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If a part time job is advertised with a salary "pro-rated"; what does that mean?

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BornToFolk Tue 16-Jun-15 13:51:38

I do understand what pro-rata is, honest! But I'm looking at a part time job for 22 hours, with a salary of c£15,000, pro-rated. So, would you read that as FTE is £15,000 or what the salary would actually be?

momb Tue 16-Jun-15 13:53:50

FTE is 15K, so if full time would be 40 hours for that job, your salary would be £8250 for 22 hours.

SecretSpy Tue 16-Jun-15 13:54:03

I would suspect it's £15k for full time, worth checking what they count as FT because in my sector they reckon 44 hrs a week is full time.--I disagree--

ThinkIveBeenHacked Tue 16-Jun-15 13:54:23

15,000 pro rata is of you were ft.

15,000 per annum would be if it was the actual wage for the 22 hrs.

Lj8893 Tue 16-Jun-15 13:54:26

Could it be a typo and mean pro-Rata?

diploddycus Tue 16-Jun-15 13:54:35

I think that means FTE is 15,000 otherwise they wouldn't say it's pro-rata. That's how I'd read it.

GooseyLoosey Tue 16-Jun-15 13:58:27

Agree - FT salary is £15k - probably for a 40 hour week. So you would divide 15,000 by 40 and multiply the result by 22 for the 22 hour rate.

This gives £8250.

BornToFolk Tue 16-Jun-15 14:02:26

Ah boo! Suspect you are all right though. sad

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