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What Are The Real Earnings From The Job? (True Net Pay)

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Look at what you will really earn from a job you're considering. We're not talking about the net you take home after taxes and other deductions. Instead:

  • Add up all the hours you would spend at work, getting to and from work, socializing with people you wouldn't, taking courses, etc.
  • Add all the expenses you don't have now such as different clothes, or vacations you would need because of the job.
  • Subtract the expenses from your pay, and divide by the total number of hours. The result is what you're really earning an hour.

We call the result your "Real Earnings." For a chart to help you calculate Real Earnings, click here.

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