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# I need help with the last two columns

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1. For each of the professions in the left column, calculate the annual pay based on full-time, year-round employment consisting of 2,000 hours a year (40 hours per week for 50 weeks each year). Record your calculations under "Annual income" in the table. Then, find the difference between each annual wage figure and both the poverty threshold and the median household income. If the difference is a negative number, record it as such.
 Hourly wage Annual income Difference between annual wage and federal poverty line Difference between annual wage and median household income Federal minimum wage \$7.25 Oregon’s minimum wage \$8.95 Average for all occupations \$23.87 Marketing managers \$51.90 Family-practice doctors \$82.70 Veterinary assistants \$11.12 Police officers \$26.57 Child-care workers \$9.38 Restaurant cooks \$10.59 Air-traffic controllers \$58.91

Data source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (2013)

Oct 10, 2019

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For the last two columns you will need the poverty threshold and median household income......you'll have to use what was given to you for these values or you will have to  look them up if they weren't given to you in this or another question....Sorry !

Oct 10, 2019
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I found (for 2013) that poverty line = 12119 for a single person

and MHI = 51939      Though I do not know if these are the values they want you to use, here is an example

first line    7.25 x 2000 = annul income = 14500     14500 - 12119 = \$2381 ABOVE poverty line   14500 - 51939 = 37439 BELOW MHI

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Thank you so much. I makes more sense now.

Jazminfun0128182  Oct 11, 2019