July 1st Minimum Wage Changes

Across America the minimum wage is increasing.  Make sure your company is prepared with our updated list of minimum wages in these key areas.

California (Local Changes)

California will not see a state wide increase on July 1st, but will see changes in specific 11 cities and industries.

  • Belmont Source
    • $11 -> $12.50 per hour
  • Emeryville  Source
    • Lower Than 55 Employees :
      • $14 -> $15 per hour
    • More than 55 Employees:
      • $15.20 -> $15.69 per hour
  • Hotel Workers in Long Beach Source
    • $14.35 -> $14.64 Per Hour
    • Minimum wage for all others will stay the same, this is due to Measure M
  • Los Angeles, Malibu, Pasadena and Santa Monica Source
    • Lower than 25 Employees
      • $10.50 -> $12 per hour
    • More than 25 Employees
      • $12 -> $13.25 per hour
  • Milpitas Source
    • $12 -> $13.50 per hour
  • San Francisco Source
    • $14 -> $15 per hour
  • San Leandro Source
    • $12-> $13 per hour

Connecticut (Industry Specific)

  • As of July 1st any employees working for state funded private agencies in group programs and day programs.
    • From $10.10 -> $15.00 Source

District of Columbia (District Wide)

  • Minimum wage district wide will increase for all employees unless they are tipped. Source
    • $12.50 -> $13.25 per hour
    • Tipped Employees : $3.33 to $3.89 per hour

Illinois (Local Changes)

  • Chicago Source
    • $11->$12 per hour
  • Cook County Source
    • $10 -> $11

Maryland (State Wide and Local)

  • State Wide Source
    • $9.25 -> $10.10 per hour
  • Montgomery County Source
    • Less than 51 Employees
      • $11.50 -> $12 per hour
    • Greater than 51 Employees
      • $11.50 -> $12.25 per hour

Minnesota (Local Changes)

  • Minneapolis Source
    • Less than 100 Employees
      • $10->$10.25 per hour
    • More than 100 Employees
      • $10->$11.25 per hour

North Carolina (Industry Specific)

  • State employees  Source
    • Minimum wage for some full time employees increases to $15 per hour
  • Durham Full-Time City Workers Source
    • Increasing from $14.15 -> $15 per hour

Oregon (Local Changes)

  • Portland metro urban growth boundary Source
    • $11.25 -> $12 per hour
  • Salem, Eugene that are not in rural counties
    • $10.25 -> $10.75 per hour
  • Baker, Coos, Crook, Curry, Douglas, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Jefferson, Klamath, Lake, Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa or Wheeler Counties
    • $10 -> $10.50 per hour

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