Job A pays $13.00 per hour but has health benefits. Job B pays $11.00 per hour. Health insurance costs $3,400 per year. You expect to work 2

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Job A pays $13.00 per hour but has health benefits. Job B pays $11.00 per hour. Health insurance costs $3,400 per year. You expect to work 2,000 hours during the year. Ignoring taxes, which job will leave you with more money at the end of the year?
a) Job A
b) Job B
c) Can’t tell

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Elliana 4 weeks 2021-09-27T06:29:50+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-27T06:31:48+00:00

    Answer:

    a) Job A.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Time, t = 2000 hours per year

    Job A:

    Salary = $13 per hour

    Job B:

    Salary = $11 per hour

    Healfh insurance = $3400 per year

    = $3400/2000

    = $ 1.7 per hour

    B:. Mb = $11 × 2000 = $22000

    Health insurance costs 3400$ per year so while we are working our job A we have: so $11.3 × 2000 = $22600. So on job A we earn $600 per year more than on job B.

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