You give us management a bad name, that or your not even management. " i think the second option"
Well if you WERE management you would state how often your pay cycle is and not just per month. Most if not all companies in north America don't do a pay scale per month "unless under contract limited by the agreement". I'm not even going to mention/bring up the question of how your "salary" gets effected by short months or leap years. Nor am i going to ask how many days / hours are you required to work per pay period.
But to answer your idiotic question a 7th grader " or anyone with access to a calendar" you would follow this simple calculation.
" number of days per month" / salary = pay
note since your obviously not in a position to even garnish that type of wage i wont even factor into the calculation required hours of work for your compensation - days taken off due those days off. Nor am i going to EVEN think about calculating your hourly wage as you don't have a grasp on simple pay scales.
number of days per month A
days taken off B
Wage per day D
(8K x 12)/(52 x 5) = ans
12 Mon per year, 52 weeks per year, 5 days per week
Note 3 Months = 13 weeks
Above method is used to calculate an hourly wage based on a given salary when they are charged to a 3rd party. For example a contractor charging time to a government contract. Note: a TRUE salary does NOT have a daily wage/hourly wage as this salary is paid if you work a 20 hour week OR a 60 Hour week. Most true salary staff are expected to work MORE than a 40 hour work week!!! - NO extra for overtime.
Well the salary of a person depends on the type of job profile he had. I am a computer hardware engineer and I am earning about 20000 USD dollars in Washington.
You can check other jobs in washington online and you can check whether you are earning good amount of money or not.