For the purposes of personnel resource estimation, what is an individual worth? The answer may seem obvious. A full-time equivalent (FTE) or full-time employee is typically considered to be ‘worth’ 2000 hours of labor per year; calculated as the product of fifty, 40 hour work weeks.
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