Minimum wage retail trade

Are The Effects of the Minimum Wage Starting To Show Up?

Seventeen states increased their minimum wages in 2014. Most of the changes happened early in the year, starting with New York increasing its minimum wage from $7.25 to $ per hour on New Year’s Eve 2013.

New York’s increase was joined by new higher minimums on January 1, 2014 in Washington ($9.32), Oregon ($9.10), Vermont ($8.73), Connecticut ($8.70), New Jersey ($8.25), Rhode Island ($8.00), Colorado ($8.00), Ohio ($7.95), Ohio ($7.95), Florida ($7.93), Montana ($7.90), Arizona . . .


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