It's not a program you would use every day, but this super basic application breaks your salary down to what you make per second.
Realtime Earnings Counter is a simple .htm file that has a plain interface with no design to it at all. It doesn't require installation. It opens up in your browser window and doesn't have a help file, but requires no instruction to use. There's a field to enter your salary and a pull-down menu to select whether you want it to calculate at a normal rate, time and a half, or up to four times your regular wage. You can select from a handful of currency types and enter your regular work hours. Hit the Start Counting button and you can see how much you're making in real time. You have to leave the page open to keep the calculations going. Realtime Earnings Counter also shows what you make for the month and all increments down to the second. There's no way to save the data.
It requires no skill beyond entering a few fields and checking a few boxes. Realtime Earnings Counter is freeware, so if you're interested in breaking down your salary, and seeing the dollars add up, you can give it a try.
With this tool you can see earnings count up in real time. All you need to do is enter your salary, select a multiplier. For example: 1 for normal working time, 1.5 for time and a half overtime, select a currency, this can be left unchecked. Enter your weekly working hours, the number working days you work in a week, and the average hours that you work in a day, and click Start Counting.
You can also pause/resume the counter when taking a break, or reset it at any time. The program also displays earnings statistics, such as earnings per month, per week, per day, per hour, per minute, and per second.