Minimum wage rates for every state for 2020 Overtime Working Hour Cutoffs by State

Overtime pay, also known as time-and-a-half pay, is a special pay rate of 1.5 times the normal hourly rate that must be paid paid to many hourly employees when they work over a certain amount of time in a given day or week. Overtime is mandated for covered employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), as well as by many state labor departments.

Minimum-Wage.org maintains a database of state overtime cutoffs and laws for your reference. You can also see Federal overtime regulations, and learn more about overtime pay here.

2020 minimum wage rates by state 2020 State Overtime Laws

State Name Overtime Minimum Wage Weekly Overtime Hours Daily Overtime Hours
Alaska $15.29 / hour 40 hours / week 8 hours / day
Arizona $18.00 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Arkansas $15.00 / hour 40 hours / week 12 hours / day
California $19.50 / hour 40 hours / week 15 hours / day
Colorado $18.00 / hour 40 hours / week 12 hours / day
Connecticut $16.50 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Delaware $13.88 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Florida $12.84 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Illinois $13.88 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Maine $18.00 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Maryland $16.50 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Massachusetts $19.13 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Michigan $14.48 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Minnesota $15.00 / hour 48 hours / week N/A
Missouri $14.18 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
New Jersey $16.50 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
New Mexico $13.50 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
New York $17.70 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Ohio $13.05 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
South Dakota $13.95 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Vermont $16.44 / hour 40 hours / week N/A
Washington $20.25 / hour 40 hours / week N/A

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