Sillybutt100
  • Sillybutt100
Phyllis Reagan's job pays $46,350 plus 24% of wages in benefits. She estimates that her yearly job expenses are $2,256. A job she has been offered pays $49,750 with these estimated benefits:$3,980 in pensions, $450 in free parking, $1,080 in paid vacation, $1,560 in paid holidays, $2,100 in health insurance, and $400 in tools. The job has expenses of $2,624. What are her current job's net job benefits? What are the other job's net job benefits? Which offers the greater net job benefits? How much greater?
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Lauren32583
  • Lauren32583
current job 55,218 other job's 56,696 the other job offers more, $1,478
Sillybutt100
  • Sillybutt100
but i also need to know how to solve the problem
Lauren32583
  • Lauren32583
ok so you have a total pay of 46350 you would then add 24% (because in the problem it says plus 24% of wages) then you would subtract the expenses because that is what you are paying for which is $2256 so the equation would look like this: $46,350+.24-$2,256

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Lauren32583
  • Lauren32583
then you take the two totals and subtract biggest from smallest to get how much greater.
Lauren32583
  • Lauren32583
@CShrix can you check this to make sure its right
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Lauren32583 Your initial numbers are correct. Current Job:\[\sum_{}^{}Benefits=$46,350+0.24($46,350)-$2,256=$55,218\] Next Possible Job: \[\sum Benefits=$49,750+$3,980+$450+$1,080+$1,560+$2,100+$400\]\[-$2,624=$56,696\]
Sillybutt100
  • Sillybutt100
Thank you!
anonymous
  • anonymous
You are welcome :)

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