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2024 Minimum Wage Updates

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2024 Minimum Wage Updates

By The Employer Group - Dec 12, 2023

As the end of the year approaches, many states have announced changes to their minimum wage laws effective January 1, 2024. The Federal minimum wage will remain $7.25 per hour. Below are the states that have updated their minimum wage:

Arizona: $14.35 per hour

Alaska: $11.73 per hour

California: $16.00 per hour

Colorado: $14.42 per hour

Connecticut: $15.69 per hour

Delaware: $13.25 per hour

Hawaii: $14.00 per hour

Illinois: $14.00 ($12 per hour for youth under 18) (working less than 650 hours per calendar year)

Maine: $14.15 per hour

Maryland: $15.00 per hour

Michigan: $10.33 per hour

Minnesota: $10.85 per hour for employers with at least $500,000 in gross sales and $8.85 per hour for employers with less than $500,000 in gross sales

Missouri: $12.30 per hour

Montana: $10.30 per hour

Nebraska: $12.00 per hour

New Jersey: $15.13 per hour for employers with six or more employees and $13.73 per hour for seasonal employees and employers with fewer than six employees

New York: $15.00 per hour for New York State and $16.00 per hour for New York City, Long Island, and Westchester County

Ohio: $10.45 per hour

Rhode Island: $14.00 per hour

South Dakota: $11.20 per hour

Vermont: $13.67 per hour

Washington: $16.28 per hour

*Note that certain cities and municipalities may have different wage requirements than state-required minimum wage.



This information does not constitute legal advice.

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