When it’s time for annual performance reviews, if you plan on including pay raises, you need to know the simple math behind calculating pay increases correctly. Raises can be based on any number of things including a worker’s piers, standard industry rates, length of time on the job, the amount of work to do, and even whether or not the boss likes the employee or not. There are few, if any, laws that govern how and when increases are granted, so it’s up to you to determine what you’re willing to give.

Timesheets.com has a free pay raise calculator that can help.

## Calculating the Percentage

Generally, you will want to increase their pay by some percentage. The national average pay increase generally hovers between 3% to 3.5% depending on the year. The trend is to reward top performers with a higher than average pay raise and average workers with lower pay raises.

I have written about percentage before – in the post about calculating sales tax – now we’ll relate percentage to pay increases.

When your employee is ready for a pay increase, decide what percentage is fair and then do the following calculation:

(current rate)(percent increase)=(increase)

### Step 1: Convert the percentage into decimal form

This is pretty basic, but you need to convert the percentage into a real number that you can use to multiply by the employee’s current pay rate. To do this, simply move the decimal two places to the left. For a 3% increase, you will use .03.

### Step 2: Multiply the employee’s current pay rate by that decimal

If your employee makes \$15/hour, then you have: 15x.03=.45. So your employee’s increase is 45 cents per hour. For an employee who makes a salary of \$45,000/year, then you have: 45,000x.03=1,350. So your salaried employee’s pay increase is \$1,350 per year.

## Why You Have to Convert the Percent

This is just a little theory and not needed to do the problem.

The percent symbol is used to tell you something about the number it sits beside. Percent means ‘parts per hundred’. So if a % sign sits beside a 3, it really means 3 parts per 100. You don’t need to know this to calculate a pay increase but it might help you to understand why you need to convert the percent into decimal form to begin with. 3% tells us we need to multiply our pay rate by 3 pieces of a hundred.

Do you remember what the decimal places mean? The first decimal place is the tenths place and the second is the hundredths place. This is why when we convert our percent we have to move two places – we have to open up the hundredths place.

## Automatic Pay Raise Calculations

The Human Resources Documents within the Timesheets.com time tracking service calculates pay raise percentage as well as keeps record of changes. Record keeping is required by the FLSA for all sorts of things related to payroll.

### Related Posts

1. Kathy white September 10, 2015

Can you tell me I currently make 10:50 dollars an hour just got 3% pay raise what will my new hourly wage be.

• Peggy September 11, 2015

Sure Kathy. I can help you. Find 3% of \$10.50 per hour by multiplying 10.5 by .03. That equals .315. So your new hourly wage will be \$10.50 + .315 = \$10.815

• Idella January 1, 2017

I am getting a 2% raise at 11.35.57 an hour.this will be retro from November 2016.how much is this?

• Cole T April 18, 2020

If your hourly rate is (X) dollars, then you plug your raise percent amount (Y) into the following equation (use a calculator if you wish):

(X)*(1+((Y)/100) )=(New Pay)

Example: Current pay=\$(10) per hour ; raise of (5%), the following equation illustrates this formula:

(10)*(1+((5)/100))=
10+0.5=
\$10.50 dollars per hour

• Rhonda March 25, 2017

Hi, if i get pay increase of 2 % on \$37K salary a year then how much will I make at the end of 5 years at 2% annual increase?

• MMT October 19, 2017

that’s a \$740 increase per year. x 5 = \$ 3,700 at the end of 5yrs.

• Raquel September 17, 2018

So the change in the yearly amount doesn’t increase the 2% increase each year. How does the 2% increase stay the same all 5 years? I would think that in year two the 2% is mutliplied by \$37,740 instead of \$37,000 and so on. Please help….

• Hi January 29, 2019

Hi Rhonda, I hope this helps

pay increase of 2 % on \$37K salary a year then how much will I make at the end of 5 years at 2% annual increase?

Equation:A=P(1+0.01/1)^1*5
Proof:

P 37000 A= 40850.98972
I 0.02
yearly 1
N 5

• Ali July 21, 2020

I am getting a 3% raise on \$1843, what will I be making after that?

• Lindsay Sommers July 27, 2020

First, you need to multiply your current rate by the decimal value of your raise percentage. 1843 x 0.03 = 55.29. Next, add your current wage to the previous value you calculated to get your new wage. So, \$1843 + \$55.29 = \$1898.29.

