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I don't understand what this means -pro rata?

(9 Posts)

paneer Wed 23-Oct-13 20:17:55

on the flip, how do I work out what the full time rate is for...

If I take home, say £30k (before tax), for a 21 hour week and the full time week is 35 hours. (I obv. don't work in numbers)

SuperiorCat Wed 23-Oct-13 20:09:47

F/T can vary from 42 hours to 35 IME, so depends on the number of hours worked FT

Lonecatwithkitten Wed 23-Oct-13 20:08:32

As others have said, but to really know what their full time week is. In my business it's 40 hours.

paneer Wed 23-Oct-13 17:05:21


Twitterqueen Wed 23-Oct-13 16:55:21

Basically, you're working 25% of a normal working week of 37.5 hours. So your salary will be 25% of 33,481 which is around £8,370 per year

BellaVita Wed 23-Oct-13 16:52:11

Considerably less...

LIZS Wed 23-Oct-13 16:47:56

If the FT working week is 35 hours, prorata would be 9.5/35*£33481

paneer Wed 23-Oct-13 16:46:33


If a job is advertised at £33,481 PA INC PRO RATA and Working pattern:9.5 hours per week

What does that mean? How much each year? £33,481?? Or considerably less. I am so blush I dont understand this.

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