2021 Minimum Wage Increases

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2021 Minimum Wage Increases

As of January 1, 2021, several US states increased their minimum wage rate. Please note, however, that some cities or municipalities may have a minimum wage rate even greater than their statewide rate.

Below outlines effective wages for states where the rate will be changing.

Alaska: $10.34

Arizona: $12.15

Arkansas: $11.00

California: $14.00 (26 or more employees); $13.00 (Fewer than 26 employees)

Colorado: $12.32

Connecticut: $13.00 (effective 8/1/2021)

Delaware: $10.25

Florida: $10.00 (effective 9/30/2021)

Illinois: $11.00

Maine: $12.15

Maryland: $11.75 (15 or more employees); $11.60 (14 or fewer employees)

Massachusetts: $13.50

Michigan: $9.87

Minnesota: $10.08 (Large employers – gross receipts greater than $500,000); $8.21 (Small employers)

Missouri: $10.30

Montana: $8.75

Nevada: $8.75 (effective 7/1/2021); $9.75 (for employees not offered health insurance)

New Jersey: $12.00; $11.00 (seasonal and fewer than 6 employees)

New Mexico: $10.50

New York: $12.50 (effective 12/31/2020)

Ohio: $8.80 (Large employers)

Oregon: $12.75 (effective 7/1/2021)

Rhode Island: $11.50

South Dakota: $9.45

Vermont: $11.75

Virginia: $9.50 (effective 5/1/21)

Washington: $13.69

Washington, DC: $15.00

 

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