18 States Just Raised The Minimum Wage For 2018. Is Yours On The List?

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According to the Labor Law Center, 18 different states raised their minimum wage between December 31 and January.

While some raised were minor due to inflation, others were significant as part of a progressive effort to provide a living wage to all workers in the United States.

Is your state on the list?

ALASKA

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Before: $9.80

Now: $9.84

Tipped minimum wage: Doesn't apply.

ARIZONA

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Before: $10

Now: $10.50

Tipped minimum wage: Yes, it increased from $7.00 to $7.50.

CALIFORNIA

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Before: $10.50 (large employers), $10 (small employers)

Now: $11 (large employers), $10.50 (small employers)

Tipped minimum wage: Doesn't apply.

COLORADO

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Before: $9.30

Now: $10.20

Tipped minimum wage: Yes, it increased from $6.28 to $7.18.

FLORIDA

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Before: $8.10

Now: $8.25

Tipped minimum wage: Yes, it increased from $5.08 to $5.23.

HAWAII

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Before: $9.25

Now: $10.10

Tipped minimum wage: Yes, it increased from $8.50 to $9.35.

MAINE

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Before: $9

Now: $10

Tipped minimum wage: Stays the same at $5.

MICHIGAN

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Before: $8.90

Now: $9.25

Tipped minimum wage: Yes, it increased from $3.38 to $3.52.

MINNESOTA

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Before: $9.50 (large employers), $7.75 (small employers)

Now: $9.65 (large employers), $7.87 (small employers)

Tipped minimum wage: Doesn't apply.

MISSOURI

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Before: $7.70

Now: $7.85

Tipped minimum wage: Yes, it increased from $3.85 to $3.93.

MONTANA

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Before: $8.15

Now: $8.30

Tipped minimum wage: Doesn't apply.

NEW JERSEY

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Before: $8.44

Now: $8.60

Tipped minimum wage: Stays the same at $2.13.

NEW YORK

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Before: $11 (New York City non-fast food workers, large employers), $10.50 (New York City non-fast food workers, small employers), $10 (Long Island and Westchester non-fast food workers), $9.70 (upstate non-fast food workers), $12 (New York City fast food workers), $10.75 (fast food workers elsewhere)

Now: $13 (New York City non-fast food workers, large employers), $12 (New York City non-fast food workers, small employers), $11 (Long Island and Westchester non-fast food workers), $10.40 (upstate non-fast food workers), $13.50 (New York City fast food workers), $11.75 (fast food workers elsewhere)

Tipped minimum wage: Doesn't apply.

OHIO

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Before: $8.15

Now: $8.30

Tipped minimum wage: Yes, it increased from $4.08 to $4.15.

RHODE ISLAND

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Before: $9.60

Now: $10.10

Tipped minimum wage: Stays the same at $3.89.

SOUTH DAKOTA

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Before: $8.65

Now: $8.85

Tipped minimum wage: Yes, it increased from $4.33 to $4.43.

VERMONT

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Before: $10

Now: $10.50

Tipped minimum wage: Yes, it increased from $5 to $5.25.

WASHINGTON

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Before: $11

Now: $11.50

Tipped minimum wage: Doesn't apply.

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