• CO Cupid November 8, 2019

\$37,000.00 x 2% = \$740.00 increase year 1 – end of year 1 total \$37,740.00
\$37,740.00 x 2% = \$754.80 increase year 2 – end of year 2 total \$38,494.80
\$38,494.80 x 2% = \$769.90 increase year 3 – end of year 3 total \$39,264.70
\$39,264.70 x 2% = \$785.29 increase year 4 – end of year 4 total \$40,049.99
\$40,049.99 x 2% = \$801.00 increase year 5 – end of year 5 total \$40,850.99

• Bianca April 23, 2020

Hey i make 19hr and got a 25 percent raise how much is that

• Lindsay Sommers April 24, 2020

First you will multiply your current hourly wage by the decimal value of your raise (19.00 X 0.25= 4.75). You will then add the total to your hourly wage (4.75 + 19.00= 23.75). Your new hourly wage is \$23.75.

• Eduardo June 2, 2017

Hi,i get paid 10.50 x hr and 4% of the service charge,if we have to divide \$13,730 with 9 more servers,how much are we supposed to get?

• Ashley August 12, 2017

If I make 19.78 and got a 10% raise how much do I make now

• Angel Coleman August 23, 2017

I get paid 10.50 with 3% how much is that

• Mary October 23, 2019

Increase pay if 2.5 i get payed 14.40 how much would that be?

• Lindsay Sommers November 1, 2019

I assume you are referring to a 2.5% increase on a \$14.40 hourly wage. If that’s not correct, please clarify so I can assist you further. First, you will convert 2.5% into decimal form, which is 0.025. You will then multiply the decimal increase by your current hourly wage, which is 0.025 X 14.40 = 0.36. Add 0.36 to 14.40, and you’ll get a total of \$14.76/hour

• Neisha September 25, 2017

Hi I make 17.16 an hour but I’m suppose to be getting a 3.5 percent raise how much will I be making now

• Charisse Anderson Lynch November 30, 2017

Hi Peggie, my husband makes 10.50 an hr and recently got a 2.5% increase. In his performance he got exceeds on everything. So can ypu tell me how it end up being a 4 cent raise ?

• Raquel September 17, 2018

It should be an .2625 increase.
10.50 * .025 or 2.5% = .2625
10.50+.2625= \$10.7625 an hour

• Ed naci June 7, 2018

Can you help me with mine please? I make 10.89 and just got a 6.25% raise

• jaylon farris September 5, 2019

can you tell me what
A worker earns ​\$29.50 per hour. If she receives a 9 and one half
​% pay​ raise, what is the amount of her hourly​ raise?

• Lindsay Sommers September 5, 2019

You would multiply the employee’s current hourly wage by the decimal value of 9.5%. \$29.50 X 0.095(raise) = 2.8025. The employee will get an increase of \$2.8025 per hour, which totals to \$32.3025 per hour.

• Kimberly September 14, 2019

So i have a question towards ur answer lets say its 3.5% and pay is 10 65 it would be .035 right so 10.65 + .372

• Lindsay Sommers September 17, 2019

Yes, that is correct. You will get a \$0.372 raise, making the hourly rate \$11.023

• Romondo Ivey March 12, 2020

I use to make 13.33 hr I got 3% raise so what’s my new salary rate?

• Lindsay Sommers March 18, 2020

First you need to multiply your current hourly rate by the decimal value or your raise percentage (\$13.33 x 0.03= 0.3999). Next, you’ll add the total value to your current hourly rate (\$13.33+\$0.3999= \$13.72/hr). To find your yearly salary, you need to multiply your new hourly rate by the amount of hours that you’re going to work in the year. Now, assuming that you’re full-time and work every day, you’re expected to work about 2,080 hours each year. 2080 X 13.72= ~\$28,537 annual salary.

• Robert April 25, 2019

I got 1 percent raise every six months for 1 year what was my actual raise for the year

• Lindsay Sommers April 25, 2019

You need to multiply your hourly wage or salary by 1 percent (0.01). For example, if you make \$15/hr and get a 1% raise at the end of 6 months, you will multiply 15 X .01. That equals 0.15. Your pay after 6 months would be \$15.15.

