Salary Difference Between an ASN & a BSN?

Answer There are three basic routes to becoming a registered nurse, or RN. Diploma programs are available, normally through hospitals and health systems. Associate degree programs typically result in an A... Read More »

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What Is the Difference in an Eligible & Ineligible Salary?

The term "eligible" or "ineligible" salary applies when calculating your income for retirement benefits. These terms are often used in calculating benefits for a pension fund where the future payme... Read More »

Whats the difference between salary vs hourly?

Salary means you are paid a certain amount monthly no matter what. And hourly means you are paid by the amount of hours that you come in.

Bimonthly Salary Versus Biweekly Salary?

There are many methods how employers choose to pay their employees. Workers can be paid an hourly wage or be paid a salary. The time scale for a salary can be monthly or annually. No matter if they... Read More »

How do i calculate an hourly salary from a yearly salary?

Calculate by HandDivide the amount of the yearly salary by the total number of hours worked in a year. Based on a 40-hour work week, the total number of hours worked in a year is equal to 2,080 (40... Read More »