when there's no school and in the summer, working hours increase to 8 hours a day and 40 hours a week.

The number of working hours, and working weeks in a year, can vary from case to case. You can assume an average of about 8 working hours a day, 5 days a week, and perhaps 50 working weeks a year - but it may be a bit less, depending on how many weeks of vacation an employee has. Also, an employee will usually not work 40 hours every week on average; it will be a bit less due to sick leave, vacations, etc. Anyway, you can make an estimate based on these numbers - probably anywhere between 2000 working hours a year, and perhaps 10-20% less than that.

With a 40 hour week and no vacation you work 2080 hours a year.

If you are working 40 hours per week, a full time year is 2080 hours.

Here is how to figure this out 13 X working hours= working hours X number of work days = working days X 4 weeks in a month = monthly total X 12 (a year)= Don't forget to take out for taxes, SSI, and State taxes from the gross. This will give you a net.

You can figure it out yourself. Just multiply the number of days in a year, by the number of hours in a day.

This depends on the amount of hours you are working in a year. If you are working about 4,500 hours a year then it would be about \$5.11 per hour, but seeing as how in most states the minimum wage is higher than that the pay varies.

There are 8760 hours in a non-leap year (24/day x 365).

There is exactly the same number of hours in a year in Australia as there is in all other countries that observe the Gregorian calendar. In a non-leap year, there are 8760 hours in a year, and in a leap year there are 8784 hours in a year.

Very simple. Multiply the number of individuals for a job by the number of hours worked in a given time. Example: 100 people working 40 hours in one week will result in 4,000 man hours.

1260 hours I multiplied the number of days with the number hours they're there a day!

With the obvious exception of leap years the number of hours in a year does not change.

Do it very slowly!! :) Alternantly you could multiply the number of seconds in a minute by the number of minutes in an hour by the number of hours in a day by the number of hours in a year. Or ask an 8 year old.

Just multiply the number of years (13) times the number of days in a year (365) times the number of hours in a day (24).

Assuming 2,000 working hours per year (40 hours/week by 50 weeks/year), as is the standard budgeted work hours/year, the math works out to be about 28.50/hour.

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