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2024 Minimum Wage by City and State

Updated: Jan 3


2024 Minimum Wage by City and State

The following is a comprehensive list of 2024 Minimum Wage by City and State. The list includes some special districts in states but does not include all.


The list does not include the city/county minimum wages for California. The minimum wage rates may vary depending on the city/county where an employee resides/works in California. If you live in a county with a special minimum wage and do not see it listed, visit your district Department of Labor website to obtain accurate information.

2024 Minimum Wage by City and State:

State

2024 Change

- Effective 1/1/2023 Unless Noted

2023

Last Updated

DOL Website

Alabama

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Alaska

$11.73 (except individuals employed as school bus drivers, who shall receive at least two times the Alaska minimum wage)

$10.85

1/1/24

Arizona

$14.35

$13.85


1/1/24

Flagstaff, AZ

$17.40

$16.80

1/1/24

Arkansas

$11.00 (applicable for employers with 4 or more employees)

$11.00 (applicable for employers with 4 or more employees)

1/1/21

California

$16.00

$15.50

1/1/24

Colorado

$14.42

$13.65

1/1/24

Denver, CO

$18.29

$17.29

1/1/24

Boulder County, CO

$15.69


1/1/24


Edgewater, CO

$15.02


1/1/24


Connecticut

$15.69

15.00

1/1/24

Delaware

$13.25 (2024) $15.00 (2025)

$11.75

1/1/24

District of Columbia

$17.05 (1/1) $17.50 (7/1)

$17.00

1/1/24

Florida

$12.00 $13.00 (9/30/24)

$12.00

9/30/23

Georgia

$5.15 (Non-FLSA Covered Employers)

$7.25 (FLSA Covered Workers)

$5.15 (Non-FLSA Covered Employers)

$7.25 (FLSA Covered Workers)

7/24/09

Hawaii

$14.00

*Increasing Incrementally Through 2028

1/1/24

Idaho

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Illinois

$14.00

$13.00

1/1/24

Chicago, IL

$15.80 (applicable for employers with 21 or more employees)


$15.00 (applicable for employers employer with 4 - 20 employees)

$15.80 (applicable for employers with 21 or more employees)


$15.00 (applicable for employers employer with 4 - 20 employees)

7/1/23

Cook County, IL

$13.70

$13.70

7/1/23

Indiana

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Iowa

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

​Kansas

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Kentucky

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09


Louisiana

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

New Orleans, LA

$15.00 (Covered Employers)

$15.00 (Covered Employers)

1/1/23

Maine

$14.15

$13.80

1/1/24

Maryland

*increasing incrementally through 2024

$15.00

$13.25 (for employers with 15+ employees)


$12.80 (for employers with 14 or fewer employees)

1/1/24

Montgomery County, MD

$15.00 (50 or less employees) $16.70 (51+ Employees)

$14.50 (7/1/2023, 1-10 Employees)


$15.00 (7/1/2023, 11-50 Employees)


$16.70 (7/1/2023, 51+ Employees)


$15.00 (7/1/2023, 11+ employees and employer is tax exempt under 501(c)(3) OR 11+ employees and the employer provides 'home health services' and receives at least 75% of gross revenues through Medicaid)

1/1/24

Massachusetts

$15.00

$15.00

1/1/23

Michigan

$10.33

$10.10

1/1/24

Minnesota

$10.85 (For large employers)


$8.85 (For small employers)

$10.59 (For large employers)


$8.63 (For small employers)

1/1/24

Minneapolis, MN

$14.50 (100 or fewer employees) $15.57 (2024, 100+ employees)

$14.50 (7/1/23, 100 or fewer employees)


$15.19 (1/1/23, 100+ employees)

1/1/24

St. Paul, MN

$11.50 (Employers with 5 or fewer employees, increasing to $12.25 effective 7/1/2024)

$13.00 (Employers with 6 - 100 employees, increasing to $14.00 effective 7/1/2024)

$15.00 (Employers with 101 - 10,000 employees, increasing to $15.57 effective 7/1/2024)

$15.57 (Employers with 10,001+ employees)

$11.50 (7/1/2023, employers with 5 or fewer employees)


$13.00 (7/1/2023, employers with 6 - 100 employees),


$15.00 (7/1/2023, employers with 101 - 10,000 employees)


$15.19 (1/1/2023, employers with 10,001+ employees)

1/1/24

Mississippi

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Missouri

$12.30

$12.00

1/1/24

Montana

$10.30 Exception: Employers with less than $110,000 or less annual gross sales and is not covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act can pay $4.00 per hour

$9.95 (Employers with less than $100,000 or less annual gross sales can pay Federal minimum wage.)

1/1/24

Nebraska

*increasing incrementally through 2026

$12.00

 $10.50 (for employers with 4 + employees)

1/1/24

Nevada

$10.25 (7/1/2023, for employees whom qualifying health benefits have been offered/made available)  $11.25 (all other employees) $12.00 (All Employers, 7/1/2024)

$10.25 (7/1/2023, for employees whom qualifying health benefits have been offered/made available)


$11.25 (7/1/2023, all other employees)

1/1/24

New Hampshire

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

New Jersey

$15.13 (employers with 6 or more employees) $13.93 (employers with 5 or fewer employees)

$14.13

1/1/24

New Mexico

$12.00

$12.00

1/1/23

Santa Fe County, NM

$14.03

$12.95

3/1/23

New York

$16.00 (NYC, Long Island, Westchester) $15.00 (other NY Workers)

$14.20 (All other NY Workers- effective 12/31/2022)

1/1/24

North Carolina

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

North Dakota

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Ohio

$10.45 (2024)

$10.10

1/1/24

Oklahoma

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Oregon

$14.20 (Standard)


$15.45 (Portland Metro)


$13.20 (Nonurban Counties)

$14.20 (Standard)


$15.45 (Portland Metro)


$13.20 (Nonurban Counties)

7/1/23

Pennsylvania

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Rhode Island

$14.00

$13.00

1/1/24

South Carolina

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

South Dakota

$11.20

$10.80

1/1/24

Tennessee

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Texas

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Utah

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09

Vermont

$13.67

$13.18 (applies to employers with 2 or more employees)

1/1/24

Virginia

$12.00

$12.00

1/1/23

Washington

$16.28 SeaTac - $19.71

$15.74

1/1/24

Seattle, WA

$19.97 (Large Employers, 501+ employees) $19.97 (Small Employers, 500 or less employees, that do not qualify for the $17.25 minimum wage) $17.25 (Small Employers that pay $2.72/hour toward medical benefits or if employee earns $2.72/hour in tips)

N/A

1/1/24

​Tukwila, WA

$20.29 (Large Employers, 500+ Employees) $18.29 (Mid-Size Employer, 15-500 Employees) $19.29 (Mid-Size Employer, 15-500 Employees, 7/1/2024)

​$18.99 (Large Employers (500+))(7/1/2023)


$16.99 (Medsize Employeers (15-500)) (7/1/2023)

1/1/24

West Virginia

$8.75

$8.75

1/1/16

Wisconsin

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

4/30/18

Wyoming

$7.25 (Federal)

$7.25 (Federal)

7/24/09


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