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2023 Minimum Wage Rates

2023 Minimum Wage Rates

The chart below lists the most up-to-date minimum wage rate per state. Employers are required to post the minimum wage as determined by the state and federal laws at all times for their employees. Minimum wage rates will increase as a result of CPI, Federal wage increase or cost-of-living accommodation.

State 2023 Current Rate Future Increases Update
Alabama $7.25
Alaska $10.85
Arizona $13.85
Arkansas $11.00
California $15.50
Colorado $13.65
Connecticut $14.00 $15.00 eff. 6-1-23
Delaware $11.75
District of Columbia $16.10 $17.00 eff. 7-1-23
Federal Contractor

$12.15 - EO 13658

$16.20 - EO 14026

Florida $11.00
Georgia $7.25
Hawaii $12.00
Idaho $7.25
Illinois $13.00
Indiana $7.25
Iowa $7.25
Kansas $7.25
Kentucky $7.25
Louisiana $7.25
Maine $13.80
Maryland $13.25
Massachusetts $15.00
Michigan $10.10
Minnesota $10.59
Mississippi $7.25
Missouri $12.00
Montana $9.95
Nebraska $10.50
Nevada $10.50 $11.25 eff. 7-1-23
$12.00 eff. 7-1-24
New Hampshire $7.25
New Jersey $14.13 $15.00 eff. 1-1-24
New Mexico $12.00
New York

$15.00 - Large Employers

$15.00 - Small Employers

$15.00 - Long Island / Westchester

$14.20 - Remainder of NY

North Carolina $7.25
North Dakota $7.25
Ohio $10.10
Oklahoma $7.25
Oregon

$13.50 - Standard

$14.75 - Portland Metro

$12.50 - Non-Urban

Pennsylvania $7.25
Puerto Rico $8.50 $9.50 eff. 7-1-2023
Rhode Island $13.00
South Carolina $7.25
South Dakota $10.80
Tennessee $7.25
Texas $7.25
Utah $7.25
Vermont $13.18
Virginia $12.00
Washington $15.74
West Virginia $8.75
Wisconsin $7.25
Wyoming $7.25