The current federal minimum wage rate is $7.25 per hour. However, several states have adopted minimum wage rates higher than the federal rate. When both the state rate and the federal rate apply, employers must pay their employees the higher rate.
The following states have announced new minimum wage rates for 2023:
District of Columbia
Find important dates, helpful resources, and each state’s minimum wage changes here.
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