Calculate your take home pay from your pro rata salary
The meaning of pro rata, or the definition of pro rata according to Cambridge Dictionary, is essentially to be paid in proportion of a fixed rate for a larger amount.
For example, you may be paid an annual salary of £25,000 pro rata - but you only actually work for part time, in which case you'll be paid a proportion of the £25,000 based on how much of the expected time you're actually working.
Use the pro rata calculator above to find out how it translates into take home pay.
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