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What you should charge for a part-time job (should u risk it!)

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Chilli
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What you should charge for a part-time job (should u risk it!)
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Okay, I'll just literally break down a pretty generalized, optimistic vs bleakest Hakwan cost over a year, first:-

  • Hassle- 2 million won for owner of full-time employee(time taken up by extra work caused by full-time worker- worry and extra unseen cost (dinners, visa run, others)
  • Recruitment and advertising-  1- 2 million won
  • Housing about 7 million without deposit money
  • Flights- 2m
  • Pensions and health- 1.5m
  • Severance 2.3m
  •  Salary at 2.3= 27m

The total is about 40 m at worst

So let's say at its best it is 35 million

If we work out at 120 hour month- 5x 6 hours x 4 weeks

At best the Hakwan cost is 24 per hour

Worst = 27 per hour

 

Based on this loose assessment, here are my recommendations:-

 

 

less than five hours a week- 40 per class hour

more than five hours a week- 35 per class hour

more than 10 hours a week- 30 per class hour

more than 15 hours a week - 27 per class hour

more than 20 hours a week- 25 per class hour maybe

Wouldn't go lower.

 

(a class hour is 50 plus 10 minutes of break)


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