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How much unemployment will I get if I make $1,000 a week?

Updated : September 15th, 2022

How much unemployment will I get if I make $1000 a week?

How much unemployment for $1,000 a week?

If you earn $1,000 per week, your benefit payment amount will depend on your state. Several criteria, including both income and recent work history, are taken under consideration when setting the amount of your weekly benefit payment. 

To help illustrate the differences between the U.S. states, here are some examples:

New York Unemployment Calculator
If you make $1000 per week in New York, your estimated weekly benefit is $504 for up to 26 weeks.

Nebraska Unemployment Calculator
If you make $1000 per week in Nebraska, your estimated weekly benefit is $440 for up to 26 weeks.

Colorado Unemployment Calculator
If you make $1000 per week in Colorado, your estimated weekly benefit is $618 for up to 26 weeks.

California Unemployment Calculator
If you make $1000 per week in California, your estimated weekly benefit is $450 for up to 26 weeks.

Select your state to calculate your weekly unemployment payment:

$1,000.00 a week is…

$1,000.00 a week (40 hours) Income
Hourly $25.00
Daily (8 hours) $200.00
Biweekly (80 hours) $2,000.00
Monthly (173 hours) $4,325.00
Quarterly (3 months) $12,975.00
Yearly (52 weeks) $52,000.00

How much is $1,000 per week?

Everybody loves getting a paycheck. When you log on to your banking app and see that direct deposit, or get a paycheck in the mail, life seems complete.

But then you have to pay your rent or mortgage. And then comes your car payment. Car insurance. Utilities. Groceries. Gas. Maybe a little leftover for a gym membership, Netflix, or the weekend.

When your next paycheck comes around, you feel like you’re back to square one. But with a little financial planning and planning, you can start to think about how much you actually make per hour.

$1,000 a week is how much per hour?

The answer to this question depends on who you work for. If you’re self-employed, you could theoretically work one hour a week or less placing the right stock trades or flipping a few items on eBay—and walk away with four figures in weekly profit. But if you’re like the average American in today’s workforce, you work around 40 hours each week. That means…

$1,000 / 40 = $25 per hour

This is not a bad amount of money to take home per hour. In order to really appreciate it, do a little comparison to minimum wage around the country. In Georgia and Wyoming, there are still some workplaces that can get away with paying just $5.15 per hour. In a handful of states like Alabama, the minimum wage is $7.25. Florida’s is $11, New York’s is $13.20, California’s is $15, and Washington D.C. is the highest at $16.10. In other words, earning $1,000 per week while working around 40 hours (or less) means you are already earning twice or even three times what most people around the country are earning on an hourly basis.

$1,000 a week is how much per month?

It’s great to know how much you’re making per hour to gauge the value of your work, and see if you think you could be doing better. Work smarter, not harder, as they say. But in terms of gauging your ability to keep up with monthly bills, it’s also useful to think about how much you’re making every month. To calculate this number you need to know how many hours you’re working per month.

40 hours per week x 52 weeks = 2080 hours annually

2080 hours annually / 12 months = 173 hours per week (on average)

Now that we know that, we can figure out your monthly income potential.

$25 per hour x 173 hours per week = $4,325 per month

$1,000 a week is how much per quarter?

For those readers who are not in sales, a quarter is a three month segment of the calendar year. And while your income may not be tied to performance metrics and similar stats, thinking about how much you make per quarter is still a useful way to think about your personal finances.

$4,325 per month x 3 months = $12,975 per quarter

One reason the average consumer should consider this number is because each quarter typically has its large expenses. The last quarter of the year is associated with the holiday season and its expenses. The spring quarter is often associated with home improvement, renovations, and perhaps money towards a down payment on a new home. The summer quarter may have some travel expenses or camp if you have school age children. Knowing your quarterly number helps you know if you can meet those extra expenses.

$1,000 a week is how much per year?

This is perhaps our simplest calculation: While you can work more or less than 40 hours, you can’t add weeks to the year.

$1,000 per week x 52 weeks = $52,000 annually

$1,000 a week is how much per day?

Let’s assume you work five days each week (hopefully Monday through Friday). If you’re working the classic 40 hour week, that’s 8 hours each day.

$25 per hour x 8 hours per day = $200 per day

$1,000 a week is how much biweekly?

Another simple calculation. If you’re getting paid every other week, you’re paycheck probably looks like this:

$1,000 per week x 2 weeks = $2,000 biweekly

Jobs That Pay $1,000 per Week

Teaching is one job that will pay around $1,000 per week in most states (although less in some and more in others). Many teachers enjoy their profession because they are passionate about learning, they enjoy working with kids, and they enjoy the stable career path afforded by education. In fact, some estimates suggest that the average teacher has around 14 years of classroom experience. Compare this to the fact that the average American might switch career paths as many as 10 to 15 times in their working life!

If teaching is not for you, there are plenty of other jobs that pay around $1,000 or more. If you have a background in art, design, writing, or programming, you have a variety of career paths at your disposal that can easily pay $1,000 per week or more. Web design, social media marketing, freelance writing, and graphic design are all paths that are calling your name. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit and like making your own paycheck, this can also become a career path with great flexibility in terms of scheduling.

Additionally, there is great flexibility in terms of earning potential. If you want to make $1,000 that’s fine…and if you want to make more than that, you can. A large part of it goes back to our initial question about how much you make per hour. If you are charging $25 per hour, spending an average of 5 hours on each project, and doing 8 projects per week, that’s your glass ceiling. But you can shatter that by charging more per project and working fewer hours, such as charging $200 instead of $125, and taking on 3 less projects per week. Figuring out how much you make per week, month, quarter, and year is the start of making more money with less work.

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