2. Beverly April 21, 2016

I make 9.76 anf gonna get a 2% raise how much will I make

• Timesheets.com April 26, 2016

Hello Beverly. Multiply your hourly rate by .02 and you get 19 cents. So your new hourly rate will be \$9.95 per hour.

• Mark August 31, 2018

Hello, Can you help me? I have employees that work 40 hour weeks and this is not an issue for their percentage of increase. I also have compressed workers that receive 4 hours of OT every day they work. How can I figure out the percentage to give them in comparison to the 40 hour a week employee?

• Shakeia Mitchell June 22, 2019

Good morning
I make 14.21 an hour. I just received a 2% raise. How much will i be making an hour

• Lindsay Sommers June 24, 2019

You will want to multiply your hourly wage by the decimal value of your increase. In this case, you would multiply 14.21 X 0.02 = 0.2842. Add your current hourly wage to this number 14.21 + 0.2842 = 14.49. Your new wage would be \$14.49.

• Yulanda E Paige October 13, 2019

I’m confused ok if I get 752 in ssi and I get an increase of 1.6% how much is that

• Lindsay Sommers October 14, 2019

I’m unfortunately not familiar with SSI, but I can tell you that a 1.6% increase of 752 is 12.032. So, all together you’re looking at a change from 752 to 764.032.

3. johnny June 15, 2016

i need to figure the equation differently. at an increase of \$.48 with a 3.5% increase what is the rate of pay before ?

• Timesheets.com June 15, 2016

Hi Johnny,

We can just plug in what we know to the formula and solve. Rate(%) = increase

R(.035) = .48

Now divide both sides by .035 to get R = .48/.035

R = 13.71

4. shana July 10, 2016

Hi if I make 19.28 HR and I got a 1.2% raise who much would I be making a hr

• Timesheets.com July 21, 2016

Hi Shana,

You’ll be making 23 cents more per hour so that will bring your hourly rate up to 19.51.

5. Sarah July 29, 2016

Hi I make \$9.75 an hour and got a 1% pay raise. How much would that be?

• Timesheets.com August 4, 2016

Hi Sarah,

That would be a 9 cent raise.

• Tommie Brown August 6, 2018

I make 10.00 a hour I’m getting a 30% raise how much would that be

• ANDREW BERRY September 20, 2018

You will now make 13 an hour!!! Congrats!!! ?

• Dan September 5, 2018

Hi If I make 17 a hour and got a 2.8 % increase how much will I be making ?

• Tiff December 4, 2018

It’s a 10c raise

6. Nia August 15, 2016

So, a 3% increase from 3189 would be \$95.67. Is that correct?

• Timesheets.com August 23, 2016

That is correct.

• Nicole October 4, 2017

I’m getting a 5% raise and I make \$20 now. What will I be making once I get this raise

• Me March 14, 2018

If you don’t know how much 5% of \$20 then the answer to your question “what will I be making once I get this raise?” is … TOO MUCH!

• Raquel September 17, 2018

\$21

• Luv July 19, 2020

I make 18.15 a hr & getting a 2% raise how will I be making hrly. Thanks

• Lindsay Sommers July 21, 2020

Hi there. 18.15 multiplied by the decimal value or 2% (0.02) equals 0.363. 0.363 + 18.15 equals \$18.513 per hour

• Lee Karr January 22, 2019

I make \$13.18 hr I got a 2% rase how much do I make now

7. Chanel August 22, 2016

I make 10.25 and I just got a 25% raise how much will I make

• Timesheets.com August 23, 2016

10.50

• Dorcel December 21, 2016

You would make 12.81.

10.25 x .25= 2.5625, round that off to 2.56

2.56+ 10.25= 12.81

8. Suzane August 25, 2016

Get paid \$15.25 what is 18% raise?

• Timesheets.com August 29, 2016

15.25*.18=2.74

9. Lisa Canales August 29, 2016

Hello I make \$16.50 an hour and I just got a \$80.47 (3.0%)per month raise. How much will my new hourly pay be?

10. Becca September 3, 2016

Currently paid \$9.00 and my shift difference is.75 geting a 2% raise how much is that??

11. Gina September 7, 2016

18.00 per hour for a 5% increase is?

