Putting Your Skills to Work

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Putting Your Skills to Work: pg 237 May 27, 2011 By Loretta Kubena: 1. Donivan Tech Gross earning per week: $967.50 Hourly wage for a 45-hour work week: $21.50 2. J&R Financial Group: Gross earning per week: $615 Yearly gross earning: $31980 3. Based on Sharon’s gross income, Donivan Tech pays the higher hourly rate. The higher rate is $1.00 per hour higher. Donivan Tech salaried full- time position (3wk vacation J&R financial hourly part- time position (2wk vacation) 4.(a)13240.82 5.(a)4064.35
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6.(a)37069.18 6.(b)27915.65 6.(a)712.87 6.(b)536.84 6.(a)15.84 6.(b)17.89 4.(b)26.30 5.(b)12.70 7. Which job do you think Sharon should take? Why? I think she should take the Donivan Tech job because they pay more and she does not have to cut her clothing expenses and if she watches it she will have extra spend money. Amanda Roberts 1. Donivan Tech Gross Earnings per week 967.50 Hourly Wage for a 45 hour work week 21.50 2. J&R Financial Group Gross Earnings per week 615.00
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Unformatted text preview: Yearly Gross Earnings 31980.00 3. DonivanTech paid a higher gross rate by $1.00 Donivan Tech Salaried Full-Time Position (3 wk vacation) J&R Financial Group Hourly Part-Time Position (2 wk vacation) Total Job-Related Expenses Per Year 4(a) $24,583.45 5(a) $15,027.50 Net Per Year Employment 6(a) $21,973.55 6(b) $16,952.50 Income Net Per Week Employment Income 6(a) $422.57 6(b) $307.45 Net Per Hour Employment Income 6(a) $9.37 6(b) $10.25 Percent: Work-Related Expenses 4(b) 48.86394% 5(b) 48.86991% 7. Which job do you think Sharon should take? Why? I think that Sharon should take the job with J&R Financial Group because it is closer to her home and there would be less time commuting to work. I believe that Sharon would be happier with this job because she would be able to spend more time with her children. The job-related expenses would be less also....
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