What Salary Equals $19.05/Hour?

If you make $19.05 an hour, how much do you make per year?
Hourly Wage
$
Hours per Week
Weeks per Year
If you work 40 hours a week, 50 weeks a year:
$19.05 per hour =
$38,100 per year
($762 per week)
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19.05 dollars an hour is what per year?
It depends on how many hours you work, but assuming a 40 hour work week, and working 50 weeks a year, then a $19.05 hourly wage is about $38,100 per year, or $3,175 a month.
Is $19.05 an hour good pay?
It's a little below average. We estimate that only 39% of workers in the United States earn less than $19.05/hour.
Median Hourly Wage by Profession - United States
May 2022 data. Source
Profession Wage
Doctors (General Practice) $103.11
Dentists $76.70
Lawyers $65.26
Pharmacists $63.82
Air Traffic Controllers $63.58
Physician Assistants $60.58
Software Developers $54.90
Actuaries $54.80
Mathematicians $53.90
Veterinarians $49.64
Civil Engineers $43.24
Psychologists $41.02
Registered Nurses $39.05
Accountants $37.50
Police Officers $31.64
Flight Attendants $30.65
High School Teachers $29.98
Electricians $28.96
Plumbers $28.89
Insurance Agents $27.82
Head Chefs $27.17
Clergy $26.71
Mail Carriers $26.08
Profession Wage
Real Estate Agents $25.01
Firefighters $24.85
Undertakers $24.79
Carpenters $24.71
Librarians $24.63
Bus Drivers $24.47
Prison Guards $23.85
Machinists $23.32
All Occupations $22.26
Secretaries $21.19
Models $20.74
Construction Laborers $19.59
Photographers $19.31
Preschool Teachers $17.79
Bank Tellers $17.49
Butchers $17.25
Security Guards $16.71
Barbers and Hairdressers $16.06
Cooks $14.86
Taxi Drivers $14.75
Nannies $13.71
Cashiers $13.58
Fast Food Workers $13.43
Median Hourly Wage by U.S. State
May 2022 data. Source
State Rank Wage
Alabama 47 $18.50
Alaska 4 $25.00
Arizona 25 $21.77
Arkansas 49 $17.92
California 9 $23.91
Colorado 8 $24.16
Connecticut 5 $24.90
Delaware 19 $22.67
Florida 37 $19.62
Georgia 31 $20.62
Hawaii 12 $23.35
Idaho 40 $19.26
Illinois 16 $22.83
Indiana 34 $20.24
Iowa 28 $21.32
Kansas 35 $20.13
Kentucky 39 $19.32
Louisiana 45 $18.74
Maine 24 $21.84
Maryland 6 $24.72
Massachusetts 1 $28.10
Michigan 22 $21.88
Minnesota 11 $23.44
Mississippi 50 $17.36
Missouri 32 $20.34
State Rank Wage
Montana 33 $20.29
Nebraska 29 $21.20
Nevada 38 $19.62
New Hampshire 14 $23.04
New Jersey 7 $24.56
New Mexico 42 $19.19
New York 3 $25.23
North Carolina 36 $20.10
North Dakota 17 $22.79
Ohio 26 $21.52
Oklahoma 44 $18.80
Oregon 15 $22.97
Pennsylvania 20 $22.02
Rhode Island 10 $23.73
South Carolina 46 $18.69
South Dakota 43 $19.17
Tennessee 41 $19.20
Texas 30 $20.90
Utah 27 $21.38
Vermont 18 $22.75
Virginia 13 $23.22
Washington 2 $27.08
West Virginia 48 $18.16
Wisconsin 21 $21.95
Wyoming 23 $21.85
$19.05 / hr - Inflation Adjusted
Year Wage
2022 $17.89
2021 $16.72
2020 $16.49
2019 $16.13
2018 $15.82
2017 $15.50
2016 $15.18
2015 $15.07
2014 $14.96
2013 $14.74
2012 $14.48
2011 $14.07
2010 $13.86
2009 $13.49
2008 $13.48
2007 $12.95
2006 $12.63
2005 $12.21
2004 $11.83
2003 $11.61
2002 $11.34
2001 $11.17
2000 $10.80
1999 $10.52
1998 $10.35
1997 $10.18
1996 $9.85
1995 $9.61
1994 $9.36
1993 $9.11
1992 $8.85
1991 $8.59
1990 $8.09
1989 $7.73
1988 $7.41
1987 $7.09
1986 $7.02
Year Wage
1985 $6.76
1984 $6.50
1983 $6.26
1982 $6.03
1981 $5.54
1980 $4.92
1979 $4.35
1978 $3.99
1977 $3.74
1976 $3.56
1975 $3.33
1974 $2.97
1973 $2.73
1972 $2.64
1971 $2.55
1970 $2.42
1969 $2.28
1968 $2.18
1967 $2.11
1966 $2.04
1965 $2.00
1964 $1.98
1963 $1.95
1962 $1.93
1961 $1.91
1960 $1.89
1959 $1.85
1958 $1.82
1957 $1.77
1956 $1.72
1955 $1.71
1954 $1.73
1953 $1.71
1952 $1.70
1951 $1.60
1950 $1.51
1949 $1.55
Year Wage
1948 $1.50
1947 $1.38
1946 $1.17
1945 $1.14
1944 $1.12
1943 $1.08
1942 $0.99
1941 $0.91
1940 $0.90
1939 $0.90
1938 $0.92
1937 $0.90
1936 $0.89
1935 $0.86
1934 $0.85
1933 $0.84
1932 $0.94
1931 $1.03
1930 $1.10
1929 $1.10
1928 $1.11
1927 $1.14
1926 $1.15
1925 $1.11
1924 $1.11
1923 $1.08
1922 $1.11
1921 $1.25
1920 $1.21
1919 $1.06
1918 $0.88
1917 $0.74
1916 $0.66
1915 $0.65
1914 $0.64