12. Lisa September 19, 2016

Hello I make\$14.90 a hour and will receive at 7.5% raise what will I make more?

13. Luke September 28, 2016

Write a blog post showing how to calculate a pay rise – get a comment section full of people asking you to do it for them. Gotta love the internet!

• eric d May 24, 2017

You got that right! It’s insane to think you can spell something out, step by step, and seeing the questions coming in. Timesheets.com has been handling with grace instead of saying “can you read my damn post, please?”

14. Dana October 6, 2016

If I have a 10% increase of 9.25 what will my new pay be ?

• Jason June 14, 2018

15. Kathleen Washington October 7, 2016

Hi if I make 11.18 and I’m getting a raise for 3.5 percent how much will I be making

16. Liz bell October 22, 2016

if i received 824.00 a month and I’m getting an 3.0 percent increase in Jan what will i be getting each month

17. Kay October 25, 2016

How do I figure 1.5% less per month. This year I am making 2018.30. I need last years figure.

• Peggy Emch October 29, 2016

Hi Kay,

This problem is a little different. Writing out the problem in words should help it make sense. 1.5% of your old salary was your raise last year so we are going to add that to your old salary to get your new salary.

(old salary) + 1.5%(old salary) = new salary

Let’s call the old salary x since we don’t know that value. And we’ll write 1.5% as a decimal to get:

x + .015x = 2018.30

Combine terms:

1.015x = 2018.30

Solve for x:

x = 2018.30/1.015

x = 1988.47

Last year’s salary was \$1988.47

18. Ingrid Harris October 25, 2016

If I make 22.77 an hour and got a 3% increase how much will that be??

19. Mardie November 9, 2016

Hi

If I make 19.25 hr an 2.250 percent change would have my hourly rate at what amount?

20. Curt November 28, 2016

I have an employee who makes \$13.00 per hour. I want to increase her hourly rate to \$15. What percentage of increase am I giving her

• Peggy Emch November 29, 2016

Plug in your numbers to the equation to get 13x=2.
Divide both sides by 13 to get .15
So it’s a 15% raise.

• AH April 19, 2017

What is the increase if you go from \$13.25 to \$13.75?

• Gene Hampton June 17, 2018

I make 19.12hr I just got 3.5 how much

21. Bryan Kano November 30, 2016

I make \$53,610.00 per year, next year I am slated to receive a 26.03% increase. How much would my new annual salary be?

22. Angelita Rivera December 8, 2016

If I make \$11.43 and I’m getting a 4% raise, what will my new pay be?

23. Eboni Weakley December 10, 2016

I make \$9.50 a hr and got a 2% raise how much is that

Hello i make \$9.00hr and just got a 2.5% raise how much would i be making on the hour now?…. Thanks!

25. Kathy December 18, 2016

I make 15.49 an hour and getting a 2.1% raise. What will my new hourly rate be.

26. Tom December 19, 2016

Morning, I make 35.80 and hour, my increase is 2%, however my multiplyer is 3%. I’m not sure when/how I calculate the 3%. Is it 3% increase if my 2% raise? Thnx Tom

27. Alexis December 20, 2016

Hello I have a question if I make \$15.12 an hour and my job is giving us a 9.5% wage increase how much money is that?

28. Liam December 20, 2016

I make 15.00\$ and i got a 4% pay increase what do i make now.

29. Diana Vaughn December 23, 2016

Can you help me if I was getting 10.62 a hour a now it’s say 10.830 a hour I much raised they gave me

30. quita January 1, 2017

I make 10.75/hr Sunday thru Thursday and make 11.25/hr Friday and Saturday I’m receiving a 2% raise how much will my pay be

31. Anthony January 3, 2017

Whats my pay raise by percentage rate. I made 21.00 hr and now I make 21.75 an hr . Whats my percentage of pay raise? I made 48,000 yeár salary/ bonuses included. Need to find out next years estimated salary…Please .

• Peggy Emch January 5, 2017

Hi Anthony,

That’s about a 3 and a half percent raise.

• Anthony November 23, 2018

If I make 12.50 an hour and got a 3.5 percentage raise. What would that be?

32. Jay January 6, 2017

Hello I got a 7.5% pay increase and I get paid 17 an hour. Would that equal \$18.27? Thank you for your help.

