STATE MINIMUM WAGES | 2016 MINIMUM WAGE BY STATE

New York became the second state to pass a new law that would raise the minimum wage in New York City to $15 per hour by the end of 2018. Washington D.C. followed suit, enacting a law to raise the minimum wage in the District to $15 per hour by July 1, 2020.
On April 4, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 3 into law. The new law increases the minimum wage to $15 per hour by Jan. 1, 2022, for employers with 26 or more employees. For employers with 25 or fewer employees the minimum wage will reach $15 per hour by Jan. 1, 2023. Increases may be paused by the governor if certain economic or budgetary conditions exist. Beginning the first Jan. 1 after the minimum wage reaches $15 per hour for smaller employers, the minimum wage is indexed annually for inflation.
Alaska $9.75
Arizona $8.05
Arkansas $8.00
California2 $10.00 (10-15)
D.C. $11.50
Florida $8.05
Georgia $5.15
Hawaii $8.50
Massachusetts $10.00
New Jersey $8.38
New York $9.00 (11-15)
Pennsylvania $7.25
Texas $7.25
Washington $9.47
West Virginia $8.75
Wisconsin $7.25
Wyoming $5.15
STATE MINIMUM WAGES | 2016 MINIMUM WAGE BY STATE

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