Hourly Rate Calculator

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How does this calculator work?

This calculator helps you add together your costs + your profit and divide that by the number of hours you will work.

i.e. (Business Costs + Personal costs + Profit you want to make) / number of hours that you will work = hourly rate that you should charge

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    FrancisMarch 30, 2016

    How do you calculate without knowing my age and therefore the number of years I will be working?

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      ShirleyAugust 11, 2016Staff

      Hi Francis,

      Thanks for your question.

      Our calculator is designed to give you a general indication of what your hourly rate should be.

      If you would like to discuss your personal situation, you may want to speak to a recruitment specialist.

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    MariaFebruary 28, 2015

    I’ve recently finished a 12 month – month by month contract of lead generation – sales/marketing account development – account management increasing the sales by 20% during this period ( on a part-time basis 3 days p/w ). My current hourly rates have been $28. p/h.
    The client has since hired a full time employee to take over from me. They have requested I spend 4 full days doing a handover which includes putting together the following;

    Documents outlining the processes I’ve created
    Training of systems to identify trends of accounts usage of the product
    My sales/marketing material – via email & phone
    Meet & greet of existing accounts in the field

    Q – to impart my knowledge, info and expertise prior to my departure, what is a reasonable fee to charge on an hourly rate, as I feel this warrants a higher rate than $28.00 p/h ?

    Greatly appreciate anyone/everyone’s feedback on this – please.

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      ShirleyMarch 2, 2015Staff

      Hi Maria,

      Thanks for your question.

      Please note that finder.com.au is an online comparison service and is only licenced to provide general advice. Our calculator is based on general information and does not take into account your personal situation.

      Your question is best answered by a recruitment specialist or employment agency who is able to advise on a rate that is best for you.

      You can also use our calculator above this page to help give you an indication.

      Cheers,
      Shirley

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