Yes

33. Angela January 6, 2017

I’m getting a 10% increase I’m making 8.45 a hour

34. Roxanne January 18, 2017

I am getting a 14.9% raise. I currently make 12.00. Then I will be getting the same raise 3 more times.

35. missyazzyrose January 18, 2017

I make \$15.45 an hour & getting a raise to 6.6% how much will that be?

36. Kristine G January 19, 2017

If the raise is based on CPI how do I know how much the raise? CPI is 2.1%

37. Kayla January 24, 2017

I am getting a 2.5% raise at 11.00 an hour how much is that

38. Deveon January 28, 2017

lol you explain how to do it yet people ask you ……yet they can do it themselvs……….lol

• Nina Gaushus March 14, 2018

39. Swooze February 3, 2017

I have a contract that states that I my increase of CPI cannot be more that 3.5%. Last years CPI .7 and this years CPI is 2.1. My fee last year was \$1.12. So the most I can increase would be \$1.12 * .035 = .0392 = .39 cents?

So last years fee was \$1.12 and I would increase by the maximum of .39 = 1.51?

40. Matt February 18, 2017

Hey just to make sure when you calculate your hours by how much you get an hour you use multiplication right?

• Peggy Emch February 22, 2017

Right. Hours x pay rate = pay.

• Casey March 3, 2017

Hey im makeing \$10 per hour and im post to get a raise of 20% what is it

• Sharon Eutsey December 22, 2019

Hi, Im making 13.00 dollars an hour. Im getting a 52 cents raise on the hour how do i calculate that.

• Lindsay Sommers December 24, 2019

Hi there. Since you’re making \$13.00 an hour and you’re getting a raise of \$0.52, you will add your raise to current hourly rat, which totals to \$13.52/hour.

41. Lamarra February 22, 2017

If I make \$16 an hour and I got a 3,000 dollar a year raise, what is my new hourly rate?

42. Michael Johnson February 23, 2017

It’s funny to see that this article tells you the EXACT steps on calculating your hourly/monthly/yearly earnings yet almost EVERY single comment is “how much will I make if … “.

• Peggy Emch February 28, 2017

🙂

43. Jeffery Cummings February 23, 2017

What is the formula to find out how many years it will take to get to 30.00 p/hr if I get a standard 2% raise every year.

44. John Hallahan March 16, 2017

Hello Peggy,
I make \$3068.00 a month. how much will that increase with a .03% increase?

45. Mari March 18, 2017

Very helpful. Thank you ever so much.

46. Kevin Luck March 18, 2017

Sorry, not sure if I’m doing this right because I’m not leaving a reply but would like to make new post.

Math & I have never been good friends.

I was making \$18 an hour but now make \$24 an hour getting a new job.

Would a percentage increase be %24 or %2.4?

Thank You

• Peggy Emch March 30, 2017

Hi Kevin,

• Johnny sales May 25, 2018

Hello I just received a 1%raise I make 16.50 now how much will I be making ?

47. Eddy March 20, 2017

Whats the 6% increase of 15 dollars?.

48. Micheal Blane March 23, 2017

my salary is \$45,000 im getting an 2.5% raise. What will my salary look like?

49. Tommy March 24, 2017

I make 95,000 a year before bonuses. I am to receive a .2% raise. Would that be 95000x.02? and what that equals would be divided over the year ?

• Peggy Emch March 30, 2017

Hi Tommy. Yep. Add 1900 to your 95000 and then divide that by however many paychecks you get.

50. J March 29, 2017

Thanks for breaking down the ‘why’ helps people who don’t like math to understand and comprehend

• Erica April 5, 2017

Hi. I just got promoted from 14.85 to 15.11. How much is that raise?

• Peggy Emch April 6, 2017

15.11-14.85=.26. Your raise was 26 cents, which is a 1% raise.

51. craigy k April 7, 2017

Hi, I make 40K a year and just got a 3% bump. How much do I make now?

52. Marie D. April 11, 2017

Great demonstration!

53. Maria April 12, 2017

I get 1% of my salary for each year that I work. So if I work 35 years I will get 35% of my salary. What if I work 35 years, and eight months would that be 35.8 percent of my salary?

