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2023 State Minimum Wage Rates

By December 1, 2022July 14th, 2023No Comments

What is my state’s minimum wage?

This chart represents state and local minimum wage increases that have and will happen in 2023. Please note that pending future legislation may change more minimum wages this year.

Alabama Hawaii Michigan North Carolina Utah
Alaska Idaho Minnesota North Dakota Vermont
Arizona Illinois Mississippi Ohio Virginia
Arkansas Indiana Missouri Oklahoma Washington
California Iowa Montana Oregon West Virginia
Colorado Kansas Nebraska Pennsylvania Wisconsin
Connecticut Kentucky Nevada Rhode Island Wyoming
Delaware Louisiana New Hampshire South Carolina
District of Columbia Maine New Jersey South Dakota
Florida Maryland New Mexico Tennessee
Georgia Massachusetts New York Texas


State or Locality

Minimum Wage Rate

Notes and Future Scheduled Increases (effective January 1, 2023 unless noted otherwise)

Alabama $7.25
Alaska $10.85
Arizona $13.85
Flagstaff $16.80
Tucson $14.25
Arkansas $11.00
California $15.50 Listed rate is for employers in California with 26 or more employees. Employers in California with 25 or fewer employees will have a minimum wage of $14.00 per hour.
Alameda TBD
Belmont $16.75
Berkeley $16.99 Effective July 1, 2022
Burlingame $16.47
Cupertino TBD
Daly City $16.07
El Cerrito $17.35
Emeryville $17.68 Effective July 1, 2022
Fremont TBD
Half Moon Bay TBD
Hayward $16.34 with 26 employees or more; $15.50 with fewer than 26 employees
Los Altos TBD
Los Angeles TBD
Malibu $15.96 Effective July 1, 2022
Menlo Park TBD
Milpitas TBD
Mountain View TBD
Novato TBD
Oakland TBD
Palo Alto TBD
Pasadena TBD
Petaluma $17.06 with 26 employees or more
Redwood City TBD
Richmond TBD
San Carlos TBD
San Diego $16.30
San Francisco $16.99 Effective July 1, 2022
San Jose TBD
San Leandro TBD
San Mateo $16.75
Santa Clara TBD
Santa Monica $15.96 Effective July 1, 2022
Santa Rosa $17.06
Sonoma $17.00 large employers; $16.00 small employers
South San Francisco TBD
Sunnyvale TBD
Colorado $13.65
Denver TBD
Connecticut $14.00 Effective June 1, 2023
Delaware $11.75
District of Columbia TBD
Florida $11.00 Effective September 30, 2023
Georgia $7.25
Hawaii TBD
Idaho $7.25
Illinois $13.00
Chicago TBD
Cook County $13.35 Effective July 1, 2022
Indiana $7.25
Iowa $7.25
Kansas $7.25
Kentucky $7.25
Louisiana $7.25
Maine $13.80
Portland TBD
Maryland $13.25
Howard $15.00
Montgomery County TBD
Massachusetts $15.00
Michigan TBD
Minnesota $10.59 Listed rate is for large employers. Small employers will have a minimum wage of $8.42 per hour. The 90-day training wage and youth wage will also be $8.42 per hour
Minneapolis TBD
Mississippi $7.25
Missouri $12.00
Montana $9.95
Nebraska $10.50
Nevada TBD Employees who do not receive company benefits: $10.50. Employees who are eligible for company benefits: $9.50.
New Hampshire $7.25
New Jersey $14.13
New Mexico $12.00
Albuquerque $12.50 Without benefits
Bernalillo County TBD
Las Cruces $12.00
Santa Fe TBD
New York $14.20 Listed rate is for most employers in New York State. The minimum wage for New York City is $15.00 for all businesses. The minimum wage for Long Island and Westchester Counties is $15.00.
New York City TBD
Long Island & Westchester TBD
North Carolina $7.25
North Dakota $7.25
Ohio $10.10
Oklahoma $7.25
Oregon TBD Listed rate is the standard state wage of $13.50 per hour. The minimum wage in the Portland Metro Area is $14.75 per hour and the minimum wage in Nonurban counties is $12.50 per hour.
Pennsylvania $7.25
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
Seatac $19.06
Seattle $18.69 with 501 or more employees
West Virginia $8.75
Wisconsin $7.25
Wyoming $7.25


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