# How Many Hours Am I Working? (Calculator)

**We’ve built two calculators to help you answer the question, “How many hours am I working?”**

In the first calculator, you’ll **enter a start and end date to determine all of your work hours in between.** Use this to answer the question, “How many hours have I worked?” on a standard schedule across multiple weeks or months. Click here to jump to the work hours calculator.

In the second calculator, you’ll enter **start and end times for one work week to calculate your weekly time card**. Use this to answer these questions: “How many hours did I work today?” and “How many hours am I working per week?” Click here to jump to the time card calculator.

## Work Hours Calculator

## Instructions For This Work Hours Calculator

Follow these steps to use the work hours calculator:

- Enter a start date.
- Enter an end date. By default, hours on this day will be counted as work hours.
- Enter the amount of work hours you work each day. The default is eight hours of work per day.
- Select the days you work. The calculator defaults to Mon-Fri, but can be adjusted for a four-day work week, seven-day week or other alternative schedules.
- Select holidays to exclude them from your work hours. This is the list of the current US federal holidays given each year.
**Select all holidays:**Click this option to exclude every US federal holiday from the work hours calculation.**Individual holidays:**Click individual listed holidays to exclude only those from the calculation.

- Decide if you’d like to include the end date in your calculation. It defaults to include the last day toward your hour count. Uncheck the box to exclude the final day from the calculation.

Hit “**Calculate**.”

**Scroll down to view the results in the green box below the calculator.** You’ll also see how many work days and how many work weeks are in the time period.

## Uses For The Work Hour Calculator

Answer the following questions with this calculator:

- “How many hours am I working monthly?”
- “How many hours have I worked between two dates?”
- “How many hours did I work last quarter?”

## Time Card Calculator

Day | Start | End | Break Time | Total |
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Total Hours: 0

## Instructions For The Time Card Calculator

Follow these steps to customize this weekly time card calculator:

- Enter an employee name (optional) if you’d like to print or save the time card later.
- Enter a time period (also optional). This is just a text field, so you can write whatever you’d like in here and it won’t factor into the calculation.
- Enter the time when you started working each day. It will popular 8 AM by default, but you can customize it.
- Enter the time when you stopped working each day. It will popular 5 PM by default, but you can customize it.
- Enter the amount of hours and minutes that were taken as an unpaid break, typically for lunch. This amount of time will be deducted from the total hours worked.

**The calculator will sum up working hours as you go**, so you can see the total increasing after each day you add data. You’ll see hours by day in the far-right column and a running total below the time sheet calculator.

## Uses For The Free Time Card Calculator

There are a number of reasons to calculate work hours for a week. Here are the questions you can answer with this tool:

- “How many hours did I work today?”
- “How many hours did I work this week?”
- “How many hours did I work with lunch breaks?”

## “How many hours am I working?” (Formula)

**To calculate your own work hours in a month or year** without a calculator tool, follow this formula:

**First, calculate work days**: Work days = Total days in a year – number of company holidays – weekend days**Then, calculate work hours**: Work hours = Work days * number of hours per work day