$7.25 per hour
On April 4, California Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 3 into law. The new law increases the minimum wage to $15 per hour by Jan. For employers with 25 or fewer employees the minimum wage will reach $15 per hour by Jan. 1, 2023.
In 2016 New York and California became the first states to pass legislation that would gradually raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour in each state, followed by Massachusetts in 2018.
An amount below 100 means Montana is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means Montana , Montana is more expensive . Montana cost of living is 94.0.
|COST OF LIVING||Montana||United States|
The states that raised their wages at the start of 2020, or will later this year, include: Alaska , with an hourly increase from $9.89 to $10.19. Arizona , $11 to $12. Arkansas, $9.25 to $10. California, $12 to $13. Colorado , $11.10 to $12. Connecticut , $11 to $12 on Sept. Florida , $8.46 to $8.56. Illinois, $8.25 to $9.25.
In July 2019, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated that a $15 minimum wage would eliminate 1.3 million jobs. The CBO also forecast that such an increase would reduce business income, raise consumer prices, and slow the economy . The U.S. economy will be very weak throughout 2021.
In 2021 , the minimum wage is $11.75 for large employers and $11.60 for small employers, increasing at different increments to reach $15.00 in 2025 for large employers and in 2026 for small employers. $13.50 per hour, an increase of 75 cents.
|State||2020 Minimum Wage||2021 Minimum Wage|
|Alabama||$7.25 (Federal, no state minimum)||$7.25 (Federal, no state minimum)|
5 дней назад
Minimum hourly wage of workers in jobs first covered by
|Effective Date||1938 Act 1||1961 Amendments 2|
|Jan 1, 1976||$2.30||$2.30|
|Jan 1, 1977|
|Jan 1, 1978||$2.65 for all covered, nonexempt workers||$2.65 for all covered, nonexempt workers|
|Jan 1, 1979||$2.90 for all covered, nonexempt workers||$2.90 for all covered, nonexempt workers|
$13.78 per hour
$7.25 per hour
The living wage in the United States is $16.54 per hour, or $68,808 per year, in 2019, before taxes for a family of four (two working adults, two children), compared to $16.14 in 2018. The minimum wage does not provide a living wage for most American families.