• Peggy Emch April 13, 2017

It’s not this simple. You need to use the compound interest formula to get an accurate number. For example, if you make 20,000 per year, your first raise will be \$200. The next year your raise will be \$202 and the next it will be 204.02 and so on.

• Isauro Valdez April 13, 2017

Hi Peggy,

Just want to say you have done a fantastic job on the way you have taken the time to respond and assist everyone that had a question. Awesome job!

54. joe April 26, 2017

i ushally get 17 an hour and im offered a 10 percent raise what is my new payment

55. Veronica April 27, 2017

Can you help me I get paid 21.00 dollars an hour they raise 10% more how much am I gonna make now

56. Tay Irie April 30, 2017

I make 12.30 per hour and I want to make 13.50 per hour. What is the pay increase in percentage?

57. Mary May 3, 2017

If I make 22,000 a year and the avareage pay in my position is 47,000 is that 50% higher than my pay rate or 1.2% higher?

58. Pushpak Yeole May 4, 2017

Presently i have 2 Lakhs 17 Thousands / Anum, Salary now i gonna switch to another organisation, I just wanted to ask how do i calculate my salary increase by %ge

59. Brooke May 5, 2017

My husband is getting ready to be laid off at the end of the month instead of trying to live off unemployeement he found a job that is a \$5 cut in pay. He’ll make 15.53 a hour the 1st 3months then goes to 17 an hour. They give a 2%raise based on what you have made in a certain time frame. How would I calculate that? Lets just say he’ll make 12000 in this time frame. How would this translate into an hourly increase?

60. Alex May 6, 2017

If my pay is \$13.20 and my increase is 1.5%
What would my raise be ?

61. Keli Knox May 8, 2017

I will be making \$9 an hour but I also will be receiving 7.5 increase on my pay. Can u tell me what will be my new wage ?

Can you tell me I currently make 10:50 an hour, i work on Saturday, Sunday and Monday for 6 hours, i get pay every 2 weeks.

63. MELISSA May 18, 2017

Iam getting paid 11.20 getting a 4 % increase .. hiw much will that be

64. Roland May 23, 2017

Good day, curious, say if I made 26.08 an hour and got a 6% increase, what would be my new hourly wage? Thanks

65. Shauna May 25, 2017

What percent raise is \$4 an hour?

66. monica June 3, 2017

If I’m being paid \$16 dollars an hour and got a pay increase of 2 dollars how would I calculate that?

• Peggy Emch June 5, 2017

Word the problem as follows: What percent of 16 is 2.
Write that out in math: x*16=2 –> x=16/2 –> x=.125

• Lan March 9, 2018

Hi. Thanks for helping people out. This reply does not work for me though as I dont the math you used and the symbols used such as x*. If you could include the reverse method in this article: how to calculate a pay raise increase not just by percentage but by the dollar/currency increment amount and how to word the problem and also explain it for us that are not good with math/math symbols that would really help a lot of people. For instance. I pay someone 14 per hour and if I want to pay them 19 per hour, I don’t know how to go about figuring the percentage out from this angle rather than what is explained in the article which only talks about things if we already know the perentage. The calculator only works based on percentage but we often need to know the other way around. Thanks much : )

67. rosa June 6, 2017

What is £6 raised by 5% Thank yoy

68. Roxanne Ziegler June 7, 2017

If someone is making is making \$175,00 annually and they get a \$15,000 raise to \$190,000, what is the percentage rate of the increase?

69. Maggie June 21, 2017

Im getti g paid 10.17 an hr and everyone is getting a 3% raise …. How much is mine

70. dulce diaz July 10, 2017

If someone gets a \$50.00 dollar increase on there rent is that 10% interests or less?

• Peggy Emch July 18, 2017

That would depend on how much the person’s rent is.

71. Thelma Young July 10, 2017

Im making 8.31 an hr and getting a 2% raise how much will my hrly pay go up to??? Need to know now

72. Liz arellano July 10, 2017

So if I get paid \$12.47 and I’m getting a 3% raise how much is it in total more?

