Very Helpful “Minimum Wage By State And 2019 Increases” from Paycor

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Paycor’s summary table of state minimum wage requirements is:

State 2018 Minimum Wage 2019 Minimum Wage
Alabama $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum) $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum)
Alaska $9.84 $9.89
Arizona $10.50 $11.00
Arkansas $8.50 $9.25
California $11.00* $12.00*
Colorado $10.20 $11.10
Connecticut $10.10 $10.10
Delaware $8.25 $8.75 (current); $9.25 (effective October 1, 2019)
Washington D.C. $13.25 $13.25 (current); $14.00 (effective July 1, 2019)
Florida $8.25 $8.46
Georgia $5.15 (Employers subject to Fair Labor Standards Act must pay the federal minimum wage.) $5.15 (Employers subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act must pay the $7.25 Federal minimum wage)
Hawaii $10.10 $10.10
Idaho $7.25 $7.25
Illinois $8.25 $8.25
Indiana $7.25 $7.25
Iowa $7.25 $7.25
Kansas $7.25 $7.25
Kentucky $7.25 $7.25
Louisiana $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum) $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum)
Maine $10.00 $11.00
Maryland $10.10 $10.10
Massachusetts $11.00 $12.00
Michigan $9.25 $9.25 (current); $9.45 (effective April 1, 2019)
Minnesota $9.65** $9.65**
Mississippi $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum) $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum)
Missouri $7.85 $8.60
Montana $8.30 $8.50
Nebraska $9.00 $9.00
Nevada $8.25 $7.25***
New Hampshire $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum) $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum)
New Jersey $8.60 $8.85
New Mexico $7.50 $7.50
New York $10.40 $11.10**** (statewide)
North Carolina $7.25 $7.25
North Dakota $7.25 $7.25
Ohio $8.30 $8.55
Oklahoma $7.25 $7.25
Oregon $10.25 $10.75 (current); $11.25**** (statewide, effective July 1, 2019)
Pennsylvania $7.25 $7.25
Rhode Island $10.10 $10.50
South Carolina $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum) $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum)
South Dakota $8.65 $9.10
Tennessee $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum) $7.25 (Federal, no state minimum)
Texas $7.25 $7.25
Utah $7.25 $7.25
Vermont $10.50 $10.78
Virginia $7.25 $7.25
Washington $11.50 $12.00
West Virginia $8.75 $8.75
Wisconsin $7.25 $7.25
Wyoming $5.15 (Employers subject to Fair Labor Standards Act must pay the federal minimum wage.) $5.15 (Employers subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act must pay the $7.25 Federal minimum wage)

*$12.00 rate is for California employers with 26 or more employees. Employers in California with 25 or less employees have a minimum wage of $11.00 per hour.

**$9.86 rate is for large employers. Small employers have a minimum wage of $8.04 per hour.

***$7.25 rate is for Nevada employees who are offered health insurance. $8.25 rate is for Nevada employees who are not offered health insurance.

****Statewide minimum wages apply in areas that are not governed by a higher, local minimum wage ordinance. New York City and Portland Metro are examples of areas which have local minimum wage rates that exceed the statewide minimum.

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