2014 Minimum Wage Increases
Beginning January 1, 2014 (unless otherwise noted), several states and cities will be raising their minimum wage. Please see the list below to ensure you are compliant with the wage laws in your state. Click each state or city name to see articles or announcements about their respective wage increases.
Arizona minimum wage will rise to $7.90.
California minimum wage to rise to $9.00 (effective 7/1/14).
Colorado minimum wage proposed to rise to $8.00.
Connecticut minimum wage will rise to $8.70.
Florida minimum wage will rise to $7.93.
Missouri minimum wage will rise to $7.50.
Montana minimum wage will rise to $7.90.
New Jersey minimum wage will rise to $8.25.
New York minimum wage to rise to $8.00 (effective 12/31/13).
Ohio minimum wage will rise to $7.95.
Oregon minimum wage will rise to $9.10.
Rhode Island minimum wage will rise to $8.00.
Vermont minimum wage will rise to $8.73.
Washington minimum wage will rise to $9.32.
California: San Francisco minimum wage to rise to $10.74.
California: San Jose minimum wage to rise to $10.15.
New Mexico: Albuquerque minimum wage to rise to $8.60.
Washington: SeaTac minimum wage to rise to $15.00.
Please contact GTM’s Household Employment Experts for more information.
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