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Working hours in six months to a year

I usually try to look for how many hours I have worked on a given project and what hours that I  spend on learning or network management tasks. 

Below I have added some hours calculation, after finding the breakdown by months from Berkeley website.

 
Credit: http://controller.berkeley.edu/payroll/payroll-system-pps/pps-training-materials/number-working-hours-month

2017

Working hours six months (Jan 1st - Jun 30th): 
130 days x 8 hours =  1040 hours


Working hours six months (Jul 1st - Dec 31th): 
130 days x 8 hours =  1040 hours

Working hours for the year:
1040 hours + 1040 hours = 2080 hours
MonthWorking Days in the monthMonthly Working Hrs1/2 of working hrsMidpoint of working days in the monthDates of Holidays
January22176888 a.m. 1/172,16
February20160808 a.m. 2/1520
March2318492Noon 3/1631
April20160808 a.m. 4/17 
May2318492Noon 5/1629
June22176888 a.m. 6/16 
July2116884Noon 7/174
August2318492Noon 8/16 
September2116884Noon 9/154
October22176888 a.m. 10/17 
November22176888 a.m. 11/1610,23,24
December2116884Noon 12/1525,26,29

2018

Working hours six months (Jan 1st - Jun 30th): 
130 days x 8 hours =  1040 hours


Working hours six months (Jul 1st - Dec 31th): 
131 days x 8 hours =  1048 hours

Working hours for the year:
1040 hours + 1048 hours = 2088 hours
MonthWorking Days in the monthMonthly Working Hrs1/2 of working hrsMidpoint of working days in the monthDates of Holidays
January2318492Noon 1/161,15
February20160808 a.m. 2/1519
March22176888 a.m. 3/1630
April2116884Noon 4/16 
May2318492Noon 5/1628
June2116884Noon 6/15 
July22176888 a.m. 7/174
August2318492Noon 8/16 
September20160808 a.m. 9/173
October2318492Noon 10/16 
November22176888 a.m 11/1612
December2116884Noon 12/1724,25,31

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