Think you know your hourly rate? Think again.
How much are you really making per hour? Probably less than you think.
It all comes down to your effective hourly rate – which is the rate you actually earn once you factor in all the extra hours you work (but don’t get paid for), plus the value of your benefits (or lack thereof).
Believe it or not, a typical relief vet charging $100 per hour is actually only making around $70 per hour when you factor in lost benefits and additional self-employment expenses.
And associates on pro-sal? Your benefits are valuable, but working like a dog is crushing your effective hourly rate. Our estimates are that you’re probably closer to $72 per hour.
Use our calculator to figure out your current effective hourly rate. We’d love to chat with you about what you discover.