Posted October 14, 2018 10:19:13 When it comes to salary for planners, there are two basic categories.
One is the “regular” pay that comes from the day you’re hired and the next is the overtime pay that goes toward planning your next vacation and your wedding.
The former is a big pay day for anyone in the planning field and the latter is a great source of extra money for those looking to do their job well.
This post will walk you through the different types of hourly wage and how to calculate your pay for planning.
First, let’s get to the tips.
How much does a planner make?
The average hourly wage for a planner is $31.71 per hour.
This is the same amount a typical freelance planner would make in an hourly wage of $9.60.
This means that a planner’s hourly pay is slightly more than what an average freelancer makes.
To break down the pay, the hourly rate for a full-time planner is about $25.52 per hour and for part-time planners, the average hourly rate is about about $17.72 per hour (source: CareerBuilder).
How do you calculate your hourly wage?
A planner’s pay is calculated by dividing the hourly wage by the number of hours worked per week.
For example, if a planner worked about 5 hours per week and worked 5 days per week, the full-timers pay would be $25,132.
How do I calculate my hourly pay?
If you want to find out how much you’ll be making at your job, you can check your job site, look up your hourly rate and figure out how many hours you will be working.
For the planner I work for, I typically work for 8 hours per day and work an average of 15 hours per month.
My hourly rate at my job is $35 per hour, so I get paid $15.75 an hour.
I can see how I will be making about $100 a week.
How about tips?
There are two types of tips you can get from your employer.
The first is the hourly tip.
This pay is based on how many tips your company provides you.
The amount you receive will vary depending on your hourly pay, your job and the amount of work you’re doing.
You can also get an hourly bonus by talking with your boss about tips and perks you’d like to receive.
This type of bonus is not necessarily given out as part of the hourly pay.
If you do get the hourly bonus, it will be based on the amount you actually work and not on tips you received.
What’s the minimum hourly rate?
If your employer doesn’t provide tips or perks, you’ll receive your hourly salary on a weekly basis.
For me, I’m working about 45 hours a week, so my hourly rate would be about $30.20 per week (source).
If I worked an average 40 hours a month and had an hourly rate of $35, I’d get $28.30 a week ($30.70 per week x 40 hours = $38.30 per week).
How much is your hourly tip?
How much do you make per hour?
This is based off the amount your employer provides you with an hourly salary.
So if your employer gives you $20 per hour you get $40.
This will get you the same salary as an average hourly worker ($35).
If your salary is $40, you get about $11.25 an hour ($25 x 40 = $14.25).
So if you’re a part-timer, you will likely get about the same hourly pay as a full time planner ($25).
For a fulltime planner, you would get about half of what you get from an average freelance worker ($25), and a part time planner would get closer to the average full-timer ($10.75 per hour).
Are there different types or salaries for different roles?
There is a different hourly rate that you can apply to different jobs, including freelance and consulting.
A freelance job typically requires a bit more work.
A consulting job can get a lot more work, especially if you are involved in a large project.
The hourly rate you should consider is the amount that you will receive in tips, benefits and overtime pay.
For a freelance job, this will typically be about the amount a part timers salary is ($25-$30 per hour) and for consulting, it can be closer to $20-$25 per hour ($50-$60 per hour x 40 x 40).
Do you need to know your salary?
Yes, you should have a better idea of how much your hourly bonus is.
But before you get started, it’s important to understand the pay structure for your job.
You should also know how much of your pay is guaranteed.
You get your paycheck from your boss.
Your boss has the power to decide what your hourly wages should be and when they