Throughout the nation, many Individuals will ring in 2018 with a elevate.
On December 31 and January 1, the minimal wage will go up in 18 states and about 20 cities and counties, based on an analysis by the Nationwide Employment Legislation Venture.
In some circumstances, the will increase put workers nearer to a $15 an hour minimal wage, or what staff’ rights advocates name the “residing wage.”
In New York state, the minimal wage for quick meals staff outdoors New York Metropolis will rise from $10.75 to $11.75 over the weekend. It can hit $15 an hour by July 2021.
Nyiasha Colon, a 20-year-old who works at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Rochester, New York and at present makes $11.50 an hour, stated she’s trying ahead to the rise, even when it is small.
“There’s issues out right here which can be costly, and you’ll’t afford [them],” stated Colon, who not too long ago joined the Struggle for $15 motion to foyer for increased wages. “I haven’t got a coat for the winter or boots for the winter, and I take the bus.”
In some areas, wages are going up, however stay nearer to the federal minimal wage of $7.25 an hour. Congress hasn’t voted to boost the minimal wage in more than a decade.
In Missouri, for instance, the minimal wage will rise from $7.70 an hour to $7.85 an hour in 2018, a slight uptick stated to account for inflation.
Here is the place staff will see their pay rise within the new 12 months, and the way a lot they’re going to start to make.
Alaska: $9.84 an hour
Albuquerque, New Mexico: $8.95 an hour
Arizona: $10.50 an hour
Bernalillo County, New Mexico: $8.85 an hour
California: $11 an hour for companies with 26 or extra workers; $10.50 an hour for companies with 25 or fewer workers
Colorado: $10.20 an hour
Cupertino, California: $13.50 an hour
El Cerrito, California: $13.60 an hour
Flagstaff, Arizona: $11 an hour
Florida: $8.25 an hour
Hawaii: $10.10 an hour
Los Altos, California: $13.50 an hour
Maine: $10 an hour
Michigan: $9.25 an hour
Milpitas, California: $12 an hour
Minneapolis, Minnesota: $10 an hour for companies with greater than 100 workers
Minnesota: $9.65 an hour for companies with annual gross income of $500,000 or extra; $7.87 an hour for companies with annual gross income of lower than $500,000
Missouri: $7.85 an hour
Montana: $8.30 an hour
Mountain View, California: $15 an hour
New Jersey: $8.60 an hour
New York: $13 an hour for traditional New York Metropolis companies with 11 for extra workers; $12 an hour for traditional New York Metropolis companies with 10 or fewer workers; $11 an hour for traditional staff in Lengthy Island and Westchester; $10.40 for traditional staff in the remainder of New York state; $13.50 for quick meals staff in New York Metropolis; $11.75 for quick meals staff in the remainder of the state
Oakland, California: $13.23 an hour
Ohio: $8.30 an hour
Palo Alto, California: $13.50 an hour
Rhode Island: $10.10 an hour
Richmond, California: $13.41 an hour
San Jose, California: $13.50 an hour
San Mateo, California: $13.50 an hour for traditional companies; $12 an hour for nonprofits
Santa Clara, California: $13 an hour
SeaTac, Washington: $15.64 an hour for hospitality and transportation workers
Seattle, Washington: $15.45 an hour for companies with 501 or extra workers that do not provide medical advantages; $15 an hour for companies with 501 or extra workers that do provide medical advantages; $14 an hour for companies with 500 or fewer workers that do not provide medical advantages; $11.50 an hour for companies with 500 or fewer workers that do provide medical advantages
South Dakota: $8.85 an hour
Sunnyvale, California: $15 an hour
Tacoma, Washington: $12 an hour
Vermont: $10.50 an hour
Washington state: $11.50 an hour
CNNMoney (New York) First revealed December 29, 2017: 6:29 AM ET
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