# How much does 14000 a year equate to hourly? Let’s say you work 40 hours a week and get paid \$14,000 a year. How much does that an hour? That almost sounds like not very much. But how do you know for sure? It’s tricky, because it’s not like you can just take your 14k and divide it by 40 hours to figure out what you get paid per hour.

That being said, there are ways to figure out what your wages equivocate per hour. And they aren’t as complicated as they might seem at first glance.
Below, we explain several different methods that can be used to determine how much money you make per hour.

## By Converting 14000 to the Decimal Equivalent

As humans, we’re naturally inclined to start from the beginning. So let’s begin by converting the annual salary (14000) to the decimal equivalent. Once we have that, we can plug it into a conversion chart to see what it equates to per hour.

In this example, we’ll be using the conversion table found below. To use the table, find the first set of numbers in the left-hand column. Then use the top row to determine the second set of numbers.

In this example, we’re looking for the hourly wage that corresponds to \$14,000. We go down to the 14,000 in the left-hand column, and then go across to the hourly wage that’s in the top row. So we go across to \$118.15. This means that the annual salary of \$14,000 equates to \$118.15 an hour.

### By Converting 14000 to An Equal Percentage

Next, let’s convert 14000 to an equal percentage. We’re going to use a percentage conversion chart to do this. All we need to do is figure out what percentage the annual salary is of \$80000. That will let us know the percentage that \$14,000 is of \$80000. Then we can use that percentage on the conversion chart to learn what \$14,000 is equivalent to per hour.

In this example, we’re looking for the percentage that corresponds to \$80000. We go down to \$80000 in the left-hand column, and then go across to the percentage that’s in the top row. So we go across to 0.9%.

This means that \$80000 is equivalent to 90% of \$80000. In other words, the annual salary of \$14,000 is 10% of \$80000. And since \$80000 is 90% of \$80000, we can conclude that 10% is equal to \$80000 divided by 90% which is \$80000 divided by 0.9 or \$76000. Since \$14,000 is 10% of \$76000, we can conclude that \$14,000 is equivalent to \$76000/\$14000 which is \$5166.67 per hour.

### By Dividing the annual salary by the equivalent hourly wage

This one is pretty straightforward. All we have to do is divide the annual salary by the equivalent hourly wage. Once we have the hourly wage, we can use that to determine how much money we make per hour.

In this example, we’re looking for the hourly wage that corresponds to \$14,000. We go down to the annual salary of \$14,000 in the left-hand column, and then go across to the hourly wage that’s in the top row. So we go across to \$118.15. This means that the annual salary of \$14,000 is equivalent to \$118.15 per hour.

### By Dividing 14000 by 52 Weeks and 360 Days

This one is almost the same as the method above, only instead of dividing by the hourly wage, we divide by the number of weeks and days in a year.

In this example, we’re looking for the equivalent annual salary that corresponds to \$14,000. We go down to the annual salary of \$14,000 in the left-hand column, and then go across to the equivalent annual salary that’s in the top row.

So we go across to \$23,636. This means that the annual salary of \$14,000 is equivalent to \$23,636 divided by 52 weeks and 360 days which is \$5083.33 per hour.

This article explained how to calculate your hourly wage when you’re paid a yearly salary. To do this, you first need to convert your yearly salary to the decimal equivalent. Next, you can convert the decimal equivalent to an equal percentage.

Once you have the percentage, you can use a conversion chart to determine what the hourly wage is. You can also divide the annual salary by the number of weeks and days in a year. This will tell you how much you make per hour.