73. Joe July 12, 2017

I make 33,915\$ a year our new contract just passed and they owe us 2% for a year-and-a-half does anyone know how much that would be

74. Fitts July 20, 2017

What is 4% added to \$11.00

75. kimberly July 24, 2017

I just got a raise. I had currently made 8.40 an hour. Now i make 9.30 an hour. However i noticed my raise was 10 cents short. It was supposed to be 9.40 an hour. Could you tell me exactly how much of a raise i got please. Thank you

• Peggy Emch August 2, 2017

Hi Kimberly. You got about a 10% raise. 10.7% exactly.

76. Terra July 27, 2017

I make 10.25 a hour but will get 10% shift difference so how much do I make ?

77. Carla July 28, 2017

What is 7% raise for \$30per hour would be??

78. Latrice August 14, 2017

Hi, if I make 16.50 and received a 6.50 percent raise how much is my hourly rate?

79. Nicole August 24, 2017

Hello, I make 16.19 an hour and received a 2.4% increase. What is my new hourly amount please?

80. Rachel August 25, 2017

I make \$17/hr, how much would a 5% raise make it?

81. Tim August 31, 2017

I make 12.93 an hour, but will be getting a 2% raise from the midpoint of 14.52 an hour. How much would that be?

82. Marie Gonzales September 7, 2017

I make 30,000 annually. Received a \$ 580.00 increase for the year. What is the percentage?

83. Mary September 8, 2017

I am getting a 3% raise at 36.62 an hour.this will be retro from July 2017 to August 2017 how much should I expect to get?

84. Julia October 6, 2017

My husband just got 6% raise and he makes 13.50 hr how much will I make now

85. Ron December 7, 2017

If i make 12\$ hr and I been in the cleaning industry 10 yrs how much of a raise would be fair to accept

86. johanna rodriguez December 19, 2017

Kevin got a raise at his job. His hourly pay went from \$10.50 to \$11.75,
What was the percent of increase to the nearest percent?

87. laurent December 26, 2017

my salary is 30 000 vatu in 2 weeks, the government wants to increase in 22%. how much do I have in 2 weeks?

88. Esther February 2, 2018

will the percent will calculate on basic salary or gross pay

89. Marti February 5, 2018

So if I make 10.50 an HR and go an 11% raise how much is that ?

90. smith February 7, 2018

I am making \$24 an hour and now will be making \$57,000
What would the pay increase be in a percent for this?

91. Swangchuk March 29, 2018

My current basic salary is 20120 n i got an increment of 6% ….now what is my basic salary? ?

92. Tammy April 4, 2018

My last hourly rate was \$21.63hr and now its \$22.00hr how much percentage is that?

93. Amy Johnson April 24, 2018

I make 26.76 hourly how much do I make annually

94. Jennifer Richardson July 11, 2018

I get paid 10.00 hourly and will be receiving a 4% raise how much will I be making hourly now

95. tysha July 18, 2018

we had an increase in pay of 2.3 % of our 18.00 hourly . what is this toatsl unsure of mine thank you

96. Rodney Floyd July 19, 2018

I get paid 11.50 an hour I just got a 6% raise. How much did my raise go up

97. JOSIMAR MAGALLANES October 17, 2018

i get paid 10 now but i got an offer with another company offering me 25 how much percentage increase is that?

98. Toni Jones November 8, 2018

15.00 PAY PER HR.
THE INCREASE IS 3% OF THAT. WHAT IS MY NEW HOURLY WAGE?

99. Jessica S November 19, 2018

If i make 9.51\$ an hr. And i got a 1.5 raise, how much will my new hourly rate be?

100. Mark December 1, 2018

if i make \$18.00 per hour now and my new pays \$22 per hour what is my increase in percentage?

101. Laura January 10, 2019

Can you tell me how much I’m making now? I started at 9.25 and then got a 5% increase.

102. Rachel M Klatt January 11, 2019

If I start with \$50,000 annual salary, and receive a 4% per year pay raise, what will I be earning after 16 years?

103. Cierra March 8, 2019

I only make 9.25 hr. My job wants me to enroll into my 401k, is that something i should do? And how much would 6% of my pay will that be?. I’m lucky to get 30hrs a week right now until summer gets here, but even if i do get 40hrs in a week how much will that be then in my 2 week pay?.

104. Amelia April 15, 2019

I make 13.50 and was awarded 19.50% pay increase. How much will I nake

• Lindsay Sommers April 17, 2019

You will Multiply \$13.50 X .195 to get your pay increase. 13.50 X .195 = \$2.63 pay increase. \$13.50 + \$2.63 = \$16.13/hr

105. Pat June 17, 2019

I make 35,000 a year and received a 2% raise how much is that

• Lindsay Sommers June 18, 2019

You would multiply your annual salary by the decimal value of 2% (0.02). 35,000 x 0.02 = 700. This is a \$700 increase of your annual salary. 35,000 + 700 = 35,700 annually.

106. Silvia H Sanchez July 11, 2019

Hi,
I make \$23.95 per hour and I got offer \$5000 increase in a year. How much increase will that be per hour?

Thank you,
Silvia

• Lindsay Sommers July 11, 2019

Hi Silvia. Assuming you work the expected 2080 hours a year, and with \$23.95/hour, you make about \$49,816 (\$23.95 x 2080 hours= 49,816) without a tax decrease. Now, all you have to do is add your annual income to your increase. \$5,000 + \$49,816= \$54,816 a year without a tax decrease.

107. Larrie July 22, 2019

I’m getting a 4% increase and I make 31.95

• Lindsay Sommers July 25, 2019

If that is the case, you will multiply the decimal value of 4% by 31.95. 0.04(raise) X 31.95(current hourly pay) = 1.278 Increase. Add the increase to your current wage and you will get 32.228 per hour

108. Steven lunn September 26, 2019

Could you please explain what a pay raise of 4.5% over 9 months mean

• Lindsay Sommers October 3, 2019

If you spread out 4.5% over 5 months, you will get about a 0.5% raise every month for 9 months. For example, let’s say you’re getting paid \$10 an hour and you want to know how much you’ll be making next month with your 0.5% raise. You will multiply \$10 by 0.005 (the decimal value of 0.5%), and you get a total of 0.05. This means next month you will get paid \$10.05.

109. Savannah November 21, 2019

Good morning,

I need help figuring this out. currently at \$20.00 with a 15% increase.

Thank you!

• Lindsay Sommers November 22, 2019

Hi, you will need to multiply your hourly wage by the decimal value of 15%, and then add the total to your current hourly wage. \$20.00 X .15= \$3.00 increase. \$20.00 + \$3.00 = \$23.00 per hour

Hi. Can someone help me calculate this average hourly rate for me please:

Salary: \$80,000.00
Hourly rates: \$28, \$22, \$22, \$18, \$20, \$12, \$12, \$12, \$15, \$15, \$12
Average hourly rate:

• Lindsay Sommers December 16, 2019

First off, the hourly wage for an employee who earns \$80,000 a year is ~\$38.46 per hour. The average of the hourly rates you provided are calculated by adding all of the numbers together and dividing the total by the amount of digits you provided. 28+22+22+18+20+12+12+12+15+15+12= 188. 188/11= 17.09. The average hourly rate is \$17.09.

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112. joe dirt March 12, 2020

u people don’t even know what you u are even talking about all y’all did was calculate it and payed someone to get the answer for you little kids

113. Ashley M April 16, 2020

If I was working for \$7.20 per hour and got a 25% rais what would my pay be now

• Lindsay Sommers April 17, 2020

First, you need to multiply your currently hourly rate by the decimal value of the percentage (\$7.20 X 0.25= 1.8). Then, add the value to your hourly wage (\$7.20 + 1.8= \$9.00). Your new hourly wage is \$9.00 an hour.

114. Adja ba April 24, 2020

If I have an increase of 3.1% on my raise and it is now 8.00 dollars what was my previous salary

• Lindsay Sommers April 28, 2020

First, you’ll need to multiply your current hourly wage by the decimal value of your raise (\$8.00 X 0.031= 0.248). Next, you’ll subtract the new decimal value from your current hourly wage (\$8.00 – 0.248= 7.752). Your previous hourly wage was \$7.752/hour

115. Felicia Makor June 4, 2020

After receiving a rise of 5% of my previous wages.i now earns \$800. What will be my previous wage?

• Lindsay Sommers June 17, 2020

If you earn \$800 a week now, your original pay rate was \$761.90.

116. Cindy Mosesso July 26, 2020

I make 13.51 a hour and got a one lump sum of 203.73 for the year how much do I make now???