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The Federal Minimum Wage remains the same at $7.25 an hour.
If your State's Minimum Wage is higher than Federal, you must comply with the State's Minimum Wage.

 

Below are the States with Minimum Wage changes as of 1/1/2017


Alaska - $9.80 
Arizona - $10.00 
Arkansas - $8.50 
California - $10.00 for small employers; 10.50 for large employers 
Colorado - $9.30 
Connecticut - $10.10 
Florida - $8.10 
Hawaii - $9.25 
Maine - $9.00 
Maryland - $9.25 (as of July) 
Massachusetts - $11.00 
Michigan - $8.90 
Missouri - $7.70 
Montana - $8.15 
New Jersey - $8.44 
New York - Varies across state from $9.70 to $11 (as of 12/31/16)* 
Ohio - $8.15 
Oregon - $10.25 (as of July) 
South Dakota - $8.65 
Vermont - $10.00 
Washington - $11.00

The Cities in each State below have new Minimum Wages

California: 
Cupertino - $12.00 
El Cerrito - $12.25 
Los Altos - $12.00 
Mountain View - $13.00 
Oakland - $12.86 
Palo Alto - $12.00 
Richmond - $12.30 
Sacramento - $10.50 (large employers) 
San Diego - $11.50 
San Mateo - $12.00 
San Jose - $10.50 
Santa Clara - $11.10 
Sunnyvale - $13.00

District of Columbia: 
Washington, D.C. - $12.50 (as of July)

Iowa: 
Johnson County - $10.10 
Linn Country - $8.25 
Wapello County - $8.20

Maine: 
Portland - $10.68

New Mexico: 
Albuquerque - $8.80 
Bernalillo - $8.70 
Las Cruces - $9.20

New York: 
New York City - $11.00 (as of 12/31/16) 
Long Island and Westchester, NY - $10.00 (as of 12/31/16)

Washington: 
Seattle - $15.00 
SeaTac - $15.35 
Tacoma - $11.15


Along with the changes, you must post the revised minimum wage. You can find your State and Federal posters at
www.postercompliance.com. 

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