Applying to a gov't position. unionized job. 30/hour = ?/year
I am applying for a government position and since its a unionized job, they list the salary as 30/hour. If the job is 9-5. What is that equivalent on a yearly basis (before tax)?
I am assuming its 9-5 less 1 hour lunch or breaks = 7 hours/day; 35/week; 2 weeks of statutory holidays; 3 weeks of vacation; so that leaves me with 52-2-3= 47 paid weeks. 47*35 = 1645 hours/ year. 1645*30 = 49350?
Can anyone that works in a unionized environment for a gov't comment on how 30/hour stated rate on a posting would translate on a yearly basis?