Minimum Wage By State 2017

New 2017 Minimum Wage Rates Added
A record 19 states have raised their minimum wage in January 2017, with increases in 2 other states and the District of Columbia set for July 2017!

The following chart lists the state-set minimum wage rates for each U.S. State and territory. In any state with a minimum wage of lower then the current Federal Minimum Wage of $7.25/hr, the Federal Minimum Wage will take precedent.

For a visual representation of the applicable Minimum Wage across the states, visit the minimum wage map. For details on a specific state's current minimum wage rate and minimum wage factsheets, find your state in the list below.

Alabama $7.25
Alaska $9.80
Arizona $10.00
Arkansas $8.50
California $10.50
Colorado $9.30
Connecticut $10.10
Delaware $8.25
District of Columbia $11.50
Florida $8.10
Georgia $5.15
Guam $8.25
Hawaii $9.25
Idaho $7.25
Illinois $8.25
Indiana $7.25
Iowa $7.25
Kansas $7.25
Kentucky $7.25
Louisiana $7.25
Maine $9.00
Maryland $8.75
Massachusetts $11.00
Michigan $8.90
Minnesota $9.50
Mississippi $7.25
Missouri $7.70
Montana $8.15
Nebraska $9.00
Nevada $8.25
New Hampshire $7.25
New Jersey $8.44
New Mexico $7.50
New York $9.70
North Carolina $7.25
North Dakota $7.25
Ohio $8.15
Oklahoma $7.25
Oregon $9.75
Pennsylvania $7.25
Puerto Rico $7.25
Rhode Island $9.60
South Carolina $7.25
South Dakota $8.65
Tennessee $7.25
Texas $7.25
U.S. Virgin Islands $7.25
Utah $7.25
Vermont $10.00
Virginia $7.25
Washington $11.00
West Virginia $8.75
Wisconsin $7.25
Wyoming $5.15
Federal Minimum Wage $7.25


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