As of 2014, there are two states with the same lowest minimum wage. These states are Wyoming and Georgia at 5.15 dollars.
Minimum wage is a federal law - every state has to have a minimum wage.
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.
As of February 2008, Washington has the highest minimum wage of all 50 states, with California, Massachusetts and Oregon close behind. Kansas has the lowest minimum wage, but 5 states have no minimum wage enacted under state law. In these states, the current federal minimum wage applies for most jobs. Out of the entire country, states or cities, Santa Fe has the highest minimum wage.
No, minimum wage differs from state to state and jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
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 lowest amount anyone can be paid is what ever the current federal minimum wage is. As of June 2014 the federal minimum wage is $7.25 an hour.
The lowest wage an employee is allowed to be pay.
The minimum wage in the state of Delaware is $7.25 an hour.
Minimum wage is $8.07 an hour in WA state.
The minimum wage in the state of Hawaii is $7.25 an hour.
Alabama does not have a state minimum wage law.
The minimum wage for the state of Maine is $7.50 an hour.
Minimum wage is determined individually by state. In order to find out what the current minimum wage in your state is, contact the US Department of Labor, which keeps track of all minimum wage law updates.
You must pay employees a minimum wage.The minimum wage is the lowest amount of money you can legally pay someone.The company was shut down for paying migrant workers below the minimum wage.
The average minimum wage in the United States is different state by state. Minimum wage varies from $7.25-$8.00 an hour. The last time laws were changed on minimum wage was in 2009.
No. Jobs can start at many different wage levels. The minimum wage is just the lowest start point by law.
National minimum wage is currently set at $7.25 per hour. However, minimum wage is set at the state level and thus varies from state to state. There are initiatives in place to raise the minimum wage in 2013.
The minimum wage is determined by the state. In the state of North Carolina, the minimum wage for both full and part time individuals is $7.25.
Minimum wage isn't established by age, it varies from state to state.
They sort of override each other, in that you have to pay the higher of the two. In other words, the state can set a higher minimum wage than specified by federal law, and in that state you must pay the state minimum wage instead. A state could hypothetically establish a minimum wage that was lower than the federal one, but you'd still have to pay the federal minimum wage anyway.
Washington state has the highest minimum wage - $8.55 per hour.
the minimum wage was 1.40 per hour for most employees in California in 1967