Minimum Wage Hikes Coming Jan. 1st In Many States Including MD, But Not In PA or WVA
  • A new year will mean a new wage for many workers in U.S. states.
  • As of January 1, 22 states will raise their minimum wages.
  • Per HuffPost, these states and wages are:
    • Alaska: $10.85 to $11.73
    • Arizona: $10.85 to $14.35
    • California: $15.50 to $16.00
    • Colorado: $13.65 to $14.42
    • Connecticut: $15.00 to $15.69
    • Delaware: $11.75 to $13.25
    • Hawaii: $12.00 to $14.00
    • Illinois: $13.00 to $14.00
    • Maine: $13.80 to $14.15
    • Maryland: $13.25 ($12.80 for small employers) to $15.00
    • Michigan: $10.10 to $10.33
    • Minnesota: $10.50 to $10.85 (large employers); $8.63 to $8.85 (small employers)
    • Missouri: $12.00 to $12.30
    • Montana: $9.95 to $10.30
    • Nebraska: $10.50 to $12.00
    • New Jersey: $14.13 to $15.13
    • New York: $15.00 to $16 (New York City area); $14.20 to $15 (Upstate)
    • Ohio: $10.10 to $10.45
    • Rhode Island: $13.00 to $14.00
    • South Dakota: $10.80 to $11.20
    • Vermont: $13.18 to $13.67
    • Washington State: $15.74 to $16.28
  • Florida, Nevada, and Oregon will reportedly have wage increases later in 2024.

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