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What is the minimum wage in Texas?


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2013-09-20 12:26:34
2013-09-20 12:26:34

The minimum wage in Texas is $7.25 an hour, or $2.13 an hour for tipped employees.


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The minimum wage in Texas in 2006 was approximately 5.15 a hour. In 2014, the minimum wage in Texas is 7.25 a hour.

In Texas, the minimum wage for tipped employees is $2.13/hour.

Certainly, but not below the minimum wage.

There currently isn't a Texas minimum wage, so they follow the federal minimum wage... However, this does not apply to restaurants, who have no minimum wage that they are required to pay their servers. I currently make $2.15 an hour.. Sickening! I do believe that Texas will have a new minimum wage coming into affect Jan 09' There is a current minimum wage for servers and it is the Federal Minimum of $2.13 per hour. There was only an increase for those not in a server, waitstaff job.

minimum wage is minimum wage, it doesn't just change in one city Actually that is incorrect it depends on the place. Because I know Buc-ee's minimum wage is like 10-13 dollars an hour.

not much below minimum wage

The average wage in Texas in 1960 was about the same as it was for the rest of the country. Minimum wage was $1.00 per hour and the average yearly salary was around $4,400.

The minimum wage is $7.25, the same as federal minimum wage.

Minimum wage for all tipped employees in Tx is $2.13, however most places pay bartenders more per hour.

there was no minimum wage then:)

Minimum wage is a federal law - every state has to have a minimum wage.

The minimum wage in the state of Idaho is $7.25 an hour, the same as the federal minimum wage. This minimum wage was enacted in 2007.

The federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. Iowa may have a higher minimum wage, but it can't have a lower minimum wage.

Federal minimum wage was not established until 1938. There was no minimum wage in 1920.

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The minimum wage is $5.75

In MN the minimum wage is the minimum wage even if you get tips, so until minimum wage goes up, it will be $7.25 an hour.

Minimum wage laws did not appear until the 1910's. There was no minimum wage in 1890.

Yes Congress can regulate the minimum wage. Congress also created the federal minimum wage in 1938. The current minimum wage is $7.25.

7.25 Minimum wage is the lowest wage allowed by law. Most states have a minimum wage of $7.75 to $8.00 per hour.

There was no minimum wage in that era

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