The minimum hourly wage in Florida in 2010 was $7.25, the federally mandated minimum. The tip credit was $3.02, making a minimum wage for tipped employees of $4.23 an hour.
The minimum wage for tipped employees in Florida is $4.23 as of July 2010.
The minimum wage waitresses have to be paid in Florida is $2.13
Florida's minimum wage at $6.79 is 16+% greater than the Federal minimum wage of $5.85 as of July 2008.
Florida's minimum wage in 2003 was $5.15 per hour. This was in line with the Federal Minimum wage at that time. It later exceeded the Federal Minimum wage in 2005.
The minimum wage in Florida is recalculated every year based on the federal Consumer Price Index. Florida's minimum wage increased to $7.79 an hour for 2013.
Florida minimum wage posters should have the state minimum wage information. An employer is required by law to post this information.
The Minimum Wage in Pennsylvania as of November 2010 is $7.25 per hour, the same as the national minimum wage There are currently no plans to raise the Pennsylvania minimum wage.
The minimum hourly wage in Florida in 2009 was $7.25, the federally mandated minimum. The tip credit was $3.02, making a minimum wage for tipped employees of $4.23 an hour.
As of 2012, server's wage in Florida is 4.65.
The minimum wage in Florida is $7.93 as of January 2014. This rate is adjusted regularly based on the rate of inflation.
Florida state minimum wage is $7.21 as